Tallia sings at pop-up shop launch

GLASGOW singing sensation Tallia Storm surprised shoppers with a performance as she joined designer Hayley Scanlan at the launch of her Pop-Up Shop at Debenhams in Argyle Street.

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Storm entertained customers with her big voice, as she wore one of Scanlan's dresses from her Love Me Tender collection.

The 15-year-old is an avid follower of fashion and first met Scanlan at the Scottish Fashion Awards when she picked up the award for Young designer of the year. The pair have been supporting each other's careers ever since.

Tallia is the daughter of Scottish fashion guru Tessa Hartmann.


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