Sunday, July 1, 2007

Recap of The Rip The Runway Fashion Show

The First Rip The Runway Fashion Show went down last night at the Ramada Hotel in North York which I had the pleasure to attend. First off, I must give my hats off to the designers and performers who were absolutely amazing. I especially enjoyed a new up and coming Canadian R&B singer Kim Davis who for me, gave the best performance of the night. She currently has a collaboration out with Sizzla which is being played on Flow 93.5. The other performers were, Rochester, Paige,Trinity Chris and Young Shaw (this guy has amazing flow)! There were some great give aways as well such as a pair of Versace sunglasses, and some FAB designer shoes.

The energy from the crowd was live, so it seemed as though everyone was taking the fashion in and enjoying themselves. The designers were as follows: Fieerce, Pablo B Clothing,Evol Williams,CeCe,Curtis James, Moknotic Clothing, Krystal Miller and Jackie of Vixen Couture. All of the designs showcased were hot but one particular designer who blew my away was the creator of Vixen Couture!
Her clothes were just my style fly and flashy! Her designs offer some cute shorts,tops and some bangin dresses you will get noticed in! For those who are members of CGU (Curvy Girls Unite),not to worry all her designs are catered to women with curves! I plan on covering an interview with this FAB young lady about her clothing line very soon so stay tuned!

Here are some pic's from the event!



Fashion Designer Simone Walsh Creator of Moknotic Clothing pointing out her designs worn by the hosts Yazmin Ali and Natalie Antonellis


Vixen Couture


Vixen Couture


Vixen Couture


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1 comment:

Tanya said...

I have to disagree. The reggae segment was the best part of the night (Triniti Chris performing). The two little boys dancing was crazy. They were so good. And Pablo B. designs were the best. They had the widest range of clothes (dresses, shorts, hoodies, bikinis, skirts, men's suits, jackets). The clothes were sexy and vibed with the reggae music.