Mission Catwalk Season 7:
Who Will Rule The Catwalk?
Who Will Rule The Catwalk! (Photos: Tiffany Lue-Yen and Jonathan South)

The grand finale of Mission Catwalk, the Caribbean's premier fashion design reality TV series is mere days away and the competition is fiercer than ever. No surprise, really, as the winner will have the incredible opportunity of presenting their collection at Paris Fashion Week (PFW) 2024.

The top five designers are Aaron Moneer from Trinidad and Tobago, Peabo Sampson from Barbados and Esata Buckley, Monique Morgan Allen and Rochelle Kinney from Jamaica.

In a recent dance challenge themed "Rhythm in Motion," each of these designers created pieces that captured the movement and grace of dancers.

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) is here for the Top 5! Your guess is as good as ours as to who will rule the catwalk!

Mission Catwalk Season Seven top five (from left) Monique Morgan-Allen, Jamaica; Aaron Moneer, Trinidad & Tobago; Esata Buckley, Jamaica; Peabo Sampson, Barbados and Rochelle Kinney, Jamaica
Rochelle Kinney, Jamaica
Esata Buckley, Jamaica
Peabo Sampson, Barbados
Aaron Moneer, Trinidad & Tobago
Monique Morgan-Allen, Jamaica

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