Deborah Cox Celebrates 20 Years in the Biz, Plus Releases Hot New Single, “Kinda Mis You” for Upcoming Album

Legendary gay icon, Deborah Cox, “Nobody’s Supposed to be Here”, performed last night to some of her core fans on the Atlantis Caribbean cruise. The singer, who is widely known in the gay community, is also known for her Broadway performances in “Jekyll and Hyde” and “Aida”. On top of that she released a critically […] Click to read more »

The Fashion Moda in Jamaica is more than ready to walk the Global Runway

Accepting the invitation of Kerry Ann Clark to attend the third annual Collection Moda, allowed me a thorough insight on the quickly changing landscape of fashion in the Caribbean. The Collection Moda is a brilliant weekend in Kingston Jamaica showcasing some of the best emerging talent in the industry in addition to established international designers. […] Click to read more »

CZAR by Cesar Galindo is Inspired by the Caribbean for Spring 2015 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week – Video Interview

For Spring 2015 Cesar Galindo was inspired by his recent visits and showings in the Caribbean. His “Vacation Collection” is free and easy with some fitted silhouettes, making it a modern and sophisticated wearable collection. Carlton Jones caught of with Cesar backstage to discuss the new collection with Cesar and find out how the designer […] Click to read more »

Designer Anya Ayoung-Chee shows her first collection at New York Fashion Week following her Project Runway Win

Winning Project Runway was a huge victory for Trinidad born, Anya Ayoung-Chee. Now she’s set to take on the her first collection for New York Fashion Week. For this collection, Anya stayed true to her Caribbean roots calling this collection the ‘Carnival of Color’. The designer divides her time between New York and the Caribbean […] Click to read more »

The least famous part of the Caribbean : Dutch Antilles – CURACAO By Branca Sister

Curacao is an island near the coast of Venezuela. It’s only a 40 minute flight, from Caracas, to arrive there. It is 444 square km and it is the biggest island from the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao)- all part of the Netherlands Antilles. Although their official language is Dutch, they speak Papiamento, which […] Click to read more »