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Myntra & Deepika Padukone to launch apparel brand All About You

17-October-2015
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Myntra & Deepika Padukone to launch apparel brand All About You

Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone in association with Myntra will be launching ‘All About You,’ Padukone’s fashion brand for women, in New Delhi on October 20. The entire range of apparel will be available exclusively on the Myntra app
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According to Padukone, “All About You, just as the name suggests encourages girls to just be themselves. I am eagerly looking forward to unveiling the brand on October 20 and am delighted to partner with India's foremost fashion destination, Myntra. ”

Speaking about the brand, Ananth Narayanan, CEO of Myntra, said, “Deepika Padukone is the epitome of style, fashion and elegance. Women across the country style their looks based on her fashion sense. We are delighted that she is foraying into fashion designing with collections that will feature exclusively on Myntra. I am certain that ‘All About You’, will be an instant success across the country.”

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