Arrow Opens Swanky New Store on Bengaluru’s Commercial Street
Arrow Opens Swanky New Store on Bengaluru’s Commercial Street

Arrow, one of the leading professional menswear brands from the house of Arvind Fashions Limited, has launched a luxurious new store in the heart of the city’s Central Business District area in Tasker Town. 

Located at 54 Commercial Street, this sprawling 1,700 sq.ft. store reflects Arrow’s new global retail identity which emphasizes the brand’s rich American heritage, contemporary style, and New York point of view. The store is elegantly decorated with state-of-the-art fixtures, the brand’s signature gold A vector logo, and a bright aesthetic that adds to the overall premium look and feel. 


This new store will showcase the brand’s stylish new Autumn Winter ’22 line which includes exciting innovations like auto-press shirts, auto-flex trousers, engineered polos, sports lux shirts, dress chinos, and a premium range of suits and blazers.

Arrow has been instrumental in shaping menswear since 1851. It was launched in India in 1993 as one of the first premium international brands in the country. The brand currently has over 200 exclusive stores and is available in over 1000 multi-brand outlets in 109 cities across India. With the addition of this store, Bengaluru now hosts 15 exclusive Arrow stores. The brand is strategically increasing its footprint across cities, not just with standalone stores like this one but also with various multi-brand outlets and department stores. 

Suman Saha, CEO, of Arrow - Arvind Fashions Limited, said, “Bengaluru is known for being one of the most fashionable cities in India, and we are excited to have launched another store in Commercial Street. The store has a wide and varied collection to cater to all kinds of menswear occasions. Innovation, elegance, and comfort have always been at the core of our brand. At Arrow, we are deeply focused on living up to the expectations of the modern-day Indian customer.

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