Crayon Modelling Club is a registered modelling and fashion association at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) in Kakamega County.
The club was started on 29th July 2018. Its main purpose is to offer a platform to designers and models at all levels and from all categories to showcase their talents and skills in a superb manner.
In collaboration with the office of Mr/Miss MMUST and Peer Counselling club, they have organized a highly decorative fashion event which will take place tomorrow at MPH 001.It will cater for all fashion designers and models.
Guests to look upon will be Mr. World Kenya and top model Hellen. Hellen is a senior advisor and modelling teacher in addition to being a fashion guru and motivational speaker.
Crayon Modelling Club officials include:
1. Phill Abuto – Chairperson
2. Tinah Wanjiku – Deputy Chairperson
3.Arnold Curtis – Organizing Secretary
4.Cecilia Lubanga – Secretary General
5.Anzagalaga Christabel – Assistant Organizing Secretary
Arnold Curtis is Mr. Homa Bay county finalist, Mr. South Nyanza finalist, Mr. MMUST finalist and a model trainer. Cecilia Lubanga is Miss MMUST 2nd runners up 2017/2018, Miss Tourism Kakamega finalist and Miss Essence Kenya.
Phill Abuto is the current Mr. MMUST . He is a Mr South Nyanza finalist, Mr Bondo finalist, motivational speaker and also trains models. Tinah Wanjiku is the current Miss MMUST. She is a make-up model, modelling judge, motivational speaker and a business lady.
Crayon Modelling Club had the first peagentry event of Mr/Miss Freshers MMUST. The event encouraged more people to join the club as it created a platform for every model, including Plus Size Models. Abby, the current Miss Jumbo has encouraged Plus Size modelling which has enabled the club to sign over 6 new Plus Size models this year.
Crayon Modelling Club has charity projects within MMUST and surrounding Kakamega County. They recently carried out a School Cleanup Exercise towards the end of last month. The event was highly appreciated by the entire MMUST fraternity.
The club also had a Bread For Street Project. Under this, they contributed some cash to buy bread and soft drinks for street children. On the same day, they donated clothes and presented the street children with gifts. Counselling and education on the effects of drug abuse was also taken care of.
The Bread For Street Project was started by Carlos who is also its Chairperson. The event is supported by EAC, KHETIAS, UNIMART, MANGAS and Ministry of Youth Affairs.
Arnold Curtis(Organizing Secretary, Crayon Modelling Club)