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Not So Serious opens first flagship store in New Delhi
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Apr '17
Brand:  Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan                                                                                                       

Company: Not So Serious Trading Private Ltd.

Location: Kalkadas Marg, Near Qutub Minar, Mehrauli, New Delhi

Area: 1200 sq ft

Product profile: The concept store resonates the soft aesthetic of the clothes and encapsulates the dreamy and whimsical spirit of the brand with the occasionwear, the signature pret line and the newest edition, kidswear. The kidswear comprises “mini me versions” of the couture line including sequined gowns, A-line dresses, skirts and crop tops.

Store design | Interiors & VM | Fixtures: This concept store has been conceptualised and designed by the architect Anica Kochhar with the narrative start of a garden, a walk away and pergola guiding a person through the clothes. The path leads to the verandah, reflecting the comfort of the home. Alice in Wonderland theme has been used to add twist to the narration of house concept of the store. 

About the company: Not So Serious, is a label by designer Pallavi Mohan. Since its establishment in 2007, the label has been displaying collections that merge western sensibilities with Indian ethos. Interesting mix of colors and combination of mix media with feminine sensibility is the essence of her label. Currently, the brand retails from leading stores in USA and UK as well as in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Goa and Jaipur in India. The store also has its presence online at Anthropologie.com, PerniasPopupShop.com, Exclusively.com and DateTheRamp.com.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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