JOLLIFFE'S dress wear hire shop has been chosen as the film location for an all-girl band music video.
The family-owned shop in Chapel Street, Marlow played host to up to 40-camera crew, singers and dancers last week to shoot the pop video for Redd's debut single "Here Come All The Boys".
The video features a down on his luck tailor whose fortunes are turned around in a day dream by the store mannequins who come to life as singers Julie Brocklehurst, 21, Danni Norman, 19, Bobbi Anie, 22 and Charlie McDonagh, 20.
It also features a scene of the girls' night out across the road in the Market Bar and Dining Room, in Market Place, Marlow.
Real life storeowner Richard Jolliffe said: "I think they have quite a catchy tune, and they could do quite well."
Jolliffe's is no stranger to the film industry and was used as the set for Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, as well as an Army information video.
"It also supplied outfits for 007 James Bond movies and Holby City. The girls were discovered by DMA Management a year ago and share the same songwriters as pop princess Javine and Natasha and Daniel Bedingfield.
"They have the backing of music industry mogul Mike Stock, of Stock, Aitken and Waterman, as well as a wealthy investor from Cookham.