Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Foreva Fancy hits the runway—Christmas Style!


Following the Love FM Christmas Parade, Foreva Fancy Boutique presented their third annual Christmas Fashion Show on Sunday, December 11th. Foreva Fancy is always in the spirit of giving, and this year’s theme was, “Happiness Does Not Come from What We Get, but What We Give”.
At 9PM, the Central Park overflowed with viewers of all ages. Before the show began, hostess of the night, Miss Petite Earth International 2016-2017, Vivian Noralez, along with host, San Pedro High School Teacher, Philip Ramsey, welcomed the crowd and recapped several fashion shows that successfully took place within this year.
For Eduardo Aguilar, organizing fashion shows reflects his passion for fashion. Although it may be hectic and time consuming, the results fulfil his desire to continue showcasing his creativity to the residents and visitors of San Pedro. In June 2016, Foreva Fancy hosted their annual fashion show for the Public Workers: “What to Wear and What Not to Wear”, while in September 2016, he worked along with a committee to host the Queen of Bacchanal Pageant. On September 21st his carnival group, Mystic Mas Band, participated in the Independence Parade and won first place for the third time in a row. To acknowledge ‘Garifuna Settlement Day’, they hosted their very first “Culture Meets Fashion” fashion show in November 2016.
The Christmas show began with the first segment of the night, “Dreams and Fantasies”, where models showcased the Boutique’s latest clothing, while adorned with angel wings. The second segment brought colors to life. According to Aguilar, color shapes how you perceive your life and can be used to heal, inspire and to spark the creative potential within each of us. Thus, each model walked the runway with the hottest colors of Winter 2016.
During intermission, entertainment was provided by the San Pedro Dance Academy. The third segment of the night, “The Little Black Dress” ended the show. Black dresses never go out of fashion, and the models displayed the Boutique’s hottest dresses in a variety of shapes and styles. From lace to mesh, this season’s best little black dresses are sure to have you looking chic and sophisticated!
Aguilar was thrilled to acknowledge that the fashion show was a complete success. “I wanted to end the year with a bang. Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year. Being that this is my third annual Christmas Fashion Show, I decided to have it at the Central Park so that everyone can enjoy it. I really appreciate the support I always get from the community with the all my events, and I have to say this was probably one of my biggest shows,” said Aguilar.

All clothing displayed by the models are available for purchase at Foreva Fancy Boutique located on the corner of Coconut Drive and Tarpon Street.
Aguilar would like to thank everyone who assisted in making this show possible: the models, San Pedro Town Council for all their assistance, San Pedro High School for their chairs, Mauricio Mejia for the great sound system (Skynet Soundz), Castillo’s Hardware for their truck in the parade, Alex Noralez for providing the sound system on the truck, Bowen & Bowen, and for all the community’s support! Foreva Fancy wishes San Pedro a very, Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

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