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|New Face of Little Black Cherry’s revealed in Christmas Photoshoot
Marlene Tuczapska from www.littleblackcherry.co.uk has teamed up with Face of Plymouth’08 and photographer Rebecca Bond for Christmas Photoshoot. It’s main purpose was to showcase store’s new arrivals: Men’s and Ladies Vacant T-shirts, Fingerless Gloves and Jewellery. Professional eye of Rebecca Bond, young Devon’s photographer created relaxed atmosphere. Along Debbie posing for photos were Clinton Richard Lancaster, experienced young model, and just starting up Shelby Whyte and Ruta Kazenite. Rebecca and Debbie are often seen working together, and Marlene was happy to join forces once more with the talented duo. Clinton Lancaster was glad to model with Debbie again, as both met during their preparation for Face of Plymouth 2008 contest.
All items were set together in urban outfits with shop’s classic bestsellers: Kitty Ears Hoodies, Skinny Jeans and Scene Queen Jewellery. Four models had great fun posing for the photos. Ruta and Shelby enjoyed posing as two Elves competing for attention of Father Christmas – Clinton.
Little Black Cherry proved once more to support local talents and create opportunity for young models and photographers to be seen and appreciated worldwide. Marlene has got great experience in online marketing, and all photos are being strongly promoted on the internet, with focus on prime Google placement, as well as being featured on popular social sites as Facebook, MySpace, You Tube, Twitter and more. Little Black Cherry has been featured not a long ago on Channel 4 website, as Hollyaoks’ Laura was spotted wearing LBC Pink Chequered Emo Hoody.
Marlene has just returned from London Edge, international Trade Show, from where she brought new stock, in order to prepare for Christmas time. Fresh arrivals in the shop are Vacant Men’s and Ladies T-shirts full of cult characters, and hit straight from USA – NewBreed Girl T-shirts, so popular on highstreet, and also seen in Topshop. It proves Little Black Cherry’s changing face, as it’s moving from ‘underground’ fashion to mainstream, bringing big labels and highest quality clothing along.
Little Black Cherry is online shop based in Plymouth, with two years of trading experience. Selling urban Hooded Jackets, T-shirts, Skinny Jeans and Accessories, it’s focused on young market of 13 – 35 year olds. Marlene tries to keep up with latest trends on Scene Emo fashion, which dictates what’s next appearing on a website: from funky Kitsch Jewellery to Neon Clothing and Accessories.
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