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, said Gill was involved in a dispute with two Guyanese men when the assault occurred in the home, just outside the capital, Bridgetown. He was stabbed in the abdomen and armpit.At the moment not much is known about Gill, or his alleged assailants who are now in police custody. Initial reports were that Gill was a Guyanese. Those reports have since been corrected to read that he was Barbadian.Foster, 68, on the other hand is known throughout the island’s fashion community,Wholesale NFL Jerseys
, and is credited as being among those to put Barbados on the map with clothes designs.He apparently collapsed close to the location of his business venture, ‘Simon Peter Disciples of Style’, and in the vicinity of his Jubilance Gardens home in Sandy Lane.Media reports yesterday quoted a business partner and fellow well-known designer, Peter Bowen, bewailing his untimely passing. “Simon didn’t deserve to die in the street like this. All I am is because of him. He was my mentor, best friend and introduced me to elite international clientele,” Bowen said.Born in Guyana to Barbadian parents, Foster was trained at the Royal College of Art in London, and returned to Barbados in the 1970s, where he quickly became a style icon among jetsetters on the island’s west coast.Foster was once described by the London Mail Online newspaper as “the darling of the Barbadian rich set”. The paper further stated, “Foster has clothed virtually every wealthy woman who winters in Barbados… Everyone who is anyone on the island knows him and adores the clothes he makes”.