The New Face of The Glocal Trunk Turns Exclusive & Inclusive!

Last week, Priya Kapur – Founder and CEO of The Glocal Trunk  unveiled – TGT 2.0

The new #TheGlocalTrunk logo, along with a more updated user friendly website and app are available both on iOS and android.

Articulating this to have been a labour of love for her immensely creative team and herself, Priya elaborated why they launched a new logo after successfully being in the fashion jewellery business since 2016, “Continuous evolution is something we at The Glocal Trunk believe in. We wanted a logo that was larger than life encompassing our renewed vision, and our mission statement of growth.”

A meaningful yet minimalistic design, the new TGT logo has hints of Make in India but with a global artisanal feel. It’s inclusive and within that exclusive; resonating with The Glocal Trunks original ideation.

She went on to suggest, that TGT’s customers remain their strength while the quality of jewellery and accessories have been non negotiable since their inception.

The first luxurious jewellery collection from TGT 2.0 is ‘Colour Pop Shop’ our ode to all things sinful and decadent just like candy. With semi precious colourful stones embedded in 18k gold and rhodium plating, this collection is rich not only in luxury but in hue. Perfect for every season, choose from a range of long pendant necklaces, link chains and bracelets, enamel and cubic zirconia earrings and more.

The Glocal Trunks beloved collections remain refreshed, from their best selling Evil Eye Edit consisting of all new Hamsa and evil eye necklaces, evil eye bracelets, earrings and rings. A beautiful collection that comes to life with magnificent materials such as enamel, cubic zirconia, mother of Pearl and various natural stones.

Their Midas Touch American Diamond Jewellery and Indian Ethnic Select collection retailing the travel jewellery are constantly restocked with new styles.

With many more milestones on their horizon, this entirely bootstrapped brand is ascending and expanding rapidly.

“Waiting for the rest to unfold with bated breath, we can say THIS is just the beginning”, says Priya Kapur.

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