Ximi Vogue opens outlet in Nadi

Ximi Vogue opens outlet in Nadi

By Antonio Rahiman
Thursday 19/05/2022
[Image: Supplied]

People of Nadi will get to experience new trends as Ximi Vogue fashion label enters the Fiji market with the opening of its first outlet at Prouds Downtown shopping complex in Nadi.

The label is a fast-fashion brand and specializes in categories such as health and beauty, exquisite bags, jewellery series and gift items to name a few.

Brand Director Bhupendra Patel says Ximi Vogue brings freshness to the lives of their customers by introducing new products with unique designs regularly.

Patel says the brand finds inspiration in nature and strives to establish a balance between the needs of the environment and human civilisation and by excluding unnecessary elements in its products, Ximi Vogue advocates for a return to nature.

Their new outlet in Nadi, now joins hands with the 2300 Ximi Vogue stores in 93 countries across the globe.

Patel adds while customers in Nadi will be the first to experience the Ximi Vogue range of products, plans are underway to open more stores across the country in the near future.


Credit Corp Fiji Care
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