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Hyderabad, 19th November 2019: India’s leading menswear brand, Indian Terrain has unveiled a new digital campaign on the occasion of International Men’s Day. Titled, ‘The Day Men Forgot’ the campaign has been conceptualized to encourage awareness of International Men’s Day among men and celebrate the ‘The Spirit of Man’.
International Men’s Day is celebrated on November 19th every year to spread awareness on the issues men quietly face on a global scale. However, unlike Women’s day, no special celebrations are held on this day. Further, most men themselves, are unaware of the day.
Through this campaign, Indian Terrain engaged with its primary target group of men to find out how many men remembered the day dedicated to them. The brand further created an organic buzz by engaging with its customers through social media wherein it encouraged men to talk about their proud moments. This resulted in good engagement with the brand’s followers. Additionally, Indian Terrain roped in fashion influencers, including a mix of men women to talk about the campaign and promote it among their followers, through engaging activities.
Mr. Charath Narsimhan – Managing Director & CEO, Indian Terrain Fashions Limited said, “Men often miss celebrating the things about being a man. Through our latest campaign around International Men’s Day, we wanted to encourage men to talk about and celebrate their achievements. Our recent campaign on celebrating the men who built the nation, featuring our brand Ambassador Mahendra Singh Dhoni was a huge success. This campaign has been created to continue our momentum in this direction, lauding the true ‘Spirit of Man’”.
The campaign was conceived and executed by Indian Terrain’s integrated advertising agency Brave New World.
Sraman Majumdar – Sr. Creative Director, Brave New World Agency commented, “It is more important than ever for menswear brands to rise above the fashion quotient and represent something real in people’s lives. While Men’s Day is a low key and often misinterpreted occasion, it was the perfect opportunity to start a conversation about self-worth and validation, without taking ourselves too seriously.”