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J Hampstead ropes in Hrithik Roshan as brand envoy
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Mar '11
Hrithik Roshan, one of the Bollywood's most successful actors, who has scaled the heights of fame and success, has been roped in by J. Hampstead to be its brand ambassador.

The star is one of the most elegant, stylish and successful celeb with strong presence and an international appeal. Hrithik with his personality and achievements, best personifies the J. Hampstead brand.

Vice Chairman and Managing Director of J. Hampstead, Ramesh Poddar revealed that, J. Hampstead is an elegant, trendy and international brand for young achievers, and Hrithik too with his style, elegance and achievements best fits the brands' personality.

With a legacy of producing premium quality suiting fabrics for the style conscious European customers, J. Hampstead has been even fulfilling the aspirations of the perceptive Indian buyers with its high quality fabrics prepared from fibres like Kidmohair, Wool, Cashmere, Merino and wool silk.

The brand's worsted suiting range is produced mainly to bestow the customers with fabric which is softer, sleeker, lustrous and suppler than any other fabric in the range, and is made available in super 100's, 110's, 120's, 130's and super 140's.

The J. Hampstead Apparel Collection comprises of a splendid collection of shirts too, which exemplify elegance and style, and perfectly blends the contemporary style with gentle comfort.

Each of the J. Hampstead shirts is made from pure cotton, which is processed to inculcate properties like smooth and radiant finish, wrinkle-free, better durability and comfort wearing.

These shirts are scrupulously made and designed to present the customers with a premium product.

Prior to the present endorsement, several luminaries like Geoffrey Boycott, Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupathi and top Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra too have endorsed the brand.

Siyaram Silk Mills Ltd. a subsidiary of Rs. 30 billion Siyaram Poddar Group introduced J. Hampstead brand in India.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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