Miss Cayman fashion electrifying

Fashion in the Fast Lane is where you want to be on Saturday, 21 April at the Cayman Motor Museum. Offering a combination of style, beverages and prizes in a fascinating setting, this event promises to be fun and exciting for all who attend. Gentlemen, start your engines!

A host of local lovely ladies will be walking the runway. Special guest models include Miss Cayman Lindsay Japal; Miss Jamaica World Danielle Crosskill; and Miss Jamaica World 2009 Kerrie Baylis. It is all in the spirit of fundraising for the Miss Cayman Committee, a group that realises the importance of sending an ambassador from the Cayman Islands to the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants each year. Previous Miss Caymans have been given excellent opportunities after their reign, and many have become successful professional women. They always dedicate time to supporting local charities, even after they have passed the crown onto a successor.

The evening begins at 5pm with a welcome by the host, followed by the fashion show featuring beautiful clothes from Cayman Couture, Celeb Boutique and Sand Angels. Prizes will be drawn throughout the evening so do not drop, lose or eat your ticket. It could be worth flights on Cayman Airways, dinners, makeovers, photo shoots, boat cruises and even jewellery from sponsor Magnum Jewelers. Everyone who attends will receive a goodie bag, so no one goes home empty-handed.

Those who have not previously visited the Cayman Motor Museum will find the surrounding vehicles just as beautiful and timeless as the fashions on the catwalk. This event should therefore appeal to members of both sexes. Owners Andreas and Natalie Ugland have graciously offered the museum for this terrific fundraiser, and have even donated monies to enable Miss Japal to attend Miss Universe training in New York. Will she win in 2012? The Islands await the competition with bated breath.

Car aficionados will have a bonus treat in store when they attend Fashion in the Fast Lane.

The Wheego will be revealed, courtesy of Cayman Automotive – a 100 per cent electric vehicle that will revolutionise the way we think about cars. VIP tickets are $125 and include complimentary wine and canapés; regular tickets are $55. All are eligible for prize drawings.

For more information and to buy tickets, you may contact the Ministry of Tourism at 926-2577, or visit the office on the fifth floor of the Government Administration Building.

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