Fashion show to highlight talent, skills of local and regional artistes

Guyanese fashion designer Nelsion Andre Nurse is set to stage the fourth chapter of his fashion extravaganza ‘Reflections’ under the theme ‘The Journey’ come July 15 at the Theatre Guild, Parade Street.

In a press release it was promised that the show will give opportunity for talented fashion designers to showcase their skills. The show is also expected to showcase the finest in up and coming local makeup artists, hairstylists and striking local runway models that will be joined a visiting cast of models out of Suriname and Barbados.

Models in a recent ‘Reflections’ show

According to the release ‘Reflections’ is more than just the regular fashion show since it is choreographed to tell a fashion story incorporating music, dance and drama and as such patrons will be treated to performances by various artistes under the Kross Kolor Records label. The label has been very supportive of the venture since it started. Young talent such as Kenny Hercules-Guyana Fashion Week Model image 2016 winner, Saida Smith and Mickael Sam among other artistes will also be featured. The Sassy Revelers and the Enigma Dance companies are slated to perform the night of the show.

A ‘Reflections’ model.

“Patrons will be treated to collections by some of Guyana’s Leading designers such as Sonia Noel, Tracey Douglas and by visiting regional designer Keshon Hawthorne out of Jamaica. Keshon was a finalist in Caribbean Reality TV Show, Mission Catwalk. Meanwhile lucky patrons will walk away with fabulous door prizes such as designers’ outfits and much more,” the release said.

Tickets for the event are $4,000 with patrons being treated to complimentary cocktails during the intermission. Tickets are available at the Sonia Noel Makin Style Boutique Court Yard Mall, Robb Street and at the Theatre Guild, Parade Street Kingston.

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