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Top 5 Fast Fashion Brands You Need To Know

By Anandi Makhija

Updated - May 9, 20243 min read

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The fast fashion game is a fickle one. Brands need to be quick on their feet to keep up with the latest trends, or they'll be left behind. Here are the top 5 fast fashion brands in India that are always ahead of the curve:


1. H&M

H&M is the fast fashion brand that has the youngsters of India hooked on a feeling. With its trendy clothes and affordable prices, H&M is the perfect place to find the latest looks without breaking the bank. So whether you're looking to keep up with the latest trends or just want to look stylish on a budget, H&M is the place for you!


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2. Forever 21

Forever 21, the American fast-fashion brand that has seen its fair share of drama, is still one of the most popular in India. The brand has given the Indian audience a wide range of clothing and fashion accessories, from trendy dresses to statement earrings. But even though Forever 21 has had its ups and downs, one thing is for sure: it's never boring.


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3. Urbanic

Urbanic is like a breath of fresh air in the Indian fashion scene. It's bringing the latest catwalk trends to our shores at prices that won't break the bank. So if you're looking to step up your fashion game, Urbanic is the place to go. Just be warned, you're going to want to buy everything!


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4. Roadster

Myntra, the Indian fashion e-commerce site that calls itself an intelligent fast fashion brand, owns a fast fashion brand that specializes in an exclusive range of riding gear. So if you're looking for a stylish and affordable way to protect yourself from the elements while you're out on your bike, Myntra's got you covered.


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5. Zara

Zara is the one and only clothing label that the young people and the youth of the country can't seem to get enough of. It's like a Zara-palooza out there! This Spanish apparel shop is so popular, it's practically the biggest clothing retailer on the planet.


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