Eco-Friendly Artistry at Ayissa Textile Designs

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 […]

jahlee jeans, roy thompson

Talking Fashion with Roy Thompson (Video)

Roy Thompson knows his way around a piece of denim. And he wants to take his brand Jahlee Jeans throughout the region. He’s another Barbadian designer you need to get to know! Special thanks once again to Emerald Model Management and Nu Visual Media! Meet some more Caribbean fashion creatives. Sign up for the bi-monthly Fashion in Five newsletter and get […]

Dabble by Abigail Doyle

Talking Fashion with Abigail Doyle (Video)

Let’s get to know Dabble by Abigail Doyle, a two-year-old Barbadian clothing and accessories brand. Abigail designs comfortable pieces for ladies who often can’t find what they need in stores. Check her out on IG! Thanks to Emerald Model Management for the hookup and Nu Visual Media for the video! Meet some more Caribbean fashion creatives. Sign up for the […]

Original Stush to Launch Caribbean Resort Line

Guyanese designer Carlos Anthony is set to make a big return to the Caribbean after several years on the New York fashion scene. The head designer of Original Stush will be launching a brand specifically for the region. The luxury resort line will be manufactured in Guyana and Barbados will be the distribution hub. From […]

Ten Questions with Raquel Leid of Always Leid

You probably know by now that I’m a huge fan of easy to wear clothing that still makes a statement. When I saw the Always Leid collection which Grenadian Raquel Leid showed at the Pompasette Brunch Party earlier this year, it definitely fit the bill. The vibrant prints and colours just stood out.  I just […]

Caribbean Sandal Brands You Need to Know

When we think about regional fashion creatives we don’t often think about Caribbean shoe brands. Clothing, bags and jewellery tend to get all the shine since there are definitely more people making them. And of course, those leather craftsmen who can be found on virtually every island usually aren’t on social media. It’s more of a word […]

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