UK NEWS: COLORBLIND CARDS TO SPONSOR CARIBBEAN FASHION WEEK 2012

Colorblind Cards founder Jessica Huie

Colorblind Cards, the UK’s leading multi-cultural greeting card and gift company, today announced that they are set to sponsor Caribbean Fashion Week 2012 which will take place in Kingston, Jamaica.

Caribbean Fashion Week will celebrate its 12th year at the National Indoor Sports Centre, Kingston, Jamaica, June 7-11. Grammy award winning UK songstress Estelle, whose ‘American boy’ hit made her a global star, has been confirmed as one of the exciting acts set to perform at this year’s event which has attracted the likes of Kelly Rowland, Eve, Nia Long, Joe and many other stars in past years.

A plethora of exciting designers from across the Caribbean including Cedella Marley, daughter of reggae legend Bob Marley, who has been busy designing a collection of Jamaica Olympic team gear for Puma, will debut her new swimwear collection High Tide, whilst the talented designer Tigerlily, whose host of celebrity fans include Keira Knightly, will showcase their collections to an audience filled with Caribbean fashion industry who’s who and aspiring stylistas.

Congratulations Jessica and the Colorblind team.

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