ST. MAARTEN (D.W.I.): Stacy-Ann Taylor Studio is pleased to announce its first annual ‘Fashion & Art Ova’ Guavaberry’which will take place on Friday evening December 3rd at Emilio Wilson Park.
‘Fashion & Art Ova’ Guavaberry’ is a crossover of Fashion, Culture and Artistry. A true manifestation of blooming cultural practices and expressions layered in various shades of creatively fashionable pieces displayed in an array of artistic emotions. The ‘Fashion & Art Ova’ Guavaberry’ event has the power to not only bring people together, to entertain and inform but also to educate and inspire.
This highly anticipated Fashion, Art and Cultural event does all these things, challenging perceptions and providing a new point of view via a wide variety of activities. The show will entail a combination of high fashion and cultural wear fashion show, poetry, dance, singing and different art exhibitions to name a few, against the historical background of Emilio Wilson Park.
St. Maarten / Saint Martin, a thirty-seven square miles island known proudly for the inhabitance of over one hundred various nationalities, yet! quite often the conversation of, “who is a St. Maartener”, arises. ‘Fashion & Art Ova Guavaberry’ takes its stance as a culturally dynamic crossover between fashion and art on a platform which showcases, tells, preserves and passes on our, St. Maarten’s most sacred treasures to current and future generations irrespective of origin.
The event will be hosted by Clara Reyes, co-founder of the National Institute of Arts (NIA), Cultural Icon and of one of the gate keepers of St. Maarten’s cultural inheritance.
Tickets will be on sale for USD 25 each at Stacy-ann Taylor Studio as of October 11th 2021 (with and early bird special for USD 20 until November 15th 2021). The event will start at 6:30PM and will last two hours, to end around 8:30PM.