TAMU MCPHERSON

Born in Jamaica. Raised in New York. Now residing in Milan. I started taking street style photographs in 2006 for Glamour.it. Shortly after, I began writing feature pieces for Vogue Pelle and became a contributor at Elle Italia. I launched All the Pretty Birds in November 2008. Before becoming Editor-in-Chief of Grazia.it in February 2011, a position that I held until September 2013, I had the great pleasure … Continue reading TAMU MCPHERSON

Introducing Tribe Nine by Troy Oraine Williamson

Troy Oraine Williamson, Stylist & Fashion Designer, a former dancer (he’s worked for Beyonce, MTV and X-Factor), turned entrepreneur, started Tribe Nine Studios after a brainwave moment in the Big Apple, while working at M5, a multi-branded luxury sportswear showroom. It was the amalgamation of his fashion, photography and design experience that drove him to conceptualise Tribe Nine, a multi-functional branding and design agency. Photography … Continue reading Introducing Tribe Nine by Troy Oraine Williamson

MEILING

Very few people in the Caribbean are automatically known by their first name and Meiling (Esau) is the tour de force behind the premier fashion house, not only in Trinidad but throughout the Caribbean and South America. “People think, because I’m a Caribbean designer, everything that comes out of me must be bright and tie-dyed. I say, no, I’m just a designer who happens to … Continue reading MEILING

Davina Bennett… The Afro Queen

Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett might not have won the first place crown at this year’s Miss Universe pageant, but she definitely made a lasting impression. The 21-year-old philanthropist chose to take the pageant stage with her natural hair, an afro, instead of the common blowouts and extensions we see time after time on pageant stages. Afros and the natural hairstyles of people of colour are … Continue reading Davina Bennett… The Afro Queen

The Voice A Woman Festival with Grace Jones

Join us for THE VOICE OF A WOMAN FESTIVAL JAMAICA 2018 featuring women in the arts raising their ‘voices’ to support a campaign to end violence against women and girls in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Opening with Jamaica’s very own GRACE JONES and the Jamaica Premiere of her film GRACE JONES: BLOODLIGHT AND BAMI followed by a conversation with her about her life and work. … Continue reading The Voice A Woman Festival with Grace Jones

Capturing The Jamaican Culture (Shot By Deth)

To quote words from the most prolific dancehall artist of the 21st century, Vybz Kartel “Dancehall a mi everything”, is a sentiment shared by many both locally and internationally. Within the dancehall sphere, many jobs and opportunities are created, but being able to capture an image of a particular time or occurrence could shift the way we view the dancehall industry or even the Jamaican … Continue reading Capturing The Jamaican Culture (Shot By Deth)