Dominique says " I love designing and everything i create is reflective of my personality.
I love the colour pink, not only does it cheer me up it makes me feel confident and brightens my day so i called this range "In Pink" so everyone else can feel confident and cheery everytime they wear one of my designs.
Ive incorporated Braille onto the left sleeve of each Tee for anyone who is visually impaired, so they can also benefit from the statements on the Tees.
Each statement is something I always say or believe. I want anyone reading it to know that the person wearing the Tee is happy with who they are and will not change for anyone! "
Dominique Moore is a British actress best known for her current CBBC shows “Hotel Trubble” and “Horrible Histories”. She was first seen on television in the BBC fly-on-the-wall documentary series, ‘Paddington Green’ (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgEE-5X5IZw ) The series followed Dominique as she was awarded the 1998 “Stage” newspaper full scholarship to the Sylvia Young Theatre School.
She has also played lead roles in CBBC shows ‘My almost famous family” ‘The Crust’, ‘U get Me’ and ‘The Queen’s Nose’ and features in sketches on BBC’S ‘Little Miss Jocelyn ’. Dominique starred in the Disney Channel series, ‘Life Bites' and ITV2’s ‘Footballers Wives Extra Time’. Her voice is best known for singing ‘True Colours’ on the popular Peugeot 406 commercial. (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJ0GO07YXY8 ) Dominique opened the west end production of The Lion King as the original “Young Nala” at the Lyceum Theatre. She has featured widely in the press and was named as a positive female role model by ‘The Observer’.
Dominique started designing clothes during her training at the Sylvia Young Theatre School, with support from The Princes Trust. Her clothing lines for Anita Moore Designs have been featured on the front cover of magazines and are worn by her celebrity friends worldwide. The garments have also appeared in various TV productions.
Anita Moore Designs took over the streets of Earls Court with a fashion show extravaganza (seehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQi0kLIEFUg) which was featured on ITV.
The designs are currently available to buy exclusively at (www.anitamoordesigns.com) and (www.spoiledbrat.co.uk)
Dominique is currently filming series 4 of Horrible Histories and will star in Aladdin at the lyric Hammersnith this christmas. ( http://www.lyric.co.uk/whats-on/production/aladdin/book-tickets/ ) Dominique has just completed filming a guest appearance in channel 4's "Phoneshop" and BBC's "Watson and Oliver" She is currently appearing everyweek on Hotel Trubble. Dominique is credited as a writer for the Hotel Trubble episode "the musical".