On Sunday December 6th, successful beauty booking business ‘Just Bella’ invited the fashion-forward residents of Liverpool to join them in celebrating the launch of their brand new online platform for fashion and beauty retailers in Liverpool.
The glamorous event featured show-stopping fashion catwalks, displaying the latest collections from local designers such as Jake Nuttall, Patty Fashions and Leigh Taylor. As well as beauty demonstrations throughout the night, guests could also get some early Christmas shopping done at a range of stands from local retailers and popular social media personality ‘Scouse Bird Problems.
This exclusive night was hosted by Liverpool’s own Big Brother star Mark Byron, and a prize draw was held on the night in support of Zoe’s Place Hospice.
Highlights of the event included a variety of local businesses with pop-up shops, runway shows, live performances from singer/songwriter Clare Sophia and Liverpool boy band “The Ambition”, as well as live DJ Mark Armstrong.
Just Bella offered a sneak preview of the brand new website for their Just Bella Shop, with a ribbon cutting ceremony, and the much-anticipated shopping platform is soon to be available for the general public; making the much loved www.just-bella.com a one stop shop for all things beauty and fashion.
Jody Riley, Director of Just Bella says:
“ I achieved exactly what I wanted to do, show the people of Liverpool exactly what Just Bella is about. I couldn't be any happier with the turn out and support from local businesses has been incredible, I can not wait for 2016!”
Overall, this festive night at the Isla Gladstone was enjoyed by all, from ticket holders to figures from the fashion and beauty industry, as well as giving local retailers and designers a platform to showcase their brands. Just Bella continues to go from strength to strength in connecting its loyal users with great local services in the North West, and the Just Bella Shop is bound to set business booming for many independent retailers in the Liverpool area.
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