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Ali Lohan: The face of Ranbeeri Denim

Published 03/08/2015

Ali Lohan
Ali Lohan

Ali Lohan has been tapped to front new brand Ranbeeri Denim.

The 21-year-old sister of star Lindsay Lohan has been tapped by the brand to front its new ads. Ranbeeri Denim is the newest label to come under the Central Denim umbrella, joining the likes of Rebel by Right and O.G. Jeans.

Photographer Bryce Thompson shot Ali in pieces such as skinny and flared jeans, all created by designer Dorothy Antoine.

“Bryce [Thompson] shoots very quickly and knows what he wants,” Ali smiled to WWD. “We were dancing and laughing the entire shoot... I love photographers like that and felt right at home.”

Prices range from $49 to $79 and the collection will debut this fall.

Ali is set to co-host a party celebrating the new range tomorrow night at Jimmy at the James Hotel in New York.

Aside from fashion, the brunette star has another passion: music. She is currently gearing up to release new material.

“I wouldn’t exactly call it ‘work’ because I feel it’s what I’m here to do,” she added. “I’m creating new music and am very grateful to be fulfilling my dream. I’m so excited for the whole world to hear it and I feel many people will be able to relate.”

This isn't Ali's first modelling stint; she's been posing for professional snaps since she was three and signed to agency Wilhelmina in 2013.

She previously spoke to WWD about how a photograph allows her to express herself, and that the clothes that come with jobs are a big perk. Ali also insisted she wouldn't be riding the "coattail" of her sibling Lindsay and that she'll work just as hard as any other model.

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