Brockton Sharisse Scott-Rawlins designs for Caribbean Fashion Week

BROCKTON — Sharisse Scott-Rawlins commenced a fashion business from hand-painting T-shirts in large school to designing a collection for Boston’s Caribbean Manner 7 days

Scott-Rawlins was presented an assignment in a sophomore environmental science course at Brockton Large College and made the decision to showcase the work by way of a hand-painted T-shirt. 

Though cruising through the halls, a trainer stopped the younger designer and requested 30 shirts of her own for a bachelorette party.

Sharisse Scott-Rawlins, a Brockton High School alum, owns BySharisse, a fashion brand.

“The mother of the bride beloved the shirts so significantly she requested me to make 30 much more for all the waitresses to don for the reception celebration,” Scott-Rawlins reported. “That was the get started of my company. It wasn’t something that was prepared, but it’s a little something that I love undertaking.” 

Just after fulfilling the shirt ask for, Scott-Rawlins made a decision to kick her manner design vocation into superior gear and acquire it more seriously. She went on to Lasell University, earning a bachelor’s in vogue design and productions in 2016.