Model behaviour on the streets of Brighton and Hove

Model behaviour on city’s streets

Model behaviour on city’s streets

First published in News

A parade of models traded in the catwalk for the tarmac as they strutted their stuff for a flash mob fashion show.

The six girls and two boys took to the streets of Brighton on Saturday outside Joules in East Street, Pretty Eccentric in Bond Street, Laundry Boutique in Prince Albert Street and Rock Lobster in George Street, Hove. They burst out of the participating shops in their outfits and modelled a rehearsed three minute routine to music.

Michelle Scott, from Pretty Eccentric, said: “I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone involved in today’s flash mob. I have had a big smile on my face all afternoon – it was brilliant.”

For the show outside Pretty Eccentric the model’s, decked out in the finest 1920s vintage fashion, performed a Charleston dance.

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9:03pm Mon 21 Jul 14

JeevesMcMontague says...

Another free advert for these attention seeking idiots curtousy of the Argus...
Another free advert for these attention seeking idiots curtousy of the Argus... JeevesMcMontague
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9:14pm Mon 21 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

JeevesMcMontague wrote:
Another free advert for these attention seeking idiots curtousy of the Argus...
Aren't all adverts 'attention-seeking'?


I thought that was the whole point of them.

Oh, and forum posts are a form of attention-seeking...
..shall we discuss the term 'double-standards' next?
[quote][p][bold]JeevesMcMontague[/bold] wrote: Another free advert for these attention seeking idiots curtousy of the Argus...[/p][/quote]Aren't all adverts 'attention-seeking'? I thought that was the whole point of them. Oh, and forum posts are a form of attention-seeking... ..shall we discuss the term 'double-standards' next? stevo!!
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10:49pm Mon 21 Jul 14

hoveguyactually says...

Courtesy, not curtousy.
Courtesy, not curtousy. hoveguyactually
  • Score: 0

12:07am Tue 22 Jul 14

Roundbill says...

Is the Argus redefining a flash mob as any group of people doing something in an outdoor area? The flash mob of homebound commuters driving down Lewes Road into town at 6pm really slowed my journey.
Is the Argus redefining a flash mob as any group of people doing something in an outdoor area? The flash mob of homebound commuters driving down Lewes Road into town at 6pm really slowed my journey. Roundbill
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