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Tulisa Contostavlos launches fashion line & pop-up store
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Oct '12
Popular British singer-songwriter Tulisa Contostavlos has unveiled her debut fashion line with a pop-up store for BANK at the high-end Westfield shopping centre in London.
 
The 24-year-old singer’s fashion range titled Tulisa Fashion Bank (TFB) has been jointly designed by Tulisa and her personal stylist Gemma Sheppard.
 
The young singing sensation of the Camden-based hip hop group ‘N-Dubz’ features a pleasant mix of colourful statement fabrics, edgy detailing and luxe materials in her exquisite apparel line.
 
The collection includes skater and cut-out dresses, animal-printed body hugging outfits and sexy playsuits in hues like red, lime green and neon yellow. 
 
The apparel range of the ‘X Factor’ judge will be exclusively available at the UK-based retail chain BANK fashion stores.
 
In Canada, Australia, the US and the UK, pop-up stores or flash retailing is a fast catching trend that involves opening of short-term sales spaces within a store.

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