CHARMAINE SPICER IN THE NEWS
Museum of the City of New York
Metropolitain Museum of Art 1998
"Millennium Woman," 1998
Catsuit of black spandex applied with hologram film of miniature dots
Designed by Charmaine Spicer for the crowning festivities in 1998 of “Miss Trinidad & Tobago,” held on September 20, 1998, at the Klitgord Auditorium of New York Technical College at 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn New York
Walter Greene June 2010
Tobago born, Florida based fashion designer Charmaine Spicer, whose clothes is sold in over 70 stores across the US, unveiled her new `Spice Rack Designs’ in a juxtaposition of elegant jersey evening gowns with plunging decolette, enhanced by huge jewelled circular waist buckles. Charmaine also flooded the runways with her signature `hiked-up’ cotton dresses and feminine floral baby doll frocks which were etched in lace.
Tobago Fashion Coda
In the midst of the 2013 Tobago Jazz Experience there will be an event at the Magdalena Grand in Lowlands showcasing the work of several local fashion designers. Titled Tobago Fashion Coda, this all-inclusive party will feature the creations of among others; Claudia Pegus, Francis Hendy, Charmaine Spicer and Peter Elias
Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Week, 2010
A creation by Charmaine Spicer of Spice Rack Designs for the New World Style theme during Fashion Week Trinidad and Tobago in Port of Spain June 5, 2010. REUTERS
FWTT Day1 in Tobago
Fashion Houses Earthmember4Life by Ashley Christmas, Krystal's Fashions by Juliet Bernard, Spice Rack Designs by Charmaine Spicer, Nianay by Lydia Arnaud-Lawrence and Crochet Fashions by Jes from Jesse Chapman all debuted their Fashion Week presentations and made quite the splash.