Nothing goes to waste at Ayissa Textile Designs. It’s not a forced attempt at recycling in response to increased conversations about green living. Rather, it’s simply a reflection of the way Ayissa Burnett and her family live on a daily basis. What began as a way to be self-sufficient has blossomed into what you can […]
Latisha King (pictured above) is the owner/founder of GOME Clothing. She is only twenty years old, but she has been in the design business for five years. If you ask her, she’ll tell you she “only” started taking design seriously at age 15, but that’s pretty remarkable in our books. GOME is a unisex […]
Whimsical fascinators from Candifab, vacation-ready crochet pieces from Satadaze and bold designs from Kasava Designs. These set the perfect stage for an exciting 80s-inspired collection called Ghetto Fabulous from Jacqueline Benn-Schuppe on Sunday. The New York-based Barbadian personal shopper and stylist launched some youthful looks under the Sophia Schuppe brand in a high energy […]
There are several blog posts I wanted to write and projects I wanted to execute that I didn’t get to do this year. However, when I think about the fashion events I attended and the posts I managed to complete, I feel like I at least got something done. Let’s recap. Barbadian and Caribbean designers showed […]
The runway shows for Bridgetown Barbados Fashion Week 2013 will begin tomorrow. Here’s how I’ll be keeping you in the know.
Last weekend I was privileged to attend a concert hosted by the Barbados Youth Development Council. It included two fashion segments from two young local designers. First up is odBo!h with T-shirts for even the most discerning fashionistas on their casual days followed by LindaBelle Creations for those classy evenings. *Photos by Reco Moore* As […]