BROCKTON — Sharisse Scott-Rawlins started out a fashion business from hand-painting T-shirts in substantial school to coming up with a selection for Boston’s Caribbean Style Week. 

Scott-Rawlins was provided an assignment in a sophomore environmental science class at Brockton Higher Faculty and made the decision to showcase the work by means of a hand-painted T-shirt. 

Although cruising through the halls, a instructor stopped the younger designer and asked for 30 shirts of her possess for a bachelorette social gathering.

“The mom of the bride cherished the shirts so significantly she asked me to make 30 more for all the waitresses to dress in for the reception get together,” Scott-Rawlins said. “That was the start off of my business enterprise. It wasn’t some thing that was prepared, but it is one thing that I adore executing.” 

Just after fulfilling the shirt ask for, Scott-Rawlins decided to kick her vogue style and design career into superior equipment and get it a lot more seriously. She went on to Lasell University, earning a bachelor’s in trend design and productions in 2016.