Island Child Style 2018 | The Most Beautiful Child is a Confident Child | #Blogmas Day 10


The most beautiful child is a confident child -- is the mantra of this year's Island Child Style recently held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.

The premier Fashion-Runway event presented by B3 Parenting Magazine is the only of its kind in Kingston with a focus on children as models, designers, and entertainers. This year, 80 child models were selected to rock the runway, proudly wearing pieces from 15 of Jamaica's + the Caribbean's top Designers.

When we arrived at the venue, the first thing that greeted us was a beautiful candy backdrop by Aldor which featured a variety of sweet treats that seemed to lure the children in. 


The event hosted by Yendi Phillips and daughter Israel opened with the beautiful collection dubbed "Plight" by Ayanna Dixon and her signature hand-painted designs but this time in miniature sizes for children.

Other Designers of the night were: 

- Gabi Girl Jamaica by Romi Toyloy
- FlowerChild1999 by Kaysian Bourke
- nLightn by Donna ‘Nahima’ Buchannan
- Cotton Candy by Jazeene Henney
- Zaid by Zaid Smith
- Mahambeth by Mahambeth Lawrence
- Neahlis by Lisa McINtosh
- King Blessed
- Kokobeenz by Ann-Marie Robinson-Chin
- Polkadots by Cheryl Robinson
- King’s Kreation accompanied by a capsule collection by ...
- Mark Anthony

Island Child Style 2018 was definitely a success and we are already anticipating the 3rd staging. 


Photo Credits
B3 Parenting Magazine by Andre' Rattigan Photography | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED | Click HERE for full album

  










  











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