This is a picture of the back cover of Comedian, TV host, Ellen DeGeneres book, named ‘Seriously…I’m Kidding.’ We all read books- and the back cover actually is pretty instrumental when it comes to deciding whether to buy that book or not. And let’s admit it, just reading something so different on the back cover of a book is intriguing enough, that one’s curiosity is piqued. Ergo, let’s buy that!
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Kit Kat, Hersheys, Snickers, MnMs, Cadbury, (okay… so we love chocolate), Pepsi, Coca Cola, Parle-G, Bournvita, Parachute Hair Oil, Complan, Tata Salt, Johnson’s Baby, etc. What do these names have in common? Everyone knows them, and what they stand for. Most of these are all items of daily use or for quick consumption- most, in India still can be brought for 50 Rs. Or less. But they are institutions that we have grown up with- just like our religions. We know them like a good friend who was with us and still is. They are BRANDS.
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These days, whenever one looks at the huge store front of the Vero Moda store, Mumbai, there is, almost always, a sale going on. With so many offers, discounts and an amazingly intuitive collection, Vero Moda offers affordable style to the modern Indian woman.
There are many international brands in the Indian retail market today- and yet, Vero Moda is one of the few that has queues outside on sale weekends, beginning from early in the morning- hours before the store actually opens. The atmosphere is like the entry to an elite club, complete with bouncers allowing one person inside at a time.
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