In a dazzling return after a four-year hiatus, Mission Catwalk Season 7 has taken the fashion world by storm, spotlighting the extraordinary creativity and sustainable practices of its top three designers. This season’s heightened focus on sustainability has resonated with audiences, making it a groundbreaking and inspiring journey for all involved.
Aaron Moneer Emerges as the Ultimate Designer in Mission Catwalk Season 7
Elevating the excitement, the ultimate prize of showcasing at Paris Fashion Week 2024 has added an extra layer of prestige to the competition.
Drumroll, please! In a historic triumph, Aaron Moneer of Trinidad and Tobago has claimed the coveted title, making him the first-ever Trinidadian winner in Mission Catwalk history. His fusion of traditional Caribbean influences with cutting-edge sustainable design has left an indelible mark on both the judges and viewers.
Joining the podium of excellence are Monique Morgan Allen from Jamaica and Peabo Sampson from Barbados, rounding out the top three. Monique’s journey, marked by initial challenges, is a testament to resilience and determination, earning her a wild card entry after an unexpected withdrawal. Meanwhile, Peabo Sampson, representing Barbados, consistently dazzled the Mission Catwalk audience with his unwavering commitment to the art of fashion design.
These three exceptional designers have not only pushed the boundaries of creativity but have also embraced the ethos of sustainable fashion. Their unique perspectives contribute to the rich tapestry of Caribbean couture, showcasing unparalleled dedication to their craft. Mission Catwalk Season 7 has not just crowned a winner; it has elevated the spirit of Caribbean fashion to new heights, leaving an indomitable mark on the industry. Cheers to the brilliance of Aaron Moneer, Monique Morgan Allen, and Peabo Sampson! 🌟👗 #MissionCatwalk #CaribbeanFashionIcons
Mission Catwalk season seven finale aired on Saturday, December 2 at 8:30 PM on TVJ
The winner of Mission Catwalk will receive J$4 Million in cash and prizes:
- A chance to show collection at Paris Fashion Week Valued J $1,500,000.
- Five Hundred Thousand Dollars (J $500,000.00) cash prize
- Industrial sewing equipment valued J $300,000.00;
- Photo shoot with renowned fashion photographer, valued J $200,000.00;
- Print media advertising package valued at J $500,000.00.
- Scholarship to pursue fashion programme at The University of Technology, Jamaica
Host/Exec Producer: Keneea Linton-George – Fashion Designer/TV Producer
Judges: Novia McDonald-Whyte – Senior Associate Editor, Jamaica Observer Carlton Brown – Menswear Designer
Mentor: Julette Barker-Silvera – technical design expert with account of Target,
Macy’s and Kohl’s
Core Team: Mykal Cushnie Director / Editor
Gareth M Daley Director of Photography Keneea Linton-George Executive Producer
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