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Model leads the way in trialling new style

STRICTLY Come Dancing winner Abbey Clancy has posed with a striking new look for Paisley photographer Rankin as part of a charity campaign.

Macmillan Cancer Support is encouraging the public to go for a new look to support people affected by the disease.

Model Clancy, who is backing the Macmillan's Shave Or Style appeal, was shot with a Ronnie Wood-style choppy black style.

She said: "I knew I wanted to try something different that people wouldn't immediately recognise as 'me'. I've always had long, blonde hair so in the end I went for a short punky look! It was so much fun to experiment and trial a new style for the day."

The charity wants people to show their support for people with cancer by shaving their own hair or trial a new style and share a picture of themselves via social media. And they are encouraging people to donate £3 to the campaign by texting STYLE to 70550.

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