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Dancehall powerhouse Shenseea went black-on-black for the Sami Miro SS2024 Runway Show. (Photo: IG: @shenseea)

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All eyes were on rapper Megan Thee Stallion on Tuesday, September 12, as she walked the MTV Video Music Awards pink carpet in custom Brandon Blackwood. Made out of bobbinet and silk grosgrain, the sheer number was a twist on traditional corset and boning.


Recording artiste Shenseea was spotted sitting front-row at the LaPointe Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear fashion show. Naturally, the Curious singer delighted her fans in a sleek green LaPointe sarong which was knotted to one side, and paired with pants of the same colour, with a cape finish.

Alongside her sat British singer Ella Mai, American actress Marsai Martin, and American singer Coco Jones.

Following the show, Shenseea then stepped out in an all-black lewk featuring a sheer body-con number, sunnies and accessories for Sami Miro SS2024 Runway Show. Also of note, the dancehall powerhouse made a statement in classic Tommy Hilfiger at Tommy Hilfiger x SZA's 'Brunch with a Twist' at Maxwell Tribeca. Maxwell Tribeca is one of New York's exclusive social clubs.

Shenseea put her own spin on classic Tommy Hilfiger on Sunday, September 10, at the brand's brunch celebrating R&B artiste SZA's Tommy ad campaign. (Photo: IG: @shenseea)
Shenseea rocked the Shiny Jersey Sarong Dress from LaPointe for the lable's Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear show. (Photo: IG: @shenseea)
Megan Thee Stallion made a dramatic entrance on the MTV VMAs 2023 pink carpet, dressed in custom Brandon Blackwood NYC. The Hot Girl Summer rapper was styled by Eric Archibald.
Jamaican-Chinese designer Brandon Blackwood (Photo: Hsiang-Hsi Lu)
Jamaican recording artiste Shenseea (right) sat front-row at LaPointe fashion show during NYFW with (from left) British singer Ella Mai, Black-ish co-star Marsai Martin, and American singer Coco Jones. risqué (Photo: IG: @shenseea)

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