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Fashion show supports Cancer Society of The Bahamas
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Nov 20, 2015 - 4:18:25 PM

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Cancer survivors, left to right: Thereze Johnson, Rika Cargill and Erin Brown

Nassau, Bahamas - Young Bahamian stylist, Shannon Collie lost two family members to cancer in the span of two years. This inspired him to create "Fashion Beats Cancer" a charity fashion show for Cancer Society of The Bahamas which was held on November 14th, 2015 at Mario's Bowling and Entertainment Palace. 

"It was definitely a show to remember, for myself, the models and the survivors that were present," said Collie. "It was my first fashion show to showcase my work as a stylist and I am indeed proud for creating another pathway in my career," and thanked The Cancer Society, his sponsors, the designers, team members, The Face Of The Brand, models, photographers, and cancer survivors for making the show a success.

The event is to be an annual one, and the stylist said, "We look forward to having the show next year, and it being bigger and better."

Photos seen here are by Philip Newton (New Vision) and Ryan G Photography.

Sponsors were: Coca Cola, The Tribune, Bahamas Local, The Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Debonaire, Signature Styles, The Tree House, Blanco's Tailoring, Sagini, Gippys Printing, Original Patties, Dash Designer Shoes, Pleasurable Goodies, Sunkissed Swimsuit Boutique, Marvel Graphics, House of London, Guardian Radio, Treasures By Rodero, Lincey Wincey, Beats By Ambri.

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Davin Beneby also modeled in the show and is the face of Collie's styling brand.


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