first_imgEntertainmentLocalNews Ten finalists named for Dominica’s Next Supermodel by: – April 26, 2013 Sharing is caring! Share DNS contestants from left to right: Earlisha Brumant, Rashema James, Stevia Christopher, Kersha Breezie, Lynah Bontiff, Talia Celestine, Shaina Simon and Gholda Joseph.One of ten Dominican beauties will be named “Dominica’s Next Supermodel” at a Fashion Extravaganza carded for 10th May at the Windsor Park Stadium from 8:00p.m.The models vying for the show which is the first of its kind here are: Stevia Christopher, Kersha Breezie, Reshema James, Talia Celestine, Shaina Simon, Earlisha Brumant, Gholda James, Veda Phillip, Lynah Bontiff and Nicole Morson who was absent at Friday’s press launch of the event.They will compete in four segments; introduction, swimwear, business attire which will also include an interview on the modeling and fashion industry. Tickets for the show costs $40 and $60 and are available at Jay’s Bookstore, Bijoux Terner and Towdah boutique.The winner of the competition will receive a trip to St Marten and Antigua’s fashion week, make up supply by Mio, one year modeling contract with DNSM and star in an advertisement for Tempo water.Founder of the DNS Inc, Ruth Augustine.Awards to be presented include; best photo model, best pro model, best swimwear model, best high fashion model, best run way model and most popular model.According to founder of the DNSM Inc, Ruth Augustine, “the show will promote a platform for the models to display their arts and opportunity to showcase their talent while boosting their confidence”.She said her organization aims to effectively train, sensitize and educate young people between the ages of 16 to 30, with the necessary tools needed to enter, survive and ultimately be successful in the modeling industry, both regionally and internationally.“The DNSM Inc was created with two main goals, to promote a better network collaboration between Dominica and other Caribbean islands in the creative arts/modeling fashion industry and to partner with stakeholders to create employment, youth development, help to decrease idleness and crime in the country,” Ms Augustine added.In February 2013, a casting call was held at the Windsor Park Stadium where 20 models attended while some applied online. 12 were selected and after an evaluation of the models a month later, two girls were eliminated. [nggallery id=302]Dominica Vibes News 485 Views   4 commentscenter_img Share Share Tweetlast_img