Author: Alia Michele Orane

Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, Trinidad and Tobago

Thank God it’s Monday

The saying “less is more” perfectly describes Trinidadian Chandra Maharaj’s creations. She’s been designing for as long as she can...

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Embark, Arts, Jamaica

Mara Made Designs — wood for life

After years of working in the corporate world, Tamara Harding kissed her nine-to-five job goodbye, to delve into her creative talents. The...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, Grenada

Grenada’s Ana Granada: cool looks for hot weather

Ana Granada: a treasure hidden on the small island of Grenada. After moving back home from New York, the designer found the dry seasons...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, Trinidad and Tobago

Bene Caribe — good to wear

Since its 2015 launch, Bene Caribe has become one of the most talked-about style brands within the Caribbean. The Trinidadian fashion house...

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Embark, Culture, Fashion and Jewellery, Arts, British Virgin Islands

Let them bloom: Kristin Frazer

Finding the perfect swimsuit can sometimes be an exhausting task. Thankfully, designer Kristin Frazer of Trèfle is here to kiss our...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, People, Jamaica

Fly gal style

In her current hometown of New York City, Jamaican designer Samantha Black transformed a nineteenth-century church into a lively fashion...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, Shopping, Trinidad and Tobago

’Tis the season

There’s no question, shopping for the holiday season can be beyond exhausting. Luckily, the visually arresting island of Trinidad is home...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, Sint Maarten

Elodie Auvray: the art of style

Elodie Auvray always had a love for art, and originally wanted a career in interior design. After earning a high school degree in...

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