Dominica: Melissa Skerrit shares update on first Creole wear Friday

Melissa Poponne Skerrit- Parliamentary Representative for Roseau Central Constituency, shared the update on the opening of the first Creole wear Friday through her social media. She called it a beautiful sight to behold.

Dominica: Melissa Skerrit shares update on first Creole wear Friday
Dominica: Melissa Skerrit shares update on first Creole wear Friday

Roseau, Dominica: Melissa Poponne Skerrit– Parliamentary Representative for Roseau Central Constituency, shared the update on the opening of the first Creole wear Friday through her social media. She called it a beautiful sight to behold.

She also stated that as the month progresses, she has been looking forward to seeing many people. Melissa Skerrit noted, “Our first Creole wear Friday was a beautiful sight to behold. I look forward to seeing many, many more of you in full regalia as the month progresses.”

She also asked the people to keep an eye on her team as they are going to be out every October Friday capturing the cultural wear.

“Please be on the lookout for my team as we are going to be out every October Friday capturing the cultural wear. Stay tuned for updates on Creole Friday, “Melissa Skerrit added.

The Commonwealth of Dominica has been hosting several activities for the month of October. The country has been celebrating the Independence season and announced a series of activities for the entire month.

Earlier, Melissa Skerrit also announced the Creole wear Dons and Divas, which is also known as the array of traditional and contemporary wear. She stated that the month of October is filled with the celebration of the Independence, language, culture, lifestyle, people and sense of identity of Dominica.

She added, “When the Independence season is here we do not fail to prepare! Come see the gorgeous array of traditional and contemporary Creole wear in this year’s collection at @Dons & Divas.”

The month of October is a time when they celebrate independence, our language, culture, lifestyle, people and sense of identity. Outlining the significance of the collection for this year, she stated, “This year’s collection pays homage to all of these things, both old and new. Come get your complete Creole Couture to look while supplies last.”

Dominica is all set to host the World Creole Music Festival at the end of October month. It will witness the rocking performance of various music stars like Burna Boy.