Carnival costume designs embodied the natural elements (earth, wind, and fire) in this runway show. The name of the designer escapes me, so if any of my local readers were there, please leave the name of the designer in the comments. These designs will be featured at Miami's Carnival this year.
All the models dancing
Reggae artist Glenn Blakk
After Glenn Blakk's performance, models walked out wearing fashions from Old Navy. I didn't snap any pics because I was busy stuffing my face and running my mouth with my aunt. My apologies. Then the models came out modeling swimwear from R. Milton. I didn't get too many pics from that showing because during that time, I was in a bad spot, so I snapped what I could, plus it was starting to get dark. Sorry for the blurry pics.
Soca artist Juliette Mills. Very good performance!
We left after this performance because the food and the beer didn't agree with my stomach. While were about to drive off, we heard the host announce that outfits being modeled in the next runway show were all under $20! Man, I would've love to stick around for that show. Sometime later, the other music guests came out and performed. I sure hate that I missed Wayne Wonder's performance, but hopefully he'll be one of the performers for next year's show.
To all my Southwest Florida readers, did any of you attend Riddim Runway?
Photo credit: Niki Cheapskate for Cheapalicious