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Wardrobe dictatorship

Jaden Smith in Chanel

Guyana is one bizarre place filled with much hypocrisy. Sometimes it is not until you remove yourself from an environment that you begin to recognize some of the foolishness you once freely entertained.

Nothing to Laugh About 9 for National Cultural Centre

A scene from a previous show

The rip-roaring comedy show “Nothing to Laugh About” returns to the National Cultural Centre from July 22 to 25. The ninth edition of the show stars Michael “Credit” Ignatius, Lyndon “Jumbie” Jones, Kirwyn Mars, Leon Cummings, Clemencio Goddette, Brian Goodman, Chris Gopaul, Leza “Radica” Singh, Simone Persaud, Mark “Chinee Man” Kazim, Zoya Moore, Ashley Alfred, Johann David, Leslyn Bobb-Semple, Sonia Yarde and Mark-Luke Edwards.

Sonia Noel hosts talking style

Sonia Noel with ‘Mommy Millionaire’ Kim Lavine

In an effort to encourage persons to interact more at fashion events and to provoke dialogue about life experiences in a relaxed atmosphere Sonia Noel Designs is hosting a four-day event titled ‘Conversa-tions & Clothing’.

Delesa Archer: From school concerts to New York Fashion Week

Delesa Archer

Delesa Archer grew up watching Tyra Banks on America’s Next Top Model and hearing comments on her tall and slender figure, so it came as no surprise when she chose to pursue modelling; a choice that has seen her take the runway in international designer brands including Yeezy Season 2, a Kanye West clothing line and Jreamer, a Jerome Lamar brand that Beyoncé has become affiliated with in many of her song videos.

The value of craftsmanship

Lystra Adams and friends at the Royal Ascot

Those who know me well are aware of my deep appreciation for millinery and the craftsmanship that surrounds it. I think this interest stems from being completely fascinated by the women I admire and find interesting.

Fit closes Spectrum 12

Pride party on tonight

20160625Fit

Painting the Spectrum 12, SASOD’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival comes to a close next week with Spectrum Night, screening of Fit and the customary painting the spectrum.

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