When the fashionable Tribeca 360 hosts Caribbean Week New York’s stellar event, Rum & Rhythm, an elegant and attractive figure will grace its floors.

Reality television star Chantelle Fraser will make an appearance at the ultimate Caribbean cultural and epicurean experience, organized by the Caribbean Tourism Organization.

Chantelle is one of the newest members of the hit TV show "Blood, Sweat & Heels", the reality series which chronicles the lives of Manhattan’s feistiest go-getters. It airs on the American cable television network, Bravo!.

“‘Heels’ yeah! Chantelle Fraser shakes it up on Bravo,” the New York Post screams in a headline in reference to the Brit with a sharp eye for beauty, talent and professionalism.

Born in the UK to Jamaican parents, Chantelle Fraser is an entertainment entrepreneur and graduate from the London School of Economics. In 2006, Chantelle founded Flawless NYC, a successful promotional company that is the go-to agency for booking entertainment and talent for high-end events and prestigious brands. Chantelle is a fashion lover who enjoys the finer things in life and prides herself on being completely self-sufficient. A proud practicing vegan, Chantelle is passionate about healthy living and fitness, a lover of animals (especially her westie, Milkshake) and an avid supporter in the anti-fur movement.

Rum & Rhythm takes guests on an enchanting journey that encapsulates the vibrant cultures, eclectic cuisines, pulsating rhythms and quintessential experiences that make the Caribbean the most desirable warm weather destination. Guests are exposed to the varied rums of the Caribbean, as well as the talents and artistic flair of some of the Caribbean’s award winning artistes, chefs and mixologists.

“I’m very proud of being of Caribbean descent and I’m very passionate about promoting the Caribbean,” said the entertainment entrepreneur. “I think it’s important to help to showcase the diversity and vibrancy of the Caribbean. We have a very rich and vibrant culture and the world needs to know about it.”