Whether electrifying mary jane necklaces, oversized, patterned triangular clutches, or bright blue beaded bracelets, accessories are the perfect pieces to enhance any outfit. This month, Caribbean Fashion Week (CFW) emerged with the region’s best fashion and accessories designers. They adorned many luxurious outfits, but still managed to make a statement on their own. Here are seven designers who commanded the CFW stage with their stunning pieces.
Though she began her career as a freelance journalist, UK based Reshma B. fell in love with reggae culture and created her own jewelry label to share the popular culture with the rest of the world.
Haitian artist and designer – Phelicia Dell – contributed her renowned accessories and bags to complement the outfits of many designers at Caribbean Fashion Week.
Meme Bete is the daring creation of Tarribba Joan do Nascimento that was inspired by her St. Lucian heritage as well as her time in Ethiopia. She showcased her Masquerade Collection at Caribbean Fashion Week 2015.
5Reve Jewellery & Accessories
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Reve Jewellery & Accessories is a Jamaican brand that specializes in a host of accessories including one-of-a-kind necklaces, cuffs, bracelets, and rings for both men and women.
4Koko Karibi Designs
Created by Jacqueline Charles and Jason Douglas, Koko Karibi Designs offers a mix of traditional vintage and new, modern pieces to emphasize their Trinbagonian heritage and cultural travels.
Nikki Biedes is the creator of glamorous, pearl and beaded jewelry. Her stunning pieces accompanied fellow St. Lucian, Fiona Compton’s Paradise Prints line at Caribbean Fashion Week 2015.