DOMINICAN REPUBLIC FASHION WEEK 18th – 23rd October 2010
22 July 2010
“Dominican Fashion 2010” has become, in the past few years, the Caribbean’s main fashion event. This year, the event will be dedicated to world renowned Dominican fashion designer Oscar de la Renta. At the same time, for the second consecutive year the fa
“Dominican Fashion 2010” has become, in the past few years, the Caribbean’s main fashion event. This year, the event will be dedicated to world renowned Dominican fashion designer Oscar de la Renta. At the same time, for the second consecutive year the fair will provide the necessary space for young designers to exhibit their collections. This important fashion event is scheduled from 18th – 23rd October 2010 in Santo Domingo’s landmark Hotel Embajador. In previous editions, renowned names from the international fashion world, such as Carolina Herrera and Agatha Ruiz de la Prada have been honoured at the event. This year young up-and-coming fashion designers such as Carlos Ubiera will participate with his “Horizon,” collection; Alex Gutierrez with his “Fetish” collection; John Cotes with his “Monarch” and Jusef Sanchez with his “Specchio” collection. In addition, Sarah Cury will present her collection “Intelequia” while Maria Elena Chotin will show her “Intemporel” pieces. Jeannette Files is scheduled to present her “Gres” collection, while the brand “Trapitos de Sofia” will present their latest collection “Playing in the Forest.” For further information on the destination please contact: ESP: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Tel/fax: 01962 711239 – Mobile: 07768 901197 Website: www.godominicanrepublic.com About Dominican Republic: Rich in history, the Dominican Republic’s first tourist was Christopher Columbus in 1492. Since then, it has developed into a diverse and luxurious destination offering both Dominican Republic and European flavours to more than 220,000 British visitors each year. A leader in eco-tourism, the Dominican Republic created the world’s first Whale Sanctuary and has established protection zones for more than 20 percent of its land and coastal areas. The country boasts some of the world’s best golf courses and beaches, the largest marinas in the Caribbean and is a chosen escape for celebrities, couples and families. Visit the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism’s official Web site at: www.godominicanrepublic.com or call +44 (0)20 7242 7778.