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Personal shopper Liz Ryles (3rd left) with Miss Selfridges deputy manager Chantelle Rene, M & S manager Helen Snelgrove, Deputy manager at New Look Alice Shrubsole Assistant Sally Dart from Monsoon.

The leading fashion retailers at Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park are supporting an initiative to engage and inspire fashion shoppers in the region. Castlepoint has recruited the help of professional personal shopper Liz Ryles to offer regular advice and opinions on a dedicated blog from their website.

Castlepoint continues its focus on fashion by celebrating the arrival of the summer collections to its retailers with a new printed and digital fashion guide and to help their shoppers perfect their summer beauty looks, the park is providing free mini makeovers on the 7th May from their vintage aluminium Airstream caravan.

Peter Matthews, General Manager at Castlepoint, said that the aim of the campaign was to help shoppers to easily find the latest trends that will suit their style and budget that are available at the UK’s largest shopping park.

“We have such a diverse set of fashion retailers on our malls. Our fashion conscious visitors will appreciate the assistance and support offered by the spring and summer fashion guides and our very own expert Liz Ryles, ” said Peter Matthews.

Source: www.bournemouthchamber.org.uk
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