15 December 2013

Happenings at "The Bombay Store"

I love Bombay Store! They somehow make me feel Culture-stricken like how people say love stricken? the very same way! The store has a feel to it; Indian-ess to the core. This post is dedicated to the recent happenings at one of my favorite store :)

Discover a New India. True India. The Bombay Store brings an Innovative range of products which are reflective of a perfect blend of Contemporary & Traditional Indian Culture.

The Bombay Store’s Launchpad initiative welcomed ‘Workshop Q’ – A home décor accessories brand that believes in reusing and upcycling with style.

‘Go Green’ this December with Home Décor Products handcrafted from reused and re-purposed Objects. Unique aesthetics in green design in the form of Trays, coasters, photo frames, mirror, lamps, clocks and a lot more eco-friendly decorative items with trail blazing design styles is there!

Highlights from the Launchpad collection

The Launchpad is still on till today; i.e. the 15th December 2013; at the Bombay Store,Fort, Mumbai

On the other note;

Show your support for the Asian Elephant with Elephant Parade Products and Merchandise!
In a first ever alliance, The Bombay Store has tied up with Elephant Parade®, an international social enterprise with a unique combination of art, business and conservation. The Bombay Store has become the first Indian retail brand to be associated with Elephant Parade. Elephant Parade conducts the world’s largest open-air art exhibition of decorated elephant statues that seeks to attract public awareness and support for Asian elephant conservation. Created by local and international artists, each elephant is a unique piece of art. 20% of Elephant Parade profits are donated to The Asian Elephant Foundation. The Asian Elephant Foundation then distributes monies raised to various projects and organizations in the 13 Asian range countries.

Effectively pertaining to its Corporate Social Responsibility, The Bombay Store has tied up with ‘Elephant Parade’ as their exclusive retail partner in India. Elephant Parade has already spread its wings to more than 10 countries with each open-air art exhibition gathering a lot of supporters.

The Founder of the Elephant Parade, Mike Spits quotes, “We are glad to be associated with a prestigious brand like The Bombay Store. I am sure we would be able to convert this initiative into a global movement in India too. Our open-air art exhibitions create millions of smiles and raise awareness of the need for elephant conservation. We are happy to be present in India through our merchandise at The Bombay Store. We are confident that we will create a lot of supporters for Asian Elephants in India.”

On this exclusive tie-up, Asim Dalal, MD, The Bombay Store, shares his views and quotes, “To be associated with Elephant Parade and their mission is an honor for us. It is our pleasure to associate ourselves with a global cause like Elephant Conservation. The unison seems apt as The Bombay Store’s logo too has an elephant. I will appeal to everybody to be part of this cause by buying the merchandise available at all the Mumbai outlets of The Bombay Store.”

The unique feature of this merchandise is the painting done on each elephant. Elephant with the name “Ganesh” is painted just like our favorite God Ganesha. Elephant named as “Miss India” depicts the beauty of Indian women painted on an elephant. The price range of these hand painted elephant starts from Rs.4000. Elephant Parade merchandise also includes – hand painted elephants in different sizes, trays, mugs, key rings, cotton bags etc. Big sized decorated elephants are also available for the other corporate firms to buy and support the initiative.

The complete Elephant Parade merchandise will be available at The Bombay Store outlets in Mumbai: PM Road, Fort, High Street Phoenix, Inorbit Mall – Malad and Inorbit Mall – Vashi.

Do visit and shop for this amazing Elephant Parade Merchandise collection!


Veena Vinyas said...

Go Green..

Megha Shrimali said...


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