What is the significance of the red carpet?
Asked by cartoon network, 06 Mar '10 02:15 pm
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The red carpet is a symbol of glamour associated with heads of state, dignitaries and Hollywood stars. It is typically laid out before an entrance to a major event. The red carpet often represents a public entrance by VIPs that allows access to them by media and fans before they enter largely private events. The red carpet separates the celebrities from everyone else, while allowing some interaction. As media coverage of red carpet appearances has increased, especially for celebrities at movie premieres and awards shows, they have become critical promotional events for many brands, especially in the fashion industry, according to an article on FashionFinders, a United Kingdom website. The red carpet allows those using it a clean path. This is significant because those walking on a red carpet are often dressed in formalwear.Answered by Cartoon Network, 06 Mar '10 02:16 pm
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Red carpet used for ROYAL WELCOME OF DIGNITORIES.Answered by dare devil, 10 Mar '10 09:13 am