Delhi’s Upscale Greater Kailash Market Gets Its First Crocs Store

Crocs, the global footwear brand has launched its first ever store in one of South Delhi’s posh neighborhood. The store opened its doors at the upscale M Block market, which is a shopper’s paradise. With the launch of its new store, Crocs is now extending its presence at the most happening shopping destinations in the city.

 

Designed for the urban natives of Delhi, the Greater Kailash, M-Block market is a popular hub that offers lifestyle retail fashion brands, fine dining options and salons and spas. Occupying a premium space in Delhi, Crocs commenced operations from 14th April 2017 and will display a wide collection of flats, loafers, sneakers, flip flops, and Crocs’ signature trademark clogs. There will be a wide range of colors and sizes, for all age groups.

 

Brand Crocs constantly strives to elevate its brand visibility and fan base. The brand is now promoting their new campaign “Come As You Are” with John Cena, Drew Barrymore, Yoona and Henry Lau who will be serving as the global ambassadors for Crocs’ campaign that celebrates the uniqueness of individuals and inspire everyone to be comfortable in their own shoes.

 

On the opening of the new store in GK 1, Deepak Chhabra, M.D., Crocs India, says, “GK 1 market is one of the most trend-setting shopping destinations in Delhi. With a variety of other lifestyle brands in the market, Crocs will be the perfect fit to join the league in this upscale area of Delhi. With Crocs’ changing portfolio, we want to cater to large audiences who have various needs in terms of the footwear and having a store in this location will be a step towards achieving that.”

 

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