As fashion month swings into top gear, as usual, there is a designer who goes viral.
I was browsing YouTube the other day and came across a video of H&M promoting the notion of re-fashioning and re-wearing the clothes in your wardrobe.
It was Miuccia Prada who said fashion is an instant language. While some may beg to differ, I personally believe politicians and women married to politicians must learn to master the art of “talking through their clothes” and using it as a channel to communicate their values and beliefs.
I was in conversation earlier this week with a friend of mine and I was relating to her the frustration of being stylish in a world where fashion has become ‘dog cheap’.
A few weeks ago Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan would have enforced the 2 am cap on nightlife.
Just last week over in Port of Spain, Anya Ayoung Chee’s establishment HOMETT played host to an event called Fashion Focus.
Ageing worries me. They say your style evolves with time but the thought of getting old still scares me.
Far too often in the fashion industry we override certain developments and movements because fashion has this crazy partisan attitude attached to it.
Not too many female dancehall artists in the Caribbean have managed to acquire a social media following like Spice and establish stable brand identity.
It’s been just over a month since the new government has been in power and boy oh boy was I dying to see the wardrobe of the new President!
Not many are aware that the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) actually has a fashion school attached to it.
It’s impossible to get dressed and not think of what other people may think of your outfit, especially if you happen to be a fashion conscious person.
We have become fixated with using the word “summer” for the months July and August and having adapted the season terminology, we also take everything that comes with it.
I got the chance to style Lisa Punch again last Saturday for the Swearing-In Ceremony for President David Granger.
During the course of the election season, I played stylist to Lisa’s image for her rally appearances.
This week my focus is on the style diary of the women who performed at the GDF Anniversary concert last week: Guyanese Jacki Jaxx and Timeka Marshal and Jamaican Tanya Stephens.
Every year, an iconic piece invades the fashion world and becomes the ultimate must have.
Consider this week’s article a continuation of my local finds from last week.
I did a bit of shopping and browsing locally about a week ago, as I’m trying my best to stay away from internet shopping.
Once a month on a Saturday, between the hours of 6 am and 10 am, Dennis Street experiences a severe traffic jam.
Over the years, the fashion industry has learnt to become more accommodating and welcoming to all women.
UK-based Guyanese style icon Lystra Adams, commonly referred to as ‘the Queen of Instagram’ is possibly the most vivacious Caribbean woman of style to follow on the social media platform-Instagram.
Kees Dieffenthaller, lead singer of Kes the Band, is incredibly gorgeous. I don’t know what your taste buds are like, but when it comes to men, if they’re talented, ambitious and good looking, they are ‘my type’.
Meiling officially launched her entire ‘Borrowed from The Boys’ Collection last year at HomeTT in Trinidad.
If you are expecting me to tell you how fabulous my Mashramani was, think again!
Hey Guys, I am finally back in Guyana after a 50-day detox situation.
As my time in Europe winds down, today I decided to share some photos and experiences from my trip.
In keeping with my promise to always feature style sessions with local artists here is another one.
Germany is home to two exceptional car manufacturers: Mercedes Benz and BMW. It’s a place where some of the electrical energy is produced from windmills installed in the ocean bed.
When we think of fashion capitals, London, Paris, Milan and New York immediately come to mind.
So, if you follow me on Instagram you must have figured out by now that I have been missing in action in Guyana since late December.
I got back from Port-of-Spain on Monday afternoon after a long and tiring week of fashion shows, collection viewing events and art exhibitions.
When Lisa Punch was on centre stage a few months ago, a lot of questions were asked in connection with the local support given to local artists.
Last Sunday I left for Trinidad and Tobago to review a pop-up shop hosted by Emma Forster Hiscock, Stephanie Rydle and Ain Earle.
You have probably had a friend tell you: “You are way prettier than her.” Or perhaps you have even asked for this justification to feel better about yourself at some point in time.