Founder of Caribbean Fashion Week Visits Belize
Belize City, Belize CA (April 15th, 2013)- Kinglsey Cooper, the chairman and CEO of Pulse Model Agency was visiting Belize from April 13th to April 18th, 2013 accompanied by his partner and wife, Ms. Romae Gordon who is also the fashion director of Pulse Model Agency.
Pulse Model Agency is credited with launching the careers of several internationally known models, including Jamaican- born models Jaunel McKenzie and Carla Campbell, over the past thirty-three years, and its Caribbean Fashion Week has been regarded as the leading fashion event in the Caribbean since its inception in 2001. This event has been a major catalyst for the development of the Caribbean fashion industry, and brings together the best designers and stylists from the region and designers from all over the world. Mr. Cooper’s work has been recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award at Caribbean Fashion Rocks!, New York’s signature event for Caribbean fashion and models.
Mr. Cooper’s visit to Belize was an opportunity for us to showcase our beautiful Belizean women and men. During his five day visit, he and Ms. Gordon hosted a press conference, met with Belize’s most promising young models and designers, and attended a cocktail and fashion show in his honor on April 17th, presented by Fashion Forward, an exciting new collaboration of Belizean women interested in developing the fashion and modeling industries in Belize.
Fashion Forward is the first event of its kind in the country and means to provide Belizean women and men of all arts opportunities that are not necessarily currently available in the country. By hosting Kingsley Cooper and Romae Gordon, Fashion Forward hopes to enlighten and bring awareness to the Caribbean, as well as to the rest of the world, of the beauty and talent that call Belize their home.
Samantha Turcios, Marketing Coordinator
(501) 223 – 1025
June 7, 2013 at 7:36 am
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