Pulse superstar Oraine Barrett’s successful modelling career has spanned nearly two decades and he is still going strong. Barrett won Pulse’s Male Face of the Caribbean competition in 2002 and would prevail in the years following his discovery. Barrett has maintained his dominance on the men’s side with campaigns for several major global brands including Vogue, L’Officiel, i-D, Interview, V man, and worked for some important menswear fashion companies – Versace, John Varvatos, Phat Farm, Nautica, John Bartlett, Lord & Taylor and most notably, Ralph Lauren. “Shooting for their Olympics campaign was a great achievement, and my relationship with the brand has continued to this day,” noted Barrett. Ralph Lauren, Ralph RLX, Polo, PoloTech, Polo Sports are a range of the products from the company for which Oraine has campaigned over several years. Barrett was one of the star model featured in Lauren’s 50th Anniversary show at the recently concluded New York Fashion Week.
Barret’s fitness bug had hit, and as he took great strides in modelling, he also pursued his certification in fitness and training. Oraine Barett’s highly successful modelling career would be an excellent platform to develop and grow his fitness expertise and entrepreneurial skills – and he could pursue both concurrently.
Oraine Barrett made a great addition to the panel of judges on CMS TV for two seasons. Barret brought a wealth of experience to the series having come full circle as a winner of the CMS live event in the late nineties. He is an exceptional model who is superfit and he has experienced what they are going through now. He is a great example of the accomplishment that can come from having a winning attitude and dedication to his work.