Anya Ayoung-Chee is a powerhouse Trinidadian fashion designer, social entrepreneur, the winner of the 2011 season of Project Runway, and an impassioned human rights activist. With all that she has and is accomplishing, Anya could easily be consumed with self-promotion.
Stunning and simple, Trinidad-based Willow and Oak is a contemporary brand that is a local favorite by our partner in highlighting Trinidadian businesses to support, Anya Ayoung-Chee. While we were unable to connect directly with the brand’s founder, Shandelle Loregnard,
For The Girl and the Magpie’s founder, Veronique Linard, the line straddles the worlds of jewelry, art, craft, and, even more importantly, environmental activism. According to Veronique, each piece of handmade jewelry should evoke thought around nature and how our actions
Street photographer Marina Burnel has turned the Covid19 pandemic into an opportunity to create photo memories for families in lockdown, while raising much-needed funds for Maxfield Park Children’s Home in Jamaica. The idea, Marina says, was borrowed from The Front Step
Hmgrwn & Co. is a skincare line that is cruelty free, toxin free and gluten free - made with bioactive, native Jamaican ingredients. After spending 11 years working in finance in New York City, Danielle Terrelong decided to move back