Previously it was Daniel Dinnall who grabbed the headlines. But without doubt the penultimate Kaluga Fashion Month show, staged last Saturday, belonged to Alicia Clahar.The 25-year-old designer, who models her own pieces as well, is clearly not afraid to push the proverbial envelope by being daring, edgy and appealing. Her sexy eye-popping white mesh beachwear turned quite a few heads on yet another good night for upcoming designers. In front of a packed Kaluga Kafe, Clahar made good use of the opportunity showcasing her gift, a talent which she envisages to take her to higher heights. “It was very, very important seeing that a lot of people that I don’t know get to see my stuffs and loving it,” Clahar told Old Harbour News afterwards, while adding the pieces displayed reflects her personality. “I really see myself going far because I see myself as a very talented individual and winning even Mission Catwalk.” Not to be outdone though was Daltonette Crawford, who made a statement of her own with her DeeBeaut Collection of custom-made bags suitable for any occasion and Roxanne Rose-Genas’s Be Beaded jewellery. Crawford, an Edna Manley College graduate, began her craft making bags during moments of leisure, she told the audience. Soon her bags were in demand from friends and acquaintances and what was just a hobby of sort is now real business.