Hats and Gloves! Flowers and Fashion! Twinings! Art work! Lots of prizes and surprises! And a most worthy cause! Put them all together and you have a Victorian High Tea Party & Fashion Show hosted by the Heart Ball Committee.
The Bahamas is about to get a fashion facelift with the latest installment of Islands of the World Fashion Showcase (IWFS).
Supermodel of the Bahamas Model Search is calling all persons between ages 16 and 21, interested in pursuing a career as a high fashion model. Casting call is Saturday, July 18th.
Combine the synthetic fabric of a sport’s jersey with bright eye-popping colours, an enlarged Bahamian coat of arms, a signature metal and leather emblem and Bahamas 73 emblazoned on the back, and you have an authentic BAHARI shirt, a new Independence collection that has taken the country by storm.
Award-winning Bahamian fashion designer Theodore Elyett will be presented with the Caribbean Style & Culture Award of Excellence in Fashion Innovation in Washington DC on June 27 in honour of the ninth annual Caribbean American Heritage Month.
Loretta Robinson-Thomas of Platinum Bride Couture and Jim Whitehead of The Nassau Florist prepare to show international designer, Ian Stuart’s, collection “Frill Me”, which will close Parliament Street for this event on June 21st.
The Search for the World’s Most Desirable Man is on, and Bahamian DeVaughn Gow is on a mission to show that world that he is The One.
On Sunday, August 3, the most beautiful women from throughout the country will face off in not one, but two competitions to choose the nation’s ambassadors to the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants.
President of the Montaque Group and Creator of Islands of the World Fashion Week, Owen Bethel, was a panelist at a Fashion Forum held at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) and emphasized the importance of thinking globally.