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Ray Vincente Sponsors Fashion Segment of Manhunt Bahamas 2013 - Winner to walk in New York Men's Fashion Week!
The premiere men's modeling competition in the country, Manhunt Bahamas 2013 is excited to announce the partnership with Ray Brown of Ray Vincente designs (New York) who will be sponsoring clothing for the fashion segment of this year's event in August when The Ultimate Ladies Night Out returns. All of the models competing for the 2013 title will have the opportunity to model the cutting-edge fashions of Ray Vincente (New York).
“When I approached the organizers of New York Men’s Fashion Week it was
on pure faith that someone other than myself wanted to give these young
Bahamian models a chance to be showcased, but I was wrong” said Oswald
Ellis organizer of the event, “Ray Brown not only wanted to be a part of
the show, but he wanted to also come on as a sponsor. We are thrilled to have his support.”
And there is more! The winner of Manhunt International Bahamas will be awarded the selection of clothing he models; will be featured in a professional photo campaign for the designer; And will have the honour of walking the runway in New York Men’s Fashion Week!
Ray Brown has been designing since 1983 as a freelance designer for public and private individuals. With a degree in Fashion Merchandising from ICS of PA, he has completed course work in fashion design, illustration, and production at FIT of NYC, NY. In 2009 he launched his own collection for menswear, Ray Vincente Eclectic! Labeled his main line, Ray Vincente Eclectic! Menswear is for the adult male that likes to be stylish, individualistic, and comfortable and is influenced by Eastern, European and American Urban cultures.
Ray Vincente designs
Ray Brown currently serves as the Vice President of NY Men’s Fashion week and on the Advisory Board for the Fashion Design program for Mercer County Community College, West Windsor, NJ.
When the inaugural edition of Manhunt Bahamas was held in September
2012, it was the organizations dream to provide young men with an
opportunity for international exposure and growth towards a career as a
Two young men
were afforded such an opportunity – the 2012
Manhunt Bahamas winner, Drew Palacious and his runner up, the Mister
Bahamas International 2012 title holder, Pedro Mejias both competed
on international stages in Bangkok, Thailand as they represented the
Bahamas at Manhunt International and Mister International respectively.
Seven contestants are being unveiled for
and in the running thus far are Antonio Cash of Eleuthera; Pablo Higgs
Nassau; James Bethel of Nassau; and Devaughn Gow of Grand Bahama. Three
more contestants will be announced in the coming weeks.
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Manhunt Bahamas thanks TheBahamasWeekly.com for their continued support and welcome others to join our team.
BECOME A SPONSOR: The
continuance of this competition and sending a winner off to compete in
an international arena takes a lot of effort, time and money each year
forward. Manhunt International Bahamas is seeking sponsors to help with
competition overhead and operations, clothing, grooming, and travel
costs, etc. Interested corporations or individuals can contact the
organization by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
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