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International Fashion Star Scouts The Bahamas for New Destination Film Series
By Samone Davis
Apr 28, 2017 - 12:06:23 PM

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American Stevie Boi social media star, fashion designer, actor, author and founder of clothing brand NOIR and the luxury eye-wear brand SBShades on the iconic dock at Sandyport Beach Resort, Nassau. Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Katy Perry have been widely published wearing the distinctive SBShades sun glasses.

When he’s not travelling the world or designing fashion pieces for some of the biggest fashion shows such as the recent New York Fashion Week, Steven Strawder, better known as “Stevie Boi”, is busy shooting footage for his new destination film series.

American Stevie Boi, a social media star, is a fashion designer, actor, author and founder of clothing brand NOIR and the luxury eye-wear brand SBShades. Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Katy Perry have been widely published wearing the distinctive sun glasses.

Recently, the fashionista visited Nassau to research sites and events to film for the next episode in his destination film series and declared The Sandyport Beach Resort as his favourite resort in the Bahamas. T he photogenic award-winning boutique resort became the backdrop for a fashion photoshoot with Miss World Bahamas 2016, Ashley Hamilton, who posed in new ensembles from the Stevei BOI NOIR collection.

“I love Nassau and hope to see much more of The Bahamas on future trips,” said Stevie Boi. “Overall, m y experience was phenomenal; the Sandyport Beach resort was ideal for me to bring fashion to the beach with the lovely Miss World Bahamas,” Stevie Boi said. “I was able to get away from the noise of the city. I feel the resort puts you in a tranquil space that is full of good energy and pleasant people. The staff greeted me with open arms and was available for any questions I had.”

Stevie Boi continued: “I’m also very happy with the sample footage of local sights, people and events that I took back to my producer in the States. We can now plan for the next trip to The Bahamas, most likely with our film crew.”

Some of Stevie Boi’s time was spent visiting popular spots in Nassau such as John Watling’s Distillery, Blue Sail Restaurant Bar, Curly’s at Arawak Cay, The National Art Gallery, the Straw Market and a morning of water sports activities at Jetlink Adventures.



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