Blackberrys, India’s leading premium menswear brand, enters Nepal

NL Today

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Kathmandu: Blackberrys, India’s leading menswear brand with a legacy of over 30 years of existence is all set to enter the Nepali market.  Blackberrys held an opening conference announcing the launch of two new stores in Civil Mall, Durbar Marg.

Both stores offer a wide assortment of Blackberrys range across suits, jackets, formalwear, casual wear, ethnic wear, footwear, accessories and much more.

The event also saw the unveiling of the season’s new arrivals for every occasion and to celebrate new beginnings. The new stores will showcase Blackberrys newest range of wedding collection, which is tailored to make men look impeccable and leave a lasting impression on their special days.  The exclusive range of suits, tuxedos, blazers, and ethnic wear is the perfect blend of sophistication and modernity.

From formal wear like trousers, suits, jackets and blazers, the brand also offers semi-formal and casual-wear offerings such as khakis, shirts, denim, T-shirts and innerwear, and even shoes and accessories.  The store also offers Brand’s newest category, Tech-Pro, an all-new range which offers unrestricted movement that keeps men effortlessly stylish and comfortable through its stretch ability, smarty dry and wrinkle resistant features.

With the launch of its two stores in Nepal, Blackberrys is poised to become one of the leading menswear brands in the country.

Speaking during the occasion, Nitin Mohan, Co-founder and Director of Blackberrys said: “Blackberrys is committed to partnering men to be loved by all and our new stores will truly enable this journey to make men look sharp and confident.” “Our consumers consider us as their ‘fit-experts’ as our products offer the perfect fit which have been loved for over three decades in India. Also, our customer-centric approach, unparalleled store experience makes us unique and we are confident that our new stores will provide Nepal with world-class products and experience,” he said.