Jamaica 50 shoes touches down in London
Touching down in London today, the Jamaica 50 Shoes made a bold statement as ten models wearing a pair of Jamaica 50 shoes walked through the Street of south London on the first leg of this amazing journey. The journey which will include major cities across the UK was extremely well received.
With temperatures peaking around 80 degrees, the colour and vibrancy of the Caribbean was on full display in Brixton south London.
The combination of ten beautiful models parading through the streets wearing these exquisite eye-catching Jamaica 50 shoes was a first. The amazing spectacle drew in crowds of spectators and school children.
Shoe Designer Dionne Gooding said: “Being of Jamaican parentage I wanted to create something that reflected my culture and contribute to Jamaica’s 50th year of Independence.
“I wanted to bring a feminine touch to the celebrations and as I am a shoe designer, the Jamaica 50 Shoes was a natural decision.”
The Jamaica 50 Shoes have taken eight months to design and they have undergone rigorous testing before they were ready for release.
Partick Weir from Flyer News said: “Dionne has demonstrated a level of professionalism far beyond her years. She only graduated in 2008 and already is recognised as an international designer.”
“I am very happy with the London launch and encouraged by the public’s support here in London today,” said the young Shoe Designer – Dionne Gooding.
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