Trinidad and Tobago: A new reality show named “CARNIVAL CATWALK” is all set to be filmed in Trinidad and Tobago. It will showcase the unique blend of fashion with Carnival.
The first season of the show will be filmed in Trinidad and Tobago from September to October 2023.
The show will be broadcasted to millions of viewers via international streaming platforms alongside local and regional TV networks. It is produced by Itz Rome, Star Global Production Studios, Pavillion Plus + and some of the producers of Project Runway.
While showcasing the Caribbean elements, the show will perfectly diffuse with the fashion, entertainment, tourism, and culture of the region. With the Carnival twist, the show’s vibrant display of the head-to-head fashion designer competition TV show.
In the show, ten of the top Carnival Costume and fashion designers from across the Caribbean and international fashion designers will all be housed together. They all will be put through creative fashion competitions.
The show will be hosted by VH1 reality TV actor and local celebrity host Itz Rome. The judging team of the challenge will be included renowned fashion designer and former Project Runway winner Anya Ayoung Chee and Miss Universe 1997 and former Caribbean’s Next Top Model host and producer Wendy Fitzwilliam alongside international celebrity guest judges.
The show will provide the opportunity to display their designs internationally to the winners of the Carnival Catwalk. There will also be a life-changing cash prize and a trip to attend an international fashion week, among other sponsored prizes for the winners.
Carnival Catwalk also announced its partnerships with the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts, FilmTT, FashionTT, The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Made 868, UTT, MIC, C15 Studios, Lollabee Productions and Sacha Cosmetics as they all converge their distinct expertise to bring to life this dynamic fusion of fashion, culture, and entertainment.
Vital Casting (Casting directors of Project Runway, Legally Blonde Two and Making the Cut) also invited the casting call for fashion and carnival designers. They said that interested applicants can apply for the show.