UK: Wowgo.com Launches Teen Girls' Fashion Channel
Wowgo, the lifestyle brand designed exclusively for teen girls, today announced crave and SPA, two interactive channels focussing on health & beauty and fashion on www.wowgo.com.Crave aims to become the ultimate online style bible exclusively for teen girls. It invites girls to send in their style dilemmas; celebrates the style of teen girls across the country; and provides girls with the opportunity to get the makeover of their dreams. Updated throughout the day by an experienced and dedicated team of writers and interactive designers, both sites are committed to giving girls the freshest news, advice and views while encouraging them to appear in and contribute to features.Maxine Stinton, editor of both channels said: "What's so exciting about Crave is that we can give the girls a truly rounded experience, as well as reacting quickly to trends. We'll lead them through every aspect of style and equip them with all the knowledge they need to look just the way they want to." Prior to Wowgo, Maxine was a project manager and health writer for Weight Watchers and an editor at BBC Worldwide. The SPA and Crave team has extensive experience in combined health, beauty and fashion writing.
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