Brockton Sharisse Scott-Rawlins designs for Caribbean Fashion Week

BROCKTON — Sharisse Scott-Rawlins started a fashion business from hand-painting T-shirts in high school to designing a collection for Boston’s Caribbean Fashion Week.  Scott-Rawlins was given an assignment in a sophomore environmental science class at Brockton High School and decided to showcase the work through a hand-painted T-shirt.  While cruising through the halls, a […]

BROCKTON — Sharisse Scott-Rawlins started a fashion business from hand-painting T-shirts in high school to designing a collection for Boston’s Caribbean Fashion Week

Scott-Rawlins was given an assignment in a sophomore environmental science class at Brockton High School and decided to showcase the work through a hand-painted T-shirt. 

While cruising through the halls, a teacher stopped the young designer and requested 30 shirts of her own for a bachelorette party.

“The mother of the bride loved the shirts so much she asked me to make 30 more for all the waitresses to wear for the reception party,” Scott-Rawlins said. “That was the start of my business. It wasn’t something that was planned, but it’s something that I love doing.” 

After fulfilling the shirt request, Scott-Rawlins decided to kick her fashion design career into high gear and take it more seriously. She went on to Lasell University, earning a bachelor’s in fashion design and productions in 2016. 


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