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Fashion app Voonik now launches ‘Mr Voonik’


New Delhi: Voonik, India’s largest and fastest growing fashion marketplace has announced the launch of Mr Voonik, a fashion app dedicated to men’s fashion. Mr Voonik will not only offer a wide choice of men’s clothing and accessories, but will also save shopping time for men with the highly coveted personalisation services that are a rarity in this segment.

Mr Voonik comes with a highly advanced style recommendation engine that promises to give a very relevant product selection to each consumer. Online stylists will help customers handpick the best clothes based on their body type, colour choice, budget and style preferences. With over one lakh products available on Mr Voonik already, the fashion marketplace is set to grow exponentially with plans of adding 1000 more brands within a month of launch.

Voonik CEO and Co-Founder Sujayath Ali said, “When we started Voonik some three years ago, we had a clear vision of becoming the country’s largest fashion destination. With over seven million app downloads and nine million registered users, we are amongst the fastest growing companies in the sector. But I feel this success is incomplete as we have not reached the other half of the fashion consumers, men.”

“So here we are, launching a dedicated fashion platform for men. With the launch of Mr Voonik, we are solving a big shopping problem for men. Now they will be able to see the clothes that suit their personality and buy without worrying about the price, and without having to spend a lot of time,” added Ali.

Whether you are a college student looking for funky cotton t-shirts or a corporate honcho in search of a well-tailored formal suit, Mr Voonik promises to cater to your every sartorial preference and will do so within your budget. If you still don’t believe it, ask the women around, for how much they love Voonik. (ANI)

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