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Showtime at The Worthington

Sunday, July 02, 2017

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The regional reality series competition Caribbean's Next Top Model Cycle 4 – which stars Miss Universe 1998, attorney-at-law and philanthropist Wendy Fitzwilliam — is at present filming on The Rock and though the season isn't set to premiere until next January on Flow 1 , the series is already leaving a fashionable trail across the island's social and entertainment landscapes. Case in point, Tuesday last, where hushed invites were accepted by a discerning fraction of the beau monde to serve as studio audience on a closed set at the Spanish Court Hotel, The Worthington for an upcoming episode. The segment featured a catwalk challenge presided over by Caribbean's Next Top Model co-executive producer, host and head judge Fitzwilliam and her panel of judges Pedro Virgil and Socrates McKinney, and guest judge Novia McDonald-Whyte as contestants modelled collections by labels Rednarim, the Vessel. by lois and drennaLUNA. The identities of those 'in the running' under wraps until the 2018 air date, SO circumvents the catwalk to mingle with members of the evening's front row.

Photos: Bryan Cummings

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