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Kangana Ranaut to endorse women’s footwear for Red Tape

02-April-2007
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Kangana Ranaut to endorse women’s footwear for Red Tape

Shoe brand Red Tape has announced that actress Kangana Ranaut will be its latest brand ambassador. The actress has been signed to endorse the new range of footwear that Red Tape has just launched.

Shuja Mirza, VP-Marketing, Red Tape, said, “We are delighted that Kangana has joined us as she reflects the core brand values of the new womens’ line for Red Tape — fresh and energetic, with a youthful appeal. Kangana’s success has taken place almost overnight and we are confident that our new range will have an equal achievement.”

Kangana is also thrilled by the association with Red Tape. “I am thrilled to be the new face of the internationally renowned company. They have a fantastic new range which is vibrant and colourful, and has a sporty and casual feel,” she said.

The Red Tape range has been designed by their in-house design team based in London, and has a range of leather, suede, and a variety of colours. The company has distribution channels in the UK, the US, France, Germany, West Asia and South Africa.

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