The clothing and textile industry in India is very prominent. Additionally, the Indian clothing market is growing rapidly. Also, the industry caters a wide range of formal, casual and fashion garments. Nowadays, brands play an important role in a person’s socioeconomic status. Sometimes brands become the status symbols. As a result, people are becoming more fashion-conscious and spending more part of their income on branded clothes.

Bollywood also plays an important role, influencing the Indian market on a large scale. So the list that follows may vary from the rest you have seen, but this is common as the market itself is very volatile and subject to changes with the whims of the Indian folk.

Allen Solly

Allen Solly is an initiative of Madura Fashion & Lifestyle. Actually, it is a division of Aditya Birla Fashion and Lifestyle. Definitely, it is India’s largest and fastest-growing branded apparel companies and a premium lifestyle player in the retail sector.

The company’s brand portfolio includes product lines that range from affordable and mass-market to luxurious, high-end style. Additionally, it caters to every age group, from children and youth to men and women.


Basically, Provogue is a Mumbai based clothing retail company. The Provogue Brand was developed and launched in 1998 as a Menswear fashion range of contemporary clothing. Currently, the brand has a comprehensive collection of men’s and women’s fashion apparel and accessories and has won numerous awards throughout its history.

Park Avenue

Park Avenue provides stylish and innovative wardrobe solutions to well-dressed gentlemen. As India’s premium lifestyle brand, its designs embody the latest in international fabric, styling, color and fashion trends. Additionally, the brand won the ‘Best Design Concept’ of the Year Award for Innovative AUTOFIT Concept at Images Fashion Awards 2015.

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Van Heusen

Van Heusen, clothing brand owned by PVH. However, an initiative of Madura Fashion & Lifestyle. The brand is popular for formal clothing. Hence, Van Heusen is best for office or business attire.


Mufti was launched in 1998 with one driving ambition, to provide an alternative dressing solution, that didn’t conform to the ‘uniform’ codes of mainstream fashion. Basically, Mufti is a menswear brand. It also caters a wide range of dress materials. The list includes T-shirts, shorts, joggers, outerwear, blazers, and some accessories also.

Pepe Jeans

As the name defines, it is a denim and casual wear jeans brand. The company was founded in 1973 by three brothers who ran a weekend stall at Portobello Road Market in London, before expanding to a store in Carnaby Street and then into Europe in the 1980s. The product range includes Tshirts, Jeans, regular fit shirts, polo shirts, Capries, etc.