A young man from Lahore, Mr. Azhar Hussian Siddiqui, took up a job as a shoe salesmen in Lahore’s famous Anarkali bazaar. His hard work and honesty gained him popularity amongst his team and other salesmen. His good reputation earned him job opportunities at other stores, but being a visionary, Mr. Siddiqui started his own business in 1974 under the name of Bano Chapal with Rs. 174 only.
Understanding the diversity of its market, Stylo promises a vast variety of products. From casual flip-flops to professional court shoes to jewel encrusted bridal-wear, Stylo is the brand that can truly claim that its range is all encompassing.
In the spirit of unceasing exploration and its core goal of staying a few steps ahead of the competition, Stylo has also tapped into brand extensions such as Stylo Pret, Stylo Accessories, Stylo Kids and a few more.
Stylo aims to launch a chain of multi-category, head to toe ladies fashion stores. First of these concept stores will be launched in May, 2018. Stylo for a very long time has had an aim to transform itself from the No. 1