10-year-old's Crayola window display revealed

Winning 'Design a Window' display unveiled in five UK Entertainer stores.
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10-year-old Elizabeth Turner's Crayola retail window display has appeared in five Entertainer stores.

She took part in a competition in Redan's Girls & Co magazine, in collaboration with Vivid and The Entertainer, and won. Her disco theme display includes three unique dress designs, stars and a disco ball.

The display showcases the Catwalk Creations range. 

Rebecca Rees, marketing manager at The Entertainer, said: "This has been a great partnership and we are delighted to be working with Crayola on this competition. Using five of our flagship stores across the UK to host the winning design has been an exciting way to promote the new introduction to the Catwalk Creations range."

Deb Harrison, Editor of Girls & Co, added: "it has been great to be involved in such an exciting competition. Our readers loved sending in their designs and we were really impressed with the level of creativity readers put in and number of entries the competition received."

Richard Venner, Senior Brand Manager of the Crayola Division, commented: "This competition aims to bring the inspiration behind the Catwalk House of Fashion to the real world by giving one person the chance to create a window for not just one, but five actual stores.

"This has been a great opportunity for someone who enjoys the unlimited creativity offered by the Catwalk Creations range and we’ve loved seeing the design entries come flooding in."

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