Bikini Under the Bridge fashions with a cause

Jada Giddings, daughter of Junior Giddings, and late cancer victim, Karen Pompey Giddings, lead models in creations from the Teen Swim line.
JRG Entertainment

A cutting edge collection of swimwear lit up the runway at the 10th Annual Bikini Under The Bridge fashion event in Dumbo, Brooklyn, and raked in much needed funds for breast cancer awareness programs to benefit survivors, and themed: “To Brooklyn With Love.”

This year, the show presented a Teen Swim line for boys and girls 13-16, and featured son, Jordan and daughter, Jada of Junior Giddings, and late wife Karen Pompey Giddings, a cancer victim.

The popular promoter of JRG Entertainment, featured a Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Carpet Show, on July 8, followed by a runway show where models sizzled on the catwalk, in brilliant hues, and sexy designers to draw attention to breast cancer.

Giddings, a Guyanese-American who has been promoting beauty and fashion in the community, will donate part of the proceeds to the Health & Education Relief Organization for Cancer (HEROC), headed by President Lorna Welshman-Neblett, who help hundreds of survivors during yearly medical missions to the republic.

JRG, creator of the decades long fashion event calls his company a fashion powerhouse, and aims to deliver upscale entertainment while providing networking and recreational opportunity with a focus on the multicultural community at large.

His company has partnered with both, for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in New York City for over a decade to provide diverse forums for models, designers, make-up artists, hairstylist, and musical artists of all ethnicities, to showcase their talents.

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A model in a stunning creation at Bikini Under The Bridge fashion event to benefit breast cancer awareness.
JRG Entertainment

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