Caribbean Model & Bikini Search underway

POSTED: 08/9/11 11:55 AM

St. Maarten – The Tallahassee-St. Maarten Foundation Inc. has teamed up with Direct Music TV America & Lifestyles Magazine, PJD-2 Radio and Divi Little Bay Resort to organize the 2011 Lifestyles Magazine & Direct Music TV’s Caribbean Model & Bikini Search. The casting call will be at the former Fusion Restaurant on Front Street in the Heritage House building next to Sea Palace on Saturday August 20, 2011 between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. for females and males between the age of 18 and 35.

The music seminar will be Sunday the 21st of August from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This will also be held at the former Fusion Restaurant. It is open to fashion designers, new artists, photographers, media houses, musicians, band leaders, promoters, producers and models from St. Maarten.
“Come out & get to know the fashion & music industry, it can and will make a difference for your future. If you have a passion for modeling and music, this is a great opportunity to find out more about the Fashion & entertainment industry during the model casting or music seminar, as long as you come out you will have an opportunity to meet Direct Music TV America Alexander Blaze who will be the main speaker at this event,” Executive Director of the Tallahassee-St Maarten Foundation Inc. Arthur Lugisse said.

The winner of the Lifestyles Magazine & Direct Music TV 2011 Caribbean Model & Bikini Search will receive an all expense paid trip to Nassau, Bahamas from November 3 to November 5 for the 2011 Islands of the World Fashion Week. The winning model will get a super star photo shoot, model in the 2011 Islands of the World Fashion Week, undergo runway training, participate in photo shoots for Lifestyles Magazine and meet international model agency scouts. This prize is valued at about $ 7, 000.

Last year winner of the Lifestyles Magazine & Direct Music TV Caribbean Model & Bikini Search was Lee-Ann Forbes. She’s since been crowned the 2011 Miss Trinidad & Tobago World and will represent Trinidad & Tobago at the 61st edition of the Miss World pageant on November 8, 2011 in London, England.
“This event can be looked upon as a great one for the island as it can profile the island as a destination for model casting and cultural tourism. This is a great opportunity for the destination as well as the young ladies that will vie for this chance. I look forward to it becoming an annual event and a contributor to the tourist economy with respect to developing this niche market,” Lugisse said.

During the event, discussions will be held with designers, new artist, photographers, media houses, musicians, band leaders, promoters, producers and models from St. Maarten.
People interested in more information can call Lugisse at 587-9367 or 587-6682 for local casting details. They can also log on to www.lifestylesmagazene.com or call US Lifestyles Magazine & or Direct Music TV 1 661 888 7376.

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