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Staff Correspondent: Apex Adelchi Footwear Limited (AAFL), a leading manufacturer and exporter of leather footwear in Bangladesh, has launched 300 new designs of shoes and sandals for its customers on the occasion of Eid ul-Fitr.
The new designs include 130 items for men, 90 for women, 70 for children and 10 others in the sports category, said a press release.
The AAFL’s local retail network Gallerie Apex will also promote its seven in-house brands on occasion of the festival. The in-house brands of the leather footwear manufacturer are – Venturini, Apex, Sprint, Moochie, Nino Rossi, Sandra Rosa, and Apex kids.
The Venturini brand reflects the personality of upscale corporate achievers and promising young professionals in the country. While the Apex Men’s brand with its genuine leather and timeless designs offer the consumers a brand of authenticity for everyone from college goers to professionals in the country.
On the other hand, the Sprint is the youth brand of Gallerie Apex. With its lightweight construction and trendy designs, the Sprint offers the thrill seeking personalities a guarantee of performance and fashion. While the Moochie brand with its sophistication and style offers the high-end consumers who have a distinct elegant taste and seek exclusivity.
The Nino Rossi and Sandra Rosa brands with bright jovial colors and trendy designs offer a choice to find out the right footwear that suits the taste, preference and personality of trendy ladies and girls.
The Apex Kids provides fashion, comfort and durability for the active, fun-loving kids. It’s cool, colorful and attractive trendy designs make kids look the star among the crowd.
All the brands of footwear will be available at the Bashundhara City Shopping Complex’s level-7, outlet of Gallerie Apex, the statement said.