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Top models chosen

Winners Adrian Mullah and Rosa McKenzie.

Rosa McKenzie and Adrian Mullah are the winners of Harrison College’s Kolij Runway 2.0 model search.

They topped the field of six girls and six boys to win the second staging of the fund-raising show held at the St. Leonard’s Boy’s Secondary School auditorium over the weekend.

Rishauna Walton was second and Tiyeisha Martin third among the females, while in the males section Darian Chandler and Tristan Ward were second and third respectively.

When the contestants took to the runway in four segments, All White, Kolij Spirit and William Squires wear for the males and Alexis Campbell for the females and Haute Couture the judges looked for how they walked as well as their personality.

The judges were Charisse Eastmond, Leilani McConney, Graham Edwards, Lisa Waithe, and Ron Bradshaw.

Kreigg Thompson, Joshua Gay, Craze were among those providing entertainment.

Faculty Advisor Carl Applewhaite Jr. said the show was great and he was pleased with the attendance. He reminded that the money raised would be divided between the Harrison College Graduating Class of 2013 and the Debating Society.

Prizes included trophies, jewellery from Diamonds International and Colombian Emeralds, photo shoots, six of them were chosen to model at BMEX and one person is being offered an international contract with Gadal Model Management.

This year’s competition started with 20 contestants, 10 males and 10 females, before being whittled down to a 12. Contestants were required to participate in photo shoots with themes ranging from Monochrome, Vintage, Jungle, Toga to Elements.

Additionally, each week the contestants competed in the Runway segment at school where they were challenged to depict divas/”divos”, personal style, colour-coded and street style. (DS)

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