Baggit launches new campaign with Shraddha Kapoor

Baggit launches new campaign with Shraddha Kapoor

MUMBAI: Focusing on gender equality and freedom of expression, bag and accessories brand, Baggit has launched its new brand campaign,  #PutItOnTheTable.

Focusing on women empowerment the campaign will capture the essence of the issue where women are reluctant to speak their minds because of their own hesitation and others interruptions or both. 

The campaign aims to change that by inviting women to put their thoughts on the table.  Led by their brand ambassador, popular Bollywood youth and style icon, Shraddha Kapoor, it will showcase instances where Baggit will encourage women to speak their mind. The series of TVCs and print campaigns leverages one of the most favoured accessories of a woman – a bag, to make a statement and encourage other women to be seen and make their voices heard.

The first in the series are 30 and 50 seconder TVC that will be launched across popular and niche channels. This will be supported by a diverse print campaign and an innovative digital campaign as well in the coming months. 

The Baggit team will also take up strategic hoardings across metros to add to the campaign. Catchy in-store branding will engage the customers on the ground. 

While the campaign has been conceptualised by Famous Innovations, the TVC has been shot by Curious Films and the print campaign has been shot by ace photographer Prasad Naik.

Baggit MD and chief design curator Nina Lekhi says, We have come a long way since the birth of Baggit. The campaign #PutItOnTheTable seeks to give a strong voice to our women express themselves. The innovative multimedia campaign launch will help us create a positive recall for the brand and keep up with the fast pace with which the brand is growing. Shraddha has very beautifully captured the message in the campaign. The initial response from our audience has been very encouraging and I look forward to bringing this campaign alive on the ground as well.”

Lekhi, also believes in taking risks. So while the rest of the category is still solely being driven by looks, Nina has chosen to give a new direction to the way the category is represented and we have grabbed the opportunity to change the conversation in the category.”

Baggit brand ambassador and actor Shraddha Kapoor adds, “In a world where women are changing the rules, the role of fashion is also changing. Fashion is no longer just an aesthetic requirement but is now a powerful expression of self and Baggit is one of the frontrunners that has captured this insight. The act of keeping the bag on the table is not just a statement but establishes ‘presence’. It asks women not to shy away or be hesitant to speak their mind. In my opinion, this is a sentiment that will echo very strongly with young Indians in the real world and I am really excited about my association with such a positive move by Baggit.”

Everyone has the right to an opinion, and everyone deserves to be heard. The new Baggit campaign #PutItOnTheTable”  represents this new thinking. One where there is no place for gender roles or power games and where everyone has the right to speak and express an opinion.

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