Friday, April 19, 2024

Runway ready for 2014 Belize Fashion Week


Preparations are complete for the 2014 Belize Fashion Week scheduled to take place from Thursday, November 20th to Sunday, November 23rd in San Pedro Town. With aims of connecting Belize to the regional fashion industry, the Belize Fashion Week provides a platform for Belizean designers to showcase their talent in a glamorous event. This year’s events promise to be bigger and better featuring national and international designers.45 Fashion Week
Events kicked off on Thursday the 20th with a cocktail party at Caprice Bar and Grill at Holiday Hotel. Guests had the opportunity to meet the models and designer. The highly anticipate runway show takes place on Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium. This year’s runway show will once again be hosted by attorney at law and Telemundo TV personality Sandra Hoyos Mejia. She will share the spotlight with Columbian actor Harry Geithner. Overseeing the grand event is none other than island resident and Emmy award winning director Arlando Smith. The fashion show will feature 14 Belizean designers and 32 Belizean models. The show will also feature international designer is John Vejerano from Panama.
Tickets for the runway show are available at Carlos and Cuts and Holiday Hotel in San Pedro, and Eye Candy in Belize City. Prices range from $35 for the bronze ticket, $50 for the silver ticket, $75 for the gold ticket and $125 for the platinum ticket. Doors open at 7PM and the shows start at 8PM sharp.
Events close on Sunday, November 23rd with a fashion expo at Central Park. At the expo, visitors will be able to purchase the designer products including clothes, jewelry and other accessories.
Organizers would like to thank everyone who made the 2014 Belize Fashion Week possible.

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