The theme of our article comp is: Queuing for Fashion.
In the past few years weve noticed people have gone crazy for queuing for fashion - from over one hundered shoppers outside stores for hours on days that designer collections launch in stores, to shops like Abercrombie and Fitch having ropes and bouncers, like high end clubs, just to let customers into the stores to buy clothes. Is any fashion worth a queue? Or is the sterotype true and us Brits in fact love a queue so its no bad thing? You decide..
How To Enter:
Email email@example.com with a 750-800 word comment piece about Queuing for Fashion with your name, age, contact details and attach a small passport picture, by midnight on the 17th January 2011.
Try to make the piece as entertaining, amusing and anecdotal as possible.
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