Topic Tag: jewellery

Fashion and Jewellery, Trinidad and Tobago

Accessories After The Fact

Caribbean designers are drawing on one of the earth’s most exotic palettes to twist tradition and create accessories from indigenous...

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Travel, Shopping, Sint Maarten, St. Martin

Not just a shoppers’ paradise

Discover Sint Maarten and Saint Martin Where else in the world can you get two countries and cultures for the price of one? Where you can...

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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, Fashion and Jewellery, Barbados

Bajan beauties: designers Shayla Cox and Kimberley Angoy

With “summer” right around the corner, now is the perfect time to hone your style for vacation days ahead. And designers Shayla Cox and...

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Fashion and Jewellery, Culture, Arts

Jewels of the Caribbean

Meet some of the Caribbean’s finest “private jewellers”, who take pride in producing one-of-a-kind hand-crafted pieces. Using...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery, Dominican Republic

Stand apart: Kristy Collado

As a child in the Dominican Republic, designer Kristy Collado found the process of bringing her ideas to life simply magical. Today her...

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Embark, Fashion and Jewellery

Clean lines: Trinidadian jewellery designer Janice Derrick

With expert craftsmanship inspired by clean lines, natural forms, and a sense of movement, it’s really no surprise that the work of...

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Culture, Fashion and Jewellery, Arts

Coral, crystal, coconut shell and copper

Rêve Teasea and Duane Bennett Funky, colourful, natural products It all began with bubblegum for Rêve. It was a bubblegum sculpture that...

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