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Gillian gives hope

Fashion designer Gillian Curry-Williams, fifth right, during the cutting of the cake at the launch of Hope Magazine. She is pictured with, from left, Hayden Seymour, grandson; Heidi Munroe, daughter; Denise Lewis-Johnson; Ayhisha Small-Cleare; Crystal Murray; Franklyn Williams, husband; Letitia Curry, mother; and Donovan Curry, son. DONALD KNOWLES

Fashion designer Gillian Curry-Williams’ launch of the first edition of Hope Magazine, which continues with her personal mission which she says is to embrace, embellish and empower women.

In the first edition of Hope, a quarterly publication, Curry invites readers into her world. She shares her story and the hope that she always held onto, no matter what adversity she faced.

You can also read the stories of a number of Hurricane Dorian survivors who survived the monster storm along with everyday life challenges, and who remain steadfast in moving forward.

The fashion designer also showcases designs under her Remilda Rose Designs brand, and of course you can learn about pattern she created – a collection of different colors that each represent a different type of cancer. It’s a pattern that she later developed into a fabric called the Fabric of Hope. And now she has debuted Hope Magazine.

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