Fashion and Jewellery

Embark, Arts and Architecture, Fashion and Jewellery, Music, Festivals and Events

Need to know | Event calendar (Jan/Feb 2022)

Essential info to help you make the most of January and February — even in the middle of a pandemic

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Immerse, Fashion and Jewellery, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Maskerade | Make style

It’s one of the most visible aspects of the COVID-19 era: the new ubiquity of masks, worn to slow the spread of the virus. It began months ago with practical but unflattering surgical masks, but around the world, and here in the Caribbean, designers like Trinidadian James Hackett soon got to work on more spirited versions. Shelly-Ann Inniss learns more

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Advertorial, Immerse, Fashion and Jewellery, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

K2K — Where fashion meets mas (with a purpose)

Brand: K2K Alliance & Partners 2020 Collection: The Greatest Show Section: The Power of Believing (Believe that you...

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Fashion and Jewellery, People, Trinidad and Tobago

An evening with Dany Sanz

A special invitation from Neishel Vilain Pierron and Band of the Year K2K Alliance & Partners brought French make-up artist Dany Sanz to Trinidad

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Culture, Fashion and Jewellery

Suit Yourself | Fashion Beat (Jan/Feb 1996)

This is the best time of the year in the Caribbean: clear bright days, cool nights, Carnival in the air – it’s time to head for...

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Culture, Fashion and Jewellery, Lifestyle, Barbados

Sun, Sea & Style (Autumn 1992)

Nyzinga Onifa, Simon Foster, and Derek and Anna Went Generations of visitors have enjoyed Barbados’s sun and sea, but the...

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Fashion and Jewellery, Business, Trinidad and Tobago

Cool Cool Cotton

Airy cottons, sunbright colours- these are the hallmarks of many young Caribbean designers. The three design houses featured here are based...

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