The evening did not start promptly at either the 7pm or 8pm times people were given, and the MC got off to a slightly shaky start, but the fashion featured made up for that:
Vivido- Chic, urban style, mainly male pieces.
Shawn Griffith Perez, featuring jewellery by Akilah Jaramogi- Glamorous resort wear pieces, predominantly female.
Stacy Smith, featuring jewellery by K-ollectibles- Casual pieces, modern style, predominantly female.
Jau Pierre Designs- Contemporary unisex fashion, abstract and graphic.
Deron Atz- Casual pieces with strong graphic elements, modern unisex items.
Millhouse- men’s bespoke garments, from their ‘Trafalgar Collection’, reminiscent of early men’s English fashion.
Romero Bryan- High fashion pieces for women, featuring clean lines and silhouettes, innovative designs and flowing gowns.
As you can see, the fashion content of the show was well thought out, and very belencaed. However, the management of the show itself left alot to be desired. There were too many breaks between segments, which not only damaged the flow of the presentation, but also extended the duration of the show unnecessarily.
In addition to the show, the event facilitated the choosing of the next male and female faces of R.A.S.H magazine. From a cast of more than 20 persons, it came down to four:
Krystle Braithwaite , Raquel Cassie, Renaldo Desompere and Russell Wilkinson.
After much deliberation and contemplation by the panel of judges ( La Sahaun Prescott, Leah Marie Guevarra, Giselle Legall, Carlet Holder and Kevon Foderingham) the winners were announced: Raquel Cassie and Russell Wilkinson. They were awarded a grand prize that includes designer clothing vouchers, a cover page, a 10 page photo spread (both in R.A.S.H magazine), and a beautiful hamper from The Soap Kitchen.