Childwear, the brand founded by actor-director and philanthropist Mao Sanbi, is relaunching in India.
Childwear’s Indian parent company, Maosi Group, will also sell the brand.
The brand will focus on child-friendly wear in India, where it was founded in 2005.
It has already expanded into a number of other categories, including accessories, children’s clothing, childrens toys and baby wear.
The company, which is based in Bengaluru, is owned by the Maos Group.
Childwear launched in India in 2014 and has grown to become one of the most popular child-focused brands in the country.
The new product line includes clothing for children under four and women, with more than 1.5 million units sold in the first half of this year.
India is one of several emerging markets in Asia where the brand is looking to build its presence.
It opened its first store in Mumbai earlier this year, and has opened a factory in Bengal and plans to open a second one in Bengal later this year in the city’s outskirts.
In India, Childwear is launching its new product lineup in Bengal, which includes children’s apparel, accessories and baby-friendly clothing.
The Bengal store is expected to open in late May.
“In India there is a demand for more clothing for kids.
The more children, the more we can cater to their needs,” said a spokesperson for the brand, who asked not to be named.
The brand will offer child-centric clothing in Indian cities such as Bengaluru and Mumbai.
Maosi has not yet announced when it will open a factory for its new factory in India’s third-largest city.
Sanbi also owns a number, including his own fashion label, and founded a number brands including the fashion company Mango, which he co-founded with the actor Akshay Kumar.
The Mango brand is best known for its colorful jackets and suits and for its apparel for women.
Cameron Campbell, a research analyst with the research firm IDC, said the company will likely see increased sales in India this year as the economy recovers.
This is one more way the Mao Group can grow in India with the backing of Maosu.
He also plans to make a push into child-oriented apparel and accessories in the next few years.
According to the brand’s press release, Child Wear will be available in a variety of styles, including child-appropriate clothing, as well as in more fashion-forward brands.
Child Wear is already available in the U.S., but will launch its India presence later this month.
Photo credit: Maossi Group