The Cayman Motor Museum partnered with the Miss Cayman Islands Committee to hold an exclusive fundraising event on 21 April titled “Fashion in the Fast Lane”.
The fashion show featured reigning and former Miss Cayman Islands, as well as a host of local models.
The event took place at the Cayman Motor Museum on Northwest Point Road in West Bay beginning at 5pm on Saturday, 21 April. VIP tickets included complimentary wine and canapés, while all ticket holders were eligible to win prizes and giveaways.
“Great fashion has always been associated with the beautiful and extraordinary, so what better place to hold a fashion show than the Cayman Motor Museum where the creations on the runway are perfectly complimented by the stunning automobiles lining the red carpet,” said Mrs. Natalie Ugland, an owner of Cayman Motor Museum.
Mrs. Ugland and her husband, Andreas Ugland, have also donated funds toward Miss Universe training for Lindsay Japal, the reigning Miss Cayman Islands, to attend a two-week programme in New York City.
Models strutted the runway during the evening with clothes and accessories from stores across grand Cayman.
“I would like to specially thank the boutique sponsors and Mrs. Natalie Ugland who has kindly supported us by donating the location for the fashion show, as well as for their continuing support for the Miss Cayman Islands Committee,” said Lynn Bodden, chairwoman of the Miss Cayman Islands Committee.