Strut your stuff at The Forum Festive Fashion Show
The Forum Shopping Centre in Sittingbourne is reminding members of the public that there are only a few weeks left to take part in its Festive Fashion Show which will be held on Saturday 22nd November.
The centre is on the lookout for aspiring male and female models over the age of 16 to strut their stuff on The Forum’s very own catwalk. The shows will feature a selection of wintery styles from stores such as New Look, Bon Marché and Dorothy Perkins.
Those interested in taking part should email firstname.lastname@example.org with a head shot and a full body length image, along with height, age and size information.
The centre cannot guarantee that all those interested will get to model in its fashion show, however, it will certainly try to accommodate all entrants. Those interested in participating in the fashion show should contact The Forum by Sunday 9th November.
Monday - Saturday
8am - 6pm
9am - 4pm
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