Their new collection significantly impacts biker fashion because it includes options such as cheap leather biker jackets for women, faux biker jackets for women, and punk biker jackets for women. These jackets combine the classic quality of genuine leather with modern design elements.
Hassan Bin Asif, CEO of Leather Oxide, praised the new line and said, “Leather Oxide has always stood up to the idea that fashion should be a personal statement. Our collection of women’s customizable biker jackets reflects this philosophy. We are allowing our customers to use their creativity to design jackets that are both beautiful and reflect their sense of style and identity.”
Their new addition offers practicality and protection for those who hit the road on two wheels. In addition to providing real leather jackets, they set themselves apart from the competition by offering the ability to choose between various leather types, colors, hardware options, and personal embroidery.
This variety ensures that each jacket reflects the wearer’s personality uniquely. These jackets prioritize safety and include modern protective features that meet the needs of riders while remaining fashionable.
The company’s creative pricing strategy, which cuts out extra expenses related to conventional retail models, shows this commitment.
They ensure customers receive superior products without paying the typical premium price by utilizing development and manufacturing, engaging in direct-to-customer sales, and implementing a just-in-time production model.
To explore Leather Oxide’s new customizable women’s biker jacket collection and create your one-of-a-kind biker jacket, visit https://leatheroxide.com/collections/biker-jackets-women
The Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution and Textiles, Shri Piyush Goyal has said that India’s leather industry should aspire to be No.1 in the world. Addressing the National Export Excellence Awards presentation ceremony of the Council for Leather Exports (CLE) here today, he said we are already the second largest leather industry in the world.
“I do feel very, very satisfied that you are aspiring to grow to at least $10 billion by 2025, though this still gives you only a growth rate of about 15-17%. Whereas looking at the potential of all of you,… I think we can look at even more ambitious targets,” Shri Goyal said, adding that the Kolhapuri Chappals alone can achieve $1 billion exports target.
Shri Goyal appealed the leather industry to be self-sufficient, ‘AatmaNirbhar’, and not wait for the Government to roll out schemes, give land (at subsidised rates), come out with a PLI. “All of these things, in my humble view, will hold back your progress.”
He assured Government will help the leather industry achieve the goals by setting up BIS Standards laboratories in close proximity to leather clusters.
“Your industry has been at the forefront of innovation, high quality products, design, good recognition in export, world markets,” said Shri Goyal.
Shri Goyal said India’s leather industry has the “competitive and comparative advantages” when compared to the rest of the world and aim to make ‘Made in India’ brand the hallmark of excellence.
“I think a lot of (high quality) produce does get made in India but is sold to the high mark-ups across the world through the branding exercises of some of these companies.”
Addressing the gathering, the Minister of State for Commerce & Industry, Smt. Anupriya Patel assured the Leather Industry of Government support in their innovation endeavours.
On the occasion the Ministers gave away the National Exports Award for the years 2019-20 and 2020-21.
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