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Ramp: ‘First exclusive fashion magazine of Nagaland’

June, 23
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Published on 23 Jun. 2012 10:41 PM IST
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First exclusive fashion magazine of Nagaland-“Ramp” has finally hit the market with its first edition. Apart from fashion, the magazine also focuses on artistry and entertainment.

The glossy magazine features fashion coverage-events, top models, cover girl, designer’ latest collection etc., and exclusive fashion features on traveling, beauty tips.

Ramp has the plan to gradually cover other states in India and as of now, the magazine would be published half yearly wherein, the next edition will be launched on December 1.

Another edition, it has chosen Noklen Chizung Jamir and Lanutula Lemtur as the ambassadors of the magazine, informed editor of Ramp, N. Esther Longchar in a release.

Ramp has requested interested readers to grab a copy, which is just Rs. 100 so that Ramp sustain and accomplish its vision and mission of goodwill.

The magazine would be available at:
Outlets in Dimapur: EKADA, Aroma Eatery, Modern Book Depot, Hiyo café, La Primer, Jumping Bean, NAN’S, 2 ½ mile, Crystal Book House cum stationeries, Chumukedima and Pitts Stop.

Mokokchung: Student Book Centre, Alpha Books and Stationary.
Kohima; Grid, The Muse, Brewberry, Big Bytes.

 
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