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FashionAndYou.com gets a new look

Introduces a trendy new interface with distinguishable categories for women, men, kids and home

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | July 4, 2012

Fashionandyou.com, the online leader in the fashion, luxury and lifestyle segment, has revamped its website. After the revamp, it claims to offer a breath of fresh air – for both new and old customers.

A press communiquĂ© from the company claimed that the website’s trendy new interface with distinguishable categories for women, men, kids and home, make it easier to search exactly what consumer wants. A helpful addition to the site is the mini “shop” that features trend driven sales which last longer and reach you faster.

Another exciting feature is the “Add to Waitlist” option that allows customers to add sold out items or brands to a waitlist and be alerted as soon as it’s back on sale.

“The new UI is more appealing and customer friendly. At fashionandyou.com our constant endeavor is to create a platform that reflects our commitment to provide world class shopping experiences for our members. We guarantee to increase customer satisfaction with these exciting new features.” said Trivikram Thakore, Marketing Director, fashionandyou.com.

Leaving no stone unturned, the new FashionAndYou delivers an exciting new shopping experience. In response to customer feedback, they have also added “sort filters” which enable users to search by price, size or category. What's more, access to this member’s only site is now easier with the ‘Login Lightbox’ where you can log in using your Facebook or Google account.

Saving the best for the last, the introduction of a Rewards Program that promises to reward you every time you shop! Getting into the program is easy and delivers a host of exclusive benefits including access to customized offers, special triple point days, the ability to create your very own wishlist and even a personal stylist.

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