Dominica Next Supermodel show carded for Friday

supermodel 2015

The Dominica Next Super Model Inc. is pleased to announce its 3rd annual Fashion Extravaganza at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium on Friday, May 1 from 8:00 pm.

In preparation for the event, Executive Director Ms Ruth Augustine stated, “Our young women have not only been training in modelling techniques, but they have also been training in areas such as: public speaking, interview skills, and team-building. Instilling these important leadership qualities has helped us achieve our mission: Empowering young women to become ambassadors for their communities as well as their country. The Dominica Next Super Model Inc serves as a platform for aspiring models to showcase their talent, individuality, and patriotism. We feel that our goal of ensuring that the young people of our country strive for greatness directly correlates with our mission.”

The ten aspiring models are:

Model #1- Colleen Toussaint
Model #2- Irella Francis
Model #3-Marlietta Valmond
Model #4- Ayodel Ambrose
Model #5- Delores Harris
Model #6- Sephra Durand
Model #7- Carline Valmond
Model #8- Shernel St.Rose
Model #9- Leonie Elizee
Model #10- Min-Alde George

Ms Augustine encourages the public to come out in large numbers to support the aspiring models.

Regional Fashion Designer Mr Daniel Henry from Antigua as well as Local Designer Ms Kimara Mathew from Dominica as they will showcase their unique pieces at DNSM Production 2015.

AWARDS (others will be revealed on night of the show):
Winner of Vision & Concept Challenge #1 Marlietta Valmond
Winner of Jolly’s Pharmacy Challenge #2 Min Aldee George
Winner of Bikini Photoshoot Challenge #3 Carlyn Valmond
Winner of Lime Dominica Challenge #4 Marlietta Valmond
Best PhotoModel
Best Runway Model
Best Spokesmodel (Interview)
Best Punk look Model
Best Victoria Secret Model
Best High Fashion Model

WINNER OF DNSM INC 2015 will receive a EC$5,000 CASH PRIZE.

Thanks to the Support we have been receiving in ensuring the Production will be a Success, We would like to invite Potential Sponsors/ Partners to Join the Mission & Contribute towards building the Future of Dominica.

For Further Information to become a partner:
www.nextsupermodelinc.com

Ticket Price: $40 Regular $80 VIP Available: Bijoux Terner & Jolly’s Pharmacy

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8 Comments

  1. April 30, 2015

    My Prime Minister once said “All the sexy girls are with Labour”! And guess what? It’s true. Take a look :wink:

  2. IMJustSaying
    April 29, 2015

    As an outsider, I am absolutely dumbfounded on the plethora of beauty pageants on this small island.
    Instead of focusing on subjective beauty, why not encourage independence from the shackles of Eurocentric beauty and look within instead.
    Right now we have these futile pageants, where money is being made from a lethargic economy and where the focus is on beauty instead of intelligence. #ijs

  3. Brian
    April 29, 2015

    the models are great but the the one who is all in red is the sweetest . My point in that we need some more girls of colour ( i mean some dark skinned girls) in the show, after all it appears that Dominicas majority are as we say light skinned or maybe the coloured girls are not cut for that ? just thinking.

    • Mango Juice
      April 29, 2015

      Check those same girls out after the show when the cake of makeup wash out. Their color will come back then.

    • Roger Burnett
      April 30, 2015

      Thirty years ago, my dissatisfaction with regional beauty contests that favoured straightened hair, lightened skin tones and disguised facial features, I worked on a series of paintings and sculptures that extolled the natural beauty of the Afro-Caribbean woman.

      To this day, from my studio at Antrim Valley, my work continues on the same theme.

    • Dutchess
      April 30, 2015

      Im 100 5 on this comment. The one in the red, Ms.Ambrose is a winner and she’s the one who’s going to win. You go girl x

  4. Cared
    April 29, 2015

    Please share some data with us:
    Has any of the previous winners gotten any gainful employment in that arena?
    Any profits go towards- ” Educating young women” etcc..
    Is this Augustine person the sole profiteer in this undertaking?

  5. OMG
    April 29, 2015

    Stop this crap !! Dominican economy dead, Legal system in disarray – immorality at its peak and we promoting Crap – created by Tyra Banks in the U.S to exploit young women……Pray for Dominica and its misogynistic society

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