Wednesday, November 9, 2022

A scenic new venue has been secured, designs are in final production, and mini models — armed with their best runway walks — are set to put their skills on display at Island Child Style (ICS) 2022. The premium runway show dedicated to children's fashion returns on Saturday, December 3. The announcement was made on Monday evening as co-principals Michelle Gordon, Norma Williams, and Brandon Ferguson officially launched the event's fourth staging at the AC Hotel Kingston.

Guests were treated to a sneak runway show as 12 of The Rock's next 'supermodels' hit the runway in designs from Bold by Michelle Gordon; Lotus Flower Collection by Lian White; Club Couture by Shanice Wright; Zuri Izabelle by Latoya Hylton; Shenna Carby by Shenna Carby; Anthony Reid for Meiling; Logan's Unicorns by Logan Watkins; The Crown That I Wear by Kamille Jackson; King's Kreation by Pebbles King; Blessed by Blessed Gillian; Pesche by Nadine Edmonson; and Kadian Nicely by Kadian Nicely.

The #ICS countdown begins now!

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