Thursday, 5 November 2015

Planet Fashion turns 15 this year

Planet Fashion celebrated their 15th Anniversary and for the celebration, they showcased the menswear range at a star-studded Fashion Show at The Black Rabbit Indiranagar.


Planet Fashion completes 15 successful years of providing a superior retail experience and offering men a one-stop destination for all their apparel needs. On the occasion, Planet Fashion showcases their latest collection at a fashion show featuring Santosh CS – a Rally Biker and Behram Siganporia – the lead of the music band One Night Stand. The show, which is divided into 4 sections, offers the progressive Indian man a host of wardrobe solutions for all occasions.

Santosh, Behram and Actress Pavithra
Planet Fashion COO Puneet Kumar and Brand Head Rahul Jhamb
The Suit Collective: A stunning and endless gathering of Classic Suits, Tuxedos, three piece suits and Bandhgalas. The Suit Collective is a celebration of the groom, his friends and their wedding trousseaus.


All whites: Every white shirt you ever dreamed of having -from classic plain to textured stripes. An array of collars and cuffs to play with, the best white shirt leads this pristine offering.


Wrinkle Frees: Stay comfortable and stylish with easy and low maintenance everyday work wear range. The non-iron shirt from this collection can't be missed and deserves to be hunted down and pinned up!


Party Attire: The collection features shirts and jackets that get you in the groove much before your spirits end up high.


All these new collections are available from Planet Fashion’s stable of flagship brands Louis Philippe, Van Heusen and Allen Solly. Over the last 15 years, Planet Fashion has made men look good and fashionable and continues to make them look better with their hand picked collection of Suits, Jackets, Shirts, Trousers, denim and Accessories. Crafted on the principles of Formals, Fashion, Fun and Friends, Planet Fashion’s new brand identity is youth-centric and symbolizes infinite fashionable and stylish options for the progressive Indian man.