A celebration of fashion this weekend aims to keep tummies full in the South Central Peninsula.
Fashion Feeds Project by NWH Modelling coming soon in Saint John, Canada pic.twitter.com/5eYM1eHrO5
— Kaima Designs Canada (@kaimadesigns) September 28, 2017
NWH Modelling is hosting Fashion Feeds all weekend with the models teamed up with different designers and uptown retailers.
Lorraine Peters says the event came about because she was really inspired by Holly Singh.
She tells us all of her kids attended St. John the Baptist-King Edward School and they would come home talking about the wonderful meals and cookies that Holly made so when she bought NWH Modelling this year she knew she wanted to put a fundraiser together for the Lunch Connections program at that school.
Peters says one of the designers is African-inspired clothing that she describes as wearable art which is designed in Saint John and made in Nigeria.
Another designer focuses on beach wraps and Stephanie West who is a mix of mainstream fashion and quirky costume fashion calling it really fun to watch.
The event begins tomorrow night at 6pm at 35 Duke Street.
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