Japanese eyewear brand OWNDAYS opens 8th store in India
By Retail4Growth Bureau | September 09, 2021
The company has announced the launch of a new store in Delhi, along with other stores in Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Chandigarh.
Japanese eyewear brand OWNDAYS, one of the largest players in the fashion eyewear space, is now expanding its India footprint. The company announced the launch of a new store in Delhi, along with others in Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Chandigarh.
Currently, the company has a global presence of 350 stores spread across 12 countries including Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Cambodia. OWNDAYS’ India presence is in collaboration with GKB Opticals, which is a big name to reckon with in the Indian Eyewear Industry already.
OWNDAYS offers a range of around 1,500 styles from basic to functional, stylish, and fashionable eyewear for men and women starting at Rs. 2,990. With 24 brands under the parent company, OWNDAYS offers eyewear for children, young adults, millennials, and matured adults.
Speaking on the launch, Sanjay Malhotra, Business Head - India, OWNDAYS, said, “We are making great strides within India and extremely thrilled that our product has not even been loved by customers but is referred to as well to their friends and family. The demand for quality eyewear has never been this big before. People not only are price sensitive but quality conscious too and we meet that demand to ensure that a happy customer walks out of our doors, to come back again. The fact that we are opening new stores during covid environment justifies my statement above.”