Randy Fenoli for Kingston Bridal Week

Randy Fenoli for Kingston Bridal Week

Saturday, September 14, 2013

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AMERICAN television presenter and fashion designer Randy Fenoli will be a special guest at Kingston Bridal Week (KBW) scheduled for the Corporate Area from September 22-29.

Fenoli is best known for Randy Knows Best, which airs on American cable station TLC.

Kibwe McGann, one of KBW's principals, said Fenoli's attendance to this year's staging was in keeping with the event's vision.

"We wanted to up our game. And Randy Fenoli is the most recognised global face for anything regarding weddings. He is also a cast member of the American reality series Say Yes to the Dress. So inviting him would be a no-brainer," McGann told the Jamaica Observer.

Fenoli is also scheduled to do a two-hour presentation of Randy Knows Best at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in St Andrew on Saturday, September 28.

Now in its second year, KBW's theme is 'Where Bridal Meets Lifestyle'.

The occasion begins with a Bridal Retreat and Super Dress Sale at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel on Sunday, September 22. A movie premiere of the romantic comedy Baggage Claim is slated for Palace Cineplex in the Sovereign Centre on Tuesday, September 24.

Other events include a three-day bridal market, which will be held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel on Friday, September 27. Also, Fenoli will have exclusive one-on-one consultations on Sunday, September 29.

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