A Chat with Latisha King, Founder of GOME Clothing

  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 […]

Your Summer Wardrobe (via Pompasette Brunch Party)

  “If yuh ready fi di summa let’s go Shout it out and let mi know” – With all due credit to Beenie Man, of course. Being ready for summer means knowing what you’re going to wear for carnival events, parties, cruises and lazy days lounging by the pool or beach.Once again this year, the […]

Barbadian Designers Impress as Sophia Schuppe launches Ghetto Fabulous

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 […]

The Trop Shop: Bringing Caribbean Designers and Shoppers Together

  You may know Leah Marville as a former Miss Barbados World, a model, a TV host or a lawyer. But did you know about the innovative fashion business venture she is pursuing?  Leah recently sat down with InMyWardrobe to discuss The Trop Shop.  At first glance, Trop Shop is an e-commerce platform for regional fashion designers […]

10 Questions With Jerrianne Alleyne of J.Riviera

  If you like your clothing breezy and easy to wear, J.Riviera is the brand for you. Designer Jerrianne Alleyne launched the Pineapple Beach Collection recently and the pieces were all perfect for island weather. Here are ten things to know about her and the brand. 1. How did J.Riviera get started and what’s behind […]

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From the Catwalk: Pompasette Brunch Party Highlights

Another Pompasette event, another impressive display of fashion and design talent. I’ve been covering Pompasette-related fashion events since 2013 (Pomp Wknd at the time) and I have never been disappointed with the design talent on show. Last year’s pop-up shops also made it easy to purchase Caribbean-made clothing and accessories. This was a much-needed outlet […]