Happy Creative Services' new #JustArrived campaign highlights Myntra as the ubiquitous destination for international fashion in India

Myntra TV.jpgMyntra, India's leading platform for fashion brands and pioneer in m-commerce play, announces the launch of a new International Brand campaign called '#JustArrived'. The campaign is aimed at showcasing Myntra as the go-to destination for the latest in global fashion from top international brands. Already known for being a 'house of best fashion brands', Myntra has further strengthened its portfolio by adding 25+ iconic international brands with over 11000 unique styles, available over the last 15 months.

Myntra Snapshot.jpgThe television commercial demonstrates style and fashion of top international brands by using a metaphorical Myntra airport setting where passengers (symbolic of the brands) have #JustArrived and are getting checked, stamped and welcomed warmly on the Myntra platform. The visuals are tantamount to a fashion show of the latest trends and collection of apparel, footwear and accessories, at the airport. The TVC is directed by Sachin Kotre, produced by Asylum Films and conceptualized by Happy Creative Services.

Naren Kaushik, Senior Creative Director, Happy Creative Services, said, "What Myntra does is deliver a lifestyle, that is carefully curated from some of the foremost brands of the world. An experience that is unique to Myntra. To mark that difference, we created a fresh looking campaign that tells the story of how the very best of international fashion has 'Just Arrived' through a surreal and colourful world of Myntra."

While most International brands are focused on Metros, there is a growing awareness and demand for international brands, not only from top cities but also from Tier II and III cities. However access to these brands continues to be a constraint. Currently, over 50% of revenue for international brands at Myntra comes from Tier II and III cities. Understanding the growing aspirations of Indians today, Myntra has been at the forefront of working with International Brands to help them launch, grow and become more accessible to the masses.

Myntra 2.jpgCommenting on the launch of the campaign, Gunjan Soni, CMO and Head of International Brands, Myntra said, "Myntra has over 8Mn fashion shoppers, who see us as a destination of choice for their favorite brands. By adding a wide range of International brands, we have further strengthened our Fashion leadership. With this campaign, we now want to bring the best of international fashion to the doorstep of every aspiring Indian, going beyond just the metros, and showcase our carefully curated International selection."

Recent additions have been iconic global brands such as M&S, Forever 21, Timberland & Jeep among others, being retailed online exclusively through Myntra platform. The company expects International Brands to account for 15 per cent of its revenues in the next 12-18 months as it adds more global labels to its portfolio which currently includes Ferrari, Harley Davidson, Cole Haan, DKNY, The North Face, Mango, Tommy Hilfiger and CK, to name a few.

Credits -
Chief Executive Officer: Kartik Iyer
Chief Creative Officer: Praveen Das
Chief Operating Officer: Siddhartha Roy
Director-Strategy: Phalgun Reddy
Group Account Director: Rohini Radhakrishnan
Group Account Manager: Russell Fernandes
Senior Creative Director: Naren Kaushik
Associate Creative Director: Varun Khullar
Creative Group Head-Art: Viraj Nandivadekar
Production House: Asylum Films
Sachin Kotre
Executive Producer: Bhavna Singh


Sachin Kotre said:

It would be great of you can correct the director's name

Sachin Kotre


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