I’ve broken it down your packing into categories; beach, fete and road– the main three places you will need to be. Other than this you will be recovering with sleep on someone’s couch. You can save the space for pajamas and just borrow a T-shirt from your boyfriend (or whoever).… Read More How to Pack For Trinidad Carnival 2019:
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Today and tomorrow for Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday, while you’re shopping the many deals, please consider making a donation to one of the many organizations linked below or any other organization for that matter. While we may volunteer or make donations monthly or once a year, these organizations are doing work EVERY DAY to support the… Read More It’s Giving Tuesday! Time to GIVE Back
When we sat to think about our Woman Crush Wednesday, we all let out a resounding yes when we mentioned Cocoa Vintage’s founder Crystal Antoine Alleyne. Crystal is the artist behind one of Trinidad and Tobago’s most adorable miniature sculptures; wearable art in the form of tropical-themed jewelry. Way ahead of her time, Crystal was… Read More Crushin’ on Cocoa Vintage
When Abby talked to me about interviewing a journalist for this blog, I was a little intimidated. Melissa Noel is not just any journalist you see, she is literally a voice for Caribbean people in the Diaspora. She speaks for me, and the other four million like me, who have feet in two homes across… Read More A conversation with Journalist Melissa Noel about her Caribbean Badge of Honor
Lisa Gittens, is a cup of naturally sweetened coconut yogurt on a warm, sunny day. She is a cool breeze, and a light drizzle; a budding orchid and the shiny pink colour of grapefruits. Sew Lisa designer, Lisa Gittens, much like her clothing, is a delight. At Bene Caribe, we have been so happy to… Read More Why we love Sew Lisa sew much
I have forever been preoccupied with defining the Caribbean Aesthetic, while so many fashion professionals living and creating in the region have told me not to bother. We’re not that stereotype- they would say. We’re growing out of that and now look more like them. We are not limited to one look. I attended a… Read More On the heels of Caribbean Style Week, What is Caribbean Fashion?