Cover Model for Stars Dancewear, Briana Evigan, Stars In Step Up 2: The Streets

Model for L.A.-based apparel store, Stars Dancewear, has the lead role in the follow up sequel to the hit movie Step Up
Feb. 23, 2008 - PRLog -- Signal Hill CA- Feb. 23, 2008

Stars dancewear is pleased to announce their current cover model on their catalog and website, Briana Evigan is the new lead role in the nationally released sequel STEP UP 2: THE STREETS.

She is also in Stars Dancewear's YouTube video: BEHIND THE SCENES MAKING OF THE CATALOG.  Go to type in stars dancewear to view. Where Briana states “The fashion you are wearing is very important to how you feel when you are dancing. If you feel sexy –you will hit it!”

As Andie in STEP UP 2: THE STREETS, she plays a girl from the wrong side of the tracks sent off to a Maryland Private school. There she befriends a hot dancer and works on her hiphop abilities to compete in the local hip-hop street competition.

Ranking as one of the top 3 releases in the country the film has garnered rave revues for Briana and cast. The Los Angeles Times writes, “… Briana Evigan does well as the lead, her voice is easy and is reminiscent of Demi Moore ….”

Stars dancewear fashion dancewear is perfect for the demographic of the movie. Marketing consultant Kathy Smith says, “Stars carries the most up to date trends in hip hop and street just as Briana’s character would wear in the movie -- Cargos w/ attitude & slashed crop tops. This is the outfit Briana’s character, Andie, wears in final scene of the dance competition in the movie.

About Stars Dancewear

Stars Dancewear tackles their looks from what the Los Angeles girls are wearing on the streets, in dance class and blends that with Europe trends and dance industry trends. As a lot of their models are actively involved in music tours, film, television and music videos Stars Dancewear has the advantage of being tapped in to what’s hot on the stage, screen and on the streets.

To reach Stars Dancewear for questions:
Kathy Smith 562 988 8433


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