William Penn reopens Koramangala store with new brands and features
Accessories and luxury stationery business William Penn has reopened its flagship store in Koramangala, Bengaluru with a range of new brands and features including a personalisation station.
William Penn reopened its newly decorated and stocked historic store with an event attended by Manipal Hospitals’ chairman Sudarshan Ballal as chief guest, the business announced in a press release on Monday. The store features an all new “ink wall” for trying out luxury pens and a “personalisation station” where customers can have their products personalised while they wait.
“We have come a long way since 2002, when we opened our doors to students and offices in Koramangala,” said Willam Penn’s managing director Nikhil Ranjan in a press release.
“We are excited to reopen the first ever William Penn store with a fresh outlook and over 50 globally renowned brands under one roof. The pandemic pushed everyone to lead a digital life; we look forward to reconnecting with our customers face-to-face and bringing back the simple pleasure of being able to see and hold products while shopping... Walking into this store should be both an indulgence and an intimate experience, and to that end, we are offering our clients the option of personalising their selections with text.”
The store’s new design has dedicated sections for a range of newly stocked brands, as well as a section for accessories with a range of leather briefcases, laptop cases, handbags, and rucksacks in a wide variety of colours. The store also has a selection of small leather goods including belts, wallets, and purses.
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