Hameedia reopens their newly revamped Crescat Showroom

9 June 2017 11:21 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Marking another milestone in its style studded history Hameedia has revamped its showroom at Crescat Boulevard to mirror its eminence as the ‘most preferred and trusted men’s wear specialist in Sri Lanka’. The newly refurbished state of the art showroom bespeaks ofinternational standards and consists of a tasteful selection of home-grown and international brands alike. 

In celebration of the reopening, Hameedia Crescat has a promotional bundleoffer for their customers, entitling the customers for a 25% off on the key item within each bundle. Hameedia also has more exciting special offers in the form of gift vouchers in store for customers opting to shop at the newly revamped state of the art showroom at Crescat. 

Renowned for offering high quality custom tailoring and ready-made clothes for men, the Hameedia multi-brand retail stores house a collection of quality menswear brands including Le Bond, Envoy, Signature, Raymond, Lee and Adidas to name a few. Hameedia, synonymous with class and style, has been loyally serving the Sri Lankan fashion conscious gentlemen for over 68 years and their fashion forward ethos and commitment to excellence have always made them stand out as the most sought after menswear specialist in the country. 

Sharing his thoughts at the occasion Mr.Fouzul Hameed, Managing Director of Hameedia stated “Hameedia has always been in the forefront in the men’s fashion industry in Sri Lanka and we believe that fashion and style should be a reflection oftimes. We always rely on innovative concepts to reach out to our customers and this greatly helps us establish international standards within our brand. Hameedia Crescat is yet another effort at bringing international standards closer to home.”

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