May 16 — 18, 2014
Swimwear / Resort
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Kenwyne Jones (Official Biography pending)
Kenwyne Joel Jones is a Trinidadian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Cardiff City and the Trinidad and Tobago national team. Jones was born in Point Fortin and attended St. Anthony's College. He began his football career with Joe Public. He Click here to read more
“Let’s Do This!” Whether you know her as Aunty Destra or the Q.o.B, the one thing you know for certain at any age, any time or even in any country is that she…. will mash up the place! In the pouring rain, we jump. In hot sun, we wave. In the freezing cold of wintery climates, we wine. She doesn’t just perform, she tattoos Click to read more
Kimba Sorzano, as his aboriginal name suggests is no less than a burning Flame, blazing the trail where ever he goes igniting your passion for music and crooning his way into your heart. Having grown up in the urban town of San Juan, Trinidad, Kimba, from an early age allowed music to court him, shaping his Click to read more
Brent Sancho is notable public figure in Trinidad and Tobago football. His stellar professional and international career (1994-2009) has taken him to represent teams across the United States of America, Europe and Trinidad and Tobago. Brent Sancho has gained 42 caps over the years playing with the T&T Click to read more
...and their SPD Redefined
TFW Trinidad Launch
April 7th at 8:00pm
12 Victoria Avenue, POS
TFW Tobago Launch
May 3rd at 8:00pm
Milford Rd, Crown Point
(between Jade Monkey & Republic Bank)
Tabii Just (http://www.tabiijust.com) is a womenswear clothing label designed and manufactured in New York City that adheres to zero fabric waste ideals. Tabii Just was born out of a desire to create beautiful eco-conscious clothing for the modern woman. The Tabii Just customer wears many hats and has a blast doing it. She yearns for clothing that she can have lasting relationships, embracing the antithesis of fast fashion. Tabii Just offers vibrant colors and stream lined silhouettes to the conscientious customer. No more will eco-conscious be synonymous with vanilla clothing. Made to look and feel beautiful against the female body, Tabii Just seeks to celebrate women, above all else.
Tabitha St. Bernard is the co-founder and designer of Tabii Just, a womenswear clothing label designed and manufactured in New York City that adheres to zero fabric waste ideals. Tabitha lived in Trinidad &Tobago until she migrated at age 19 to NYC. She is a graduate of Bishop Anstey High School, Arima Senior Comprehensive School and St. Francis College (Brooklyn). She is also a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology where she studied Fashion Design. Drawing on Tabitha's rich Trinidadian heritage, the aesthetic of Tabii Just is a marriage of Caribbean flair and Brooklyn edge, resulting in vibrant prints done in stream-lined silhouettes. Tabitha honed her skills while interning at Vivienne Tam and designing at Tahari ASL. She left the corporate fashion industry to launch Tabii Just which is manufactured in facilities that uphold fair labor practices in Brooklyn and the Garment District. Tabii Just has been featured on NY1 , Style Blazer and E Magazine among others. The line has been showcased during New York Fashion Week for Fall '13 & Fall '14. Tabitha presented Spring '14 at the High Line Park in NYC. Tabii Just is sold in select boutiques as well as online.
Tabitha is a respected voice in the New York eco-fashion community, having spoken on several panels about sustainability in fashion and the Made in NYC label. Tabitha also blogs for I'm Not Obsessed Media about fashion, travel and beauty with a focus on sustainability.
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In 2006, Royalz Clothing (http://www.royalzclothing.com) was formed. Influence by the Remix project, Adriene X’s mentorship, the BizStart program. Royalz Clothing established it’s presence through a variety of fashion shows, Media articles, entrepreneurial awards and showcases.
Since its launch, Royalz Clothing has enjoyed success, with articles in magazines and national papers such as Urbanology, Now, Chicago Tribune, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star respectively. Royalz Clothing has also been exceedingly active on the fashion show scene with features in shows across Canada and the United States that have garnered positive media reviews and incredible fan support.
In 2009, to Royalz’s esteem, Royalz Clothing became the first Canadian fashion line to be included in Latino Fashion Week held in Chicago.
Prominent influencers such as Lieutenant General Michelle Jean, Social and Enterprise Development Innovation (SEDI), Biz Start Program at Youth Employment Services (YES), The Remix Project and South Pole.
In 2011, Royalz Clothing was furthered in the Toronto Star article as one of the top 10 people to watch for in 2011 which made the front page newspaper on January 2, 2011. To date, “Royalz Clothing” features a full repertoire of men and women Dress Shirts, Trench Coats, Sweaters, Denims, jackets and Cardigans.
A troubled teenager from a broken home in Toronto, Benjamin (Royalz) Kwofie turned his life around after his mother passed away. He decided to channel his grief and anger into becoming a fashion designer.
At age 23, Benjamin was living on his own, working night shifts and sleeping only a few hours a day while developing his clothing line. His determination paid off. In 2009, Royalz Wear became the first Canadian fashion line to be included in the Latino Fashion Week in Chicago. His work has received the attention of former Governor General Michaëlle Jean and prominent hip hop artists. He praises organizations such as the Remix Project, BizStart and Youth Employment Services YES, a SEDI community partner, for his success.View Full Bio →
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