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Aquatic Chic | Swimwear Collection
| July 2018
Make a splashing statement in the water with amanté latest swimwear collection that's designed to suit varied body shapes.
Lingerie Trend For Summer: Floral, Reversible and Neon
| April 2018
In the Summer season, its time to bring out those strapless dresses, halter necks and other flowy fabrics. From delicate lace to stylish necklines, your dresses can be worn with floral, reversible and neon lingerie, suggest experts.
amanté to open 100 new EBOs in five years; eyes Rs 140 crore revenue this fiscal
| September 21, 2017
Sri Lanka’s premium lingerie brand, amanté plans to tap one of the most attractive retail destinations globally – India. The Indian market represents a huge, untapped lingerie audience and in order to gain command over this unexplored ...
Lingerie brand amanté looks to expand portfolio in India
| September 17, 2017
Intimatewear brand MAS Brands, which sells products under amanté label, is scouting for acquisition opportunities in the Indian market and looking to have 100 standalone stores in the next 3 to 5 years to cater to different customer needs.
amanté sales soar by 30 per cent; to open 25 new stores in India by end 2017
| February 10, 2017
Sri Lanka’s premium lingerie brand amanté is keep to tap one of the most attractive retail targets globally – India. The Indian market represents a huge, untapped lingerie audience, something which lingerie makers are keen to take advantage of.
MAS Brands targets up to Rs 1,000 cr turnover by 2020 in India
| June 8, 2014
Sri Lanka-based lingerie firm MAS Brands, which sells products under amanté label in India, is targeting up to Rs 1,000 crore turnover by 2020 from the country by expanding its portfolio that would include acquisitions.
amanté: Aiming to be India’s No.1 Lingerie brand
| November 25, 2013
Owned by MAS Holding, lingerie brand amanté is already doing about Rs 50 crores turnover in retail. “We have been growing at 30 to 40 percent year-on-year. We will hit Rs 100 crores in the next few years,” says Vivek Mehta, CEO, MAS Holdings