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Wrogn Virat brand in Jabong portfolio

MUMBAI: India’s leading online fashion portal Jabong has announced the addition of Virat Kohli’s breakaway fashion brand Wrogn to its product portfolio. The men’s fashionwear brand will be available in 450 variants.

Virat has been the highest run scorer for India for six years straight and was the fastest in the world to reach 25 centuries in ODIs. Jabong is known to have introduced a multitude of fashion and sports brands in India in the past such as TOPSHOP, TOPMAN, Dorothy Perkins, Missguided, Next, ASICS, ALCIS, Hummel, DC and New Era Caps to name a few.

Wrogn's launch will be supported by digital and social media campaigns including Virat’s selfie video announcing the brand’s launch on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. A separate Shop-In-Shop promotion will highlight the WROGN’s latest campaign images, videos, main categories & brand description on Jabong’s website & mobile app as well as the Jabong’s digital fashion blog. The top two highest spenders on the day of launch will be invited for a Meet & Greet with Virat Kohli while the remaining five highest spenders will receive merchandise signed by the Indian cricket captain.

Jabong chief business officer Rahul Taneja said, “We are pretty stoked to launch Wrogn on Jabong, which comes from a similar philosophy of being comfortable in your own skin, and therefore, is a great fit for Jabong’s core shoppers. Virat Kohli is a true Indian icon, especially amongst the youth and is a great example of rising above the ordinary by just being himself."
Jabong chief merchandising officer Kalyan Kumar Gunasekaran added, “Wrogn collection exudes candid and comfort fashion and allows one to carry their own style effortlessly. Each brand uniquely differentiates itself in its language, Wrogn for us is just the right click."

Universal Sportsbiz CEO & owner of Wrogn Anjana Reddy said, "Wrogn is one of the fastest growing men’s youth fashion brand in India, and we are excited to partner with Jabong and launch our latest SS’17 Collection."

Universal, under its brand ‘Collectabillia’, is every sporting enthusiast’s dream. Promoted by Reddy - a national level badminton player - and backed by the Accel Partners, of the Angry Birds and Facebook fame, Collectabillia aims to bridge the gap between celebrities and their ardent fans.

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