A SEARCH is on for Clitheroe’s next top model in a first of its kind competition by Poze Boutique.
The boutique opened in Clitheroe’s Swan Courtyard in August 2011 after its owner Louise Holt (36) decided to relocate the business which she established in Rawtenstall in 1999.
Already a popular choice with local fashionistas the boutique caters for sizes eight to 16 and has endless choices from funky garments to the more crisp, quality retail items.
“Relocating to Clitheroe has been great and I absolutely love being based in such a vibrant and friendly community,” said Louise.
“This competition is my way of showing local girls and women what Poze Boutique has to offer in a fun and exciting way. I am always on the look out for new faces to model at the boutique’s fashion shows so staging a modelling competition in the town is a great way to source new talent.
“I also hope that the competition can raise much needed funds for the vital work carried out by the charity Victim Support which my good friend Amy Greaves works for.”
The competition will be officially open to entries on Friday March 1st.
There are two categories - the over 16s and the over 30s - and one person chosen from each will win the chance to model for Poze Boutique at its forthcoming fashion shows in May and November and choose an outfit from one of these shows. They will also receive 25% discount valid for 12 months at Poze Boutique. Second and third prizes will also be presented.
Entries should be made via email to Louise on email@example.com with entrants supplying their date of birth, address, occupation and the reason why they think they should win. A recent photo is also needed and should be emailed to Louise as a j-peg image.
The closing date for entries is Monday March 31st with the final being staged at Clitheroe Golf Club on Thursday April 18th from 7 p.m. til late.
After the closing date all entries will be thoroughly looked at by the team at Poze Boutique before the successful entrants are short listed. An e-mail will be sent directly to each of the entrants who have been short listed notifying them of the details for the final night and their photo will be published in the Clitheroe Advertiser.
During the final night members of the public will be able to buy tickets for the boutique’s May fashion show with all profits made from the ticket sales donated to Victim Support.
Louise’s friend Amy will also speak at the final and the shows about the vital work of Victim Support.
For further details about the competition look out for future articles in the Clitheroe Advertiser or visit the boutique’s website at: www.poze-clothing.co.uk, like Poze Boutique on Facebook or follow Poze Boutique on Twitter @ pozeboutique.
For terms and conditions about the competition please visit www.poze-clothing.co.uk