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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 6 panacheja PUBLISHER PANACHE` COMMUNICATIONS INC., LLC. ______________________EDITORIAL DIRECTOR TRICIA WILLIAMSONDIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY ROGER JONES DESIGN DIRECTOR TRICIA WILLIAMSON FASHION EDITOR TRICIA WILLIAMSON BEAUTY EDITOR LATOYA JONES FASHION WRITER RUSHELL FERARAH FOOD WRITER JONI WEDDERBURN CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHY & TEXT Tricia Williamson, Roger Jones, Latoya Jones, Chef Kevin Broderick, The Rockhouse Hotel, The Spa Retreat, JIIC, JA Pendant, Keroma Bernard, Sharon Cole, MAC Cosmetics, Kokobeenz, Craig Harley, Rushell Ferarah, Saint International, Minka, Victoria Brown, Julan, Caribbean Fashion Week, Sonia Tomlinson, Juanita S Reid, Kazz Forbes, Tigerlily, Robert Young, Barbados Fertility Clinic, Michelle Morris, House of Marley, Sandra Kennedy, Heike Dempster, Sekhu, Sheba, Lira, Reggae Sumfest, Jayblessed.com, Hair Honey. SPECIAL THANKS Derek Bishton and family for graciously sharing with us an exclusive look at the Trevor Owen collection of designs. MARKETING SALES advertising@panachejamagazine.com INFO@PANACHEJAMAGAZINE.COM WWW.PANACHEJAMAGAZINE.COM P.O. Box 77, Kingston 20, Jamaica, W.I. TEL: 876-448-4565 FAX: 876-749-7061Facebook.com/panachejamagazine.com Youtube.com/panachejamagazine.com Twitter.com/PanacheJaMag_________________________ PJM Digital magazine is powered by Issuu.com PRINTER XPRESS LITHO LTD. ____________________Copyright 2012. All rights reserved. PJM magazine assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material. All intellectual property rights remain with authors and creators of content. All content appearing in PJM magazine may not be reproduced in any form without written permission from the Publisher.the cover shot...Covergirl Khandia Reynolds was photographed at The Rockhouse Hotel, Negril, Jamaica for our Designers of Today fashion spread on page 35. Our model was wearing jewellery by Peace-is of Bianca with a coral dress by Victoria Brown. Hair and Makeup Artistry by Latoya Jones.Cover Designed by: Tricia Williamson Photographer: Roger Jones Location: The Rockhouse Hotel Hair & Makeup Artist: Latoya Jones Photo Assistant: Latoya Jones panache... behind the scenes Yes, dahlings behind all the pampering and primpin...at Rockhouse we were reduced to three little girls digging into then Executive Chef Brodericks chocolate masterpiece!TW


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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 8 The Trends for Autumn/ Winter 2012 capture the pure essence of the chic Caribbean woman. The trends presented were: Sense + Sensibility, Roam-Antique, Hone-Structure, Arti-Tech. Unlike years past, the beauty trends but more so a global vision on the sense of structure and physics of the face as described by the engaging Gisel Calvillo. There is a it is harder, futuristic, and very graphic and your eyeliner has a new modern look. SENSE + SENSIBILITY---> The look is effortlessly subtle, balanced, understated, healthy and elegant. The beauty of this blueprint includes stained cheeks; lots of grey eye shadows (think modern Studio 54); the makeup complements but never overpowers your look. The lips are precise and sexy on a modern bare face which welcomes fuller brows (yes ladies, tweezers can go in the back burner a bit). FACE: Apply Face and Body Foundation over hydrated skin to even and tone; if there are any areas that need to be perfected apply Select Moisture cover Concealer; sweep your face with Mineralize Sculpture Pro Sculpting Cream and blend under cheekbones. DSquared <--ARTI-TECH As the name suggests this trend is very artistic with a dark sexy appeal and delivers the black liner with a modern and unconventional vision. Its strong on geometry on the face and is very precise and a EYE: Apply the Black Black Chromagraphic Pencil in a smudged and imperfect way; to set the Black Black pencil uses the Typographic Eye Shadow; and use Black Haute & Naughty Haute & Naughty Lash only on the top lashes, which were left uncurled. F.Morello <---ARTI-TECH LIPS: Brave Red, Dare You, Girl About Town mixed with Dare You, Roby Woo, Russian Red, So Chaud and MAC Pro Sin Lipstickand any one of these lipsticks can be blend over the entire lip using 228 Mini Shader Brush. Kenzo


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 9 <---ROAM-ANTIQUE She is a global traveller her makeup is an extension of who she is when she picks up on beauty elements during her travels. Mesmerizing jewel-like metallics and shades that pull from sunsets, sepia stains, and cranberry to charcoal. FACE: Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundationblended over hydrated skin to perfect; MAC Pro Sculpt Sculpting Powder Pro Paletteblended under cheekbones to contour; Well Dressed Powder Blushswept above contour for a bit of colour; Vanilla Pigmentswept over high planes to highlight. LIP: Pencilblended through the center of the lip into Burgundy Lip Pencil. The Blonds HONESTRUCTURE----> The trend is a wonderful blend of utilitarian in its contouring The concept of sculpting and depth of contouring continues with the Hone-Structure trend. The look is honed, nude and contemporary with the sculpted face as a canvas. Melting pot of products that created this look included: FACE: Loose. EYE: Shine; Clear Brow Set; and Fling and Lingering Eye Brow. LIP: Pale MAC Pro Lip Erase ||PJM|| F.Scognamiglio Extremely tailored featuresa red lip, peacock inspired eyelids, contoured cheeks, a graphic black eye or a more masterful brow are all definitive features of Autumn/ Winter 2012 trends.


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 LATOYA JONES Y to launder the dress I wore that the oils The Rockhouse Spa by Latoya Jones Photography by Roger JonesThe slamming Rock House Spa room or a cabana that sits atop a cliff complete with a massage bed with doors that open out to the sea. I chose the latter.


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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 12 www.panachejamagazine.com Your Online Oasis for Caribbean Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle P JM-Panache Jamaica Magazine was an invited guest at the MAC Cosmetics Autumn/Winter 2012 Trend Presentation held in the breathtaking Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Mexico from August 2223 2012. Gisel Calvillo is the MAC Senior Artist, Americas Region and delivered the engaging and informative presentation at held at the Amarte Art Gallery. She speak on the behalf of MAC Cosmetics brand in our region. MAC Cosmetics will be entering the store in the fashion and pulsating capital of Kingston and Panache looks forward to its continued collaboration with the brand in support of the beauty and fashion industry in the island.MAC Cosmetics & Gisel Calvillo Excited To Come To JamaicaJamaica House 2012, took place from August 3 -12, and was the country in London and served as the base of Jamaicas National Olympic Committee. The initiative sought to capture Brand Jamaica in every way when the eyes of the world were focused on Jamaica during the London 2012 Summer Olympics. With the addition of Art Jamaica in Fashion, Jamaica House truly captured the islands cultural entirety.JAMAICA HOUSE CELEBRATES JAMAICA 50 IN LONDON WITH ART JAMAICA IN FASHION The former gangster rapper is releasing a reggae album called Reincarnated in the fall. He said that in Jamaica, he connected with Bob Marleys spirit and is now Bob Marley reincarnated. Bob Marleys son Rohan attended the conference and gave Snoop his blessing. ||PJM||Snoop Dogg becomes Snoop Lion, readies Reggae Album F ollowing on from the highly successful Caribbean Collections London Fashion Week debut in February 2012, seven designers were selected fashion talent. Caribbean designers included Phelicia Dell of Haiti whose range of handbags were chosen by Diane Von Furstenburg to be sold across her global chain of stores, Trinidadian designer Meiling, who has worked closely on a number of successful projects with Emmy Award-winning costume designer Peter Minshall, Jamaican designer Arlene Martin whose designs have been worn by Jamaican supermodel and American Vogue favourite Jaunel McKenzie, Haitian designer David Andr, Guyanese designer Sonia Noel, Luxury Suriname Jewelry brand Atelier Dor and Trinidadian jewellery designer Kirie Bain. Caribbean Designers at London Olympics Congratulations to Miss Jamaica World 2012 Deanna Robins on making the top 10


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 13 Editors Designer Dress: Kokobeenz Photographer: Roger Jones Makeup: Latoya Jones Earrings: Tweak Boutique Shot on location at The Rockhouse Hotel, Negril, JamaicaNote Thank you all for taking the time to support and read this issue of Panache Jamaica Magazine. As our loyal fans will notice we have changed our masthead on the cover and this change forms part of our new marketing strategy for the coming year. This issue is our best issue yet! For the 2012 year this Anniversary issue is a true celebration of 50 years of Jamaicas Fashion Industry with a look at past key milestones. We sincerely thank Derek Bishton and his family for sharing the unique historical treasure of Trevor Owens work in the 1960s to 1970s. Also to The Rockhouse Hotel for accommodating the Panache team for our Designers of Today fashion shoot and so much more. Thanks Charlotte! To all our sponsors who made this issue possible, we sincerely thank you for supporting a Jamaican magazine. To the team, thank you for your unwavering support and going above and beyond always. 2013 is new year that will see a new focus and vision for Panache and we are looking forward to making great things happen with everyone on board. To our readers, family and friends, we greatly appreciate your support. Thank you for always being there and we promise to keep doing what you love best about us best...Keep growing, improving and moving forward! TRICIA WILLIAMSON FOUNDER/EDITORIAL DIRECTOR PANACHE JAMAICA MAGAZINE its architectural shape. Speaks woman who knows how to make a statement. -Ann Chin/ Kokobeenz, Fashion Designer


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 14A FEW OF OUR CONTRIBUTORS SO WE ASKED A FEW OF THE PERSONS WHO MADE THIS ISSUE POSSIBLE... WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW? Heres what they said...I am listening to PSY Ganganm Style, I have no idea what he is saying but the song SHOTTT!!!! CRAIG HARLEYGospel/ Inspirational: Mary Mary, Israel Houghton, Jesus Culture...but I keep my work out tunes Oppan Gangnam style.LATOYA JONESMy playlist is a mix of I-Octanes Love Di Vibes, Go Haaad with Wayne Marshal, Junior Gong, Bounty Killer, I-Octane, Kartel; a little bit of Konshens Sidung; Romain Virgos Dont you remember; Iba Marhs Will I Wait and Protejes No LipsticKEROMA BERNARDIm currently listening to Frank Oceans Channel Orange and a playlist of Katy Perry Sia and Ellie Goulding.RUSHELL FERARAH BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR TO PJM! Send your feature idea or column to us! CONTACT US AT:EDITOR@PANACHEJAMAGAZINE.COM JONI WEDDERBURNBig fan of rap/ dancehall, sometimes fan of reggae/soca. Playlist: Kanye West, Jay Z, Rihanna, Vybz Kartel, Konshens, Protege.


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www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 17 THE A to Z of StyleSAINT internationalsSTYLE WEEK Cecilia Davena


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 18 Donnovan D Donna Rose Andre Rowe Neah Lis


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 19 T Style Week the much anticipated Fashion Block took place on Sunday, May 27th, The extra long runway was nestled between the business district. Being that there was no cost attached to the event the fashion massive came out in full force. This event was Saints Internationals way of giving the public the gift of fashion and what a gift it was. This fashion show featured over 15 of the Caribbeans most creative and inspiring designers. This fashion show was by far the most well attended Style Week event and though it was a stand up event that did not diminish the vibe and excitement present in the crowd. The patrons were kept well entertained by DJ Elmo and M.C. Jerry D. The runway was graced by collections from Franz Christie who showed us a beautiful printed dress a brown dress reminiscent of bright pink and green. Kevin Obrian who showed some very dramatic pieces in a mix and some avant garde headwear. Kaydian Nicelys collection featured some high fashion business attire tailored dresses and skirts and ended with a white romper with a scalloped waistline. Donovan D wowed us with his use of feathers neons and jewels as seen on a long lace dress with a feather neckline and a beautiful white jumpsuit with neon overlay. Coca Johnsons collection featured exaggerated necklines sequins and shimmer and some beautiful draping and gathering. A shimmery beige dress with a large train, a back sequined jumpsuit and a charmeuse offthe-shoulder dress were the standout pieces. Rick Bs showed some pieces similar to those at International Mens Collections but surprised us with well tailored female business attire comprising of skirts suits and pants styled with some interesting headpieces. White Skyy showed us their versatility as their collection consisted of vests and blazers for males a military inspired female shorts suit and a purple one shoulder dress with gold chain detail. Andre Shirley represented for menswear with tailored pants with buckle details striped pants and contrasting pockets. BallaShawn also came out with some great menswear pieces including cuffed pants scarves cardigan and some very well made jackets. A black and red varsity jacket with a red B was also a standout. Gregory H.O.D. collection showed pastel pieces styled with accessories. The swimsuit designers were out in full force on the runway pieces by Debra-White Sky showed us their versatility as their collection consisted of vests and blazers for males, a military inspired female shorts suit and a purple one shoulder dress with gold chain detail. Coca Johnson Debra Jarrett Gregory H.O.D. Words by Rushell Ferarah Photography by Roger Jones


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www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 21 Lee Jarrett Nish Andre Rowe and Donna Shamair featuring beautiful cut-outs long-sleeved pieces the use of prints and patterns varying very much present on the runway designers such as Neah Lis who dresses rompers styles with handmade earrings and crotcheted bags and belts as well as creative headwear. Khalils Hattitude showed us extravagant head pieces and hats in black green and yellow styled and what beautiful focal points they were. Shades of Africa stayed true to their name and featured African inspired pieces Jamaican coloured dresses with crotchet inserts and a Jamaican top hat. large Jamaican coloured sun hats statement jewellery and beautiful belts and headpieces. The penultimate collection was that of the Love Collection a collection of the night but nothing less was expected from designer Indashio. The last collection was the aptly named Salute to the Flag by Donna Rose which featured Jamaican coloured animal print maxi dresses beautiful prints a tiered ball gown and a coat. An impromptu on stage dance party by the models and their designers ended the show with a bang. The night was indeed a success and it was a great precursor to what will be at the upcoming Caribbean Fashion Week and if these designs are anything to go by that will be a great success as well.||PJM|| Andre Shirley Balla Shawn


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 22 Indashio Donna Shamair


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 23 Courtney Washington


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 24 Kaydian Nicely Shades Of Africa Hattitude Khalils Hattitude showed us extravagant head pieces and hats in black green and yellow styled with black outfits making the headwear the focal point of every outfit and what beautiful focal points they were.


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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 26 Franz Christie Rick Bs


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 27 Celebrating 50 Years of Jamaicas Fashion Industry momentsby Tricia WilliamsonDress: Trevor Owen, Fashion Designer Photo courtesy Jamaica Tourist Board


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 28I prominently in the media as compared to and London. announced that Jamaica was to receive this showcase was in partnership with the Anna Ronai Annie Lopez BATA Shoes Beachcomber Carole Issa Claudia Robinson Dale Laidlaw Daphne Logan of Babs Boutique Dorothy McNab Douglas Warner Douglas Warner /Joy Magnus Eddy Thomas Hazel Blackman (Formerly Rodney) Josie Buchanan of Josies Temple of Fashion Joyce Delisser of Joyces Jamaica Vogue Lynette Payne McFarlane millinery designer Fashion Institute, New York Mae Feurtado Margaret Jackson Michael Brooks Mrs. Fernando Wolley Normadelie Alexander Polly Hornburg/ Calypso Ruth Clarage/ Jamaica Clothes Shops Ruth Hussey Tessa Prendergast Welborn Tessa Welbourne The Beard Trevor Owen; Valerie Marzouca Van Eldricks Jamaicas Leading Fashion Designers of the 1960s1960sFashion Highlights of the


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 29 Fashion Guild created. media reports. tourists. ||PJM||


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 1970s Eddy Thomas of Boonoonoonoos on East, in Jamaica to be marketed as The Only Underground Boutique. The courageous dresser integrates everything for a single effect, that in its pop dcor and nothing mass produced policy. Obviously no one style suits every woman. our lives have been impersonalized. I believe that the most important thing in life is uniforms. January 1970Air Jamaica highlight of a fashion show high above the clouds featuring the latest creations of Jamaicas best designers. Bata Shoes expanded seven new shops in 1970 alone. Nearly 90% of the shoes sold in Jamaica were manufactured locally. French shoe designer Mr. Jean-Pierre Chateau handled the design process. Did you know the Jamaica School of Fashion was established in May 1968 and located at 16 Musgrave Avenue in Kingston? It was a similar programme to the best fashion schools in New York City, although on a much smaller basis. In late 1970, the Jamaica Fashion Guild opened The Guild Shop at the Sheraton Hotel in Kingston offering an uptown outlet for the latest in cruise resort collections. November 1971December 1971November 1974March 1975December 1976January 1979December1979Calico became the fabric of the moment in Jamaica and the Kareeba suit a statement of politics as well. Francis Keane emerged as the designer who mixes Parisan with Jamaican. She designed for Jamaicas leading fashion conscious women including Mrs. Beverley Manley who once said, Her clothes had failed to leave her customers breathless. February 1970April 1971the Trinidadian companies were shown in March 1970Unlimited. March 1973March 1974July 1975Moments in time...


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 31 trevor owen Jamaicas Original High Fashion Designer by TRICIA WILLIAMSONHALL OF FAMET their personality. Trevor in a past interview. He Decades later on January ||PJM|| Moments in time...


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 32 1980s March 1980 November 1980April 1981MaY1982-Frances Keane, one of Jamaicas leading fashion designers, presented a showing of her Spring and Summer Collection, featuring cruise wear in Miami. The venue was the Omni Hotel, The show was presented in association-with Air Florida, Carnival Cruise and Tropical Cruise Lines. December 1982-A new entertainment magazine was introduced to the market Pulse the Heartbeat of Jamaicas Entertainment. The new publication was produced by Pulse Limited. May 1983-Denise Sloley was crowned Miss Jamaica Fashion Model 1983 at the National Arena JUNE1983-. Iman with her own inimitable style that made her the worlds No. 1 model graced Jamaica with her presence at An Evening of Innovation fashion show, billed as a contribution to Jamaica 21st Independence Celebrations. November 1983 April 1985 London-based Federation of International Model Agencies. January 1986-DESIGNERS HONOURED: Twenty Jamaican designers were honoured by the Fashion Awards Academy or their outstanding service and dedication to the growth and development of Jamaicas fashion industry. The awards was held at the Courtleigh on Sunday, January 19. Honoured designers included Mrs. Daphne Logan, Peggy McLean, Mrs. Annie Lopez, Mrs. Flossie Thomas, Mrs. Ruth Hussey, Mrs. Lola Robinson, Francis Keane, Mr. D. B. Dyer, Mr. Noel Fray, Mrs. Lynette McFarlane, Mrs. Lillian Vaz, Mrs. Sonia Vaz, Mrs. Mae Feurtado, Mr. Trevor Owen, Mrs. Joyce Ennevor |r. Timothy Ralph for Mrs. Ivy Ralph, Miss Josie Buchanan, Mrs. Joyce Dundas, Mr. Herman Farel and Mrs. Carol Issa-Cartade. MARCH 1986 JUNE 1986Norma Shirley was an international food stylist for major fashion publications such as Vogue and Vanity Fair. AUGUST 1986-It was a historical but embarrassing occasion at the Omni international Hotel, Miami, Florida, on August 9, fashions overseas. The models were excellent, the fashions were exquisite, however embarrassment resulted from the long and tedious production, lack of fashion co-ordination, staging, and promotion, which marred what could have been an excellent showcase of Jamaican fashion. December 1986 APRIL 1986-Fashion Academy Award Winners Selected: Designer ot the Year (1985) Elaine Witter of Laynes Boutique; Fashion Show of the Year A. J. Brown Fashion Follies 1985; Fashion Model of the Year (Female) Audrey BurgessBarakat; Fashion Model of the Year (Male) Wesron Hauphton ; Choreographer of the Year Hilary Phillips and Barry Moncrieffe; Most Promising New Model Althea l.aing; Model Agency Grooming School Pulse. JANUARY 1987 Ms. Marlene Campbell as Editor of the Jamaica edition. MARCH 1987 the national airlineAir Jamaica. MAY 1987History was made Easter weekend when designers from the Port Antonio Crafts Market put on a display of their latest clothing and accessories for sale in the market. Pulse Model Agency founded in 1980.


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 33 Photography by Craig Harley may 1987 Kimberley Mais was named Miss Jamaica Fashion Model 1987 JULY 1987 Jamaicas First Ever Buyers Fashion Show/ Vente de ModeDesigners hoped to secure orders from overseas as well as local buyers and obtain publicity for their fashions in international fashion magazines. September 1987 Kimberley Mais, Miss Jamaica Fashion Model 1987scored big in Tokyo, Japan. OCTOBER 1987 Sandra Kennedy debuted her young and trendy CHAD collection. OCTOBER 1987 Seven local fashion designers/manufacturers were selected to participate in a garment contact promotion in New York and Miami, under the Jamaica National Export Corporation JAMEXPORT programme. The promotion, was named Jamaica Style ... Its Hot! MAY 1988 The Fashion Awards Academy of Jamaica held its 1987 Fashion Excellence Awards. Its main objectives was to publicly recognise the individuals and organisations who have shown a high degree of excellence and who have actively supported the fashion industry during the course of the year preceding the awards. OCTOBER 1988 Jamaican designers continued to be recogmsed internationally for their outstanding skill and unique styles, Norma Soas from Kingston was chosen as the only Jamaican designer to participate in the Caribbean Basin Fashion Show at the Canbe Hilton Hotel San Juan, Puerto Rico NOVEMBER 1988 Miss Jamaica World, Andrea Haynes wardrobe designed by Melody Dostey of Fantazia of New York created controversey. Affected by the passage of Hurricane Gilbert in September the collection had its shortcomings.1990sJUNE 1990 Pulses 10th Anniversary show featured new designer collections from Layne, Carillon, Spunk, Moncrieffe, Arlene Richards. Sadie Soas, Pahti (an African designer based in New York) and other Jamaican designers. JUNE 1990 20year-old Jamaican-born cover girl Kimberley Mais became Elites top model in Tokyo, Japan. AUGUST 1990Michell Moodie, Miss Jamaica Fashion Model 1989 was shot in a fashion spread feature for Italian Vogue in Milan. july 1991The Jamaica Fashion Designers Head of the association was Annie Lopez, President, Mrs. Francis Keane, 1st Vice President, Sadie Soares. Treasurer, Stephanie Warner, Secretary, Sonla Vaz, Josie Buchanan and Lanle Witter, all world renown fashion designers AUGUST 1991-PULSE models Charmaine Clarke and Laurie-Ann Douglas were selected by Nippon, the Japanese airline, to be the lead models for their new series of posters advertising the Caribbean as a tourist destination in Japan. SEPTEMBER 1993-Francis Keane returned from a trip to the Ivory Coast where she displayed her latest cutwork embroidered line for a fashion show. november 1993Biggys clientele included international artistes such as Queen Latifah, Kriss Kross, Cedella Marley, Maxi Priest, Shabba Ranks, Super Cat and Buju Banton, just to name a few. February 1994-On February 6,1994, which also marked the 49th birthday of the late reggae megastar Bob Marley, the new Tuff Gong line launched with lots of denim and leather with red, green and gold trimmings. October 1996-PULSE International model and Jamaica Fashion Model 1994, Nikki Vassell, became the new Guess girl. September 1997-Lois Samuels continued her march to the status of world No. 1 supermodel, appearing on the cover of the September issue of Vogue.


|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 34 2000s NOVEMBER 2000A Fashion Group was formed and comprised of Les Campbell Designs, Uzuri International and Helen Chen, daughter of the late Mae Feurtado. The group aimed to offer support and encouragement to locals to buy Jamaican goods. MARCH 2002JUNE 2002Jamaican Business Development Centre (JBDC) hosted a retail show of Authentic Jamaican Fashion and Interiors at Devon House. MARCH 2003Nadine Willis, former exotic dancer turned international model, scored a major triumph, making history when she shot an editorial feature for top European fashion magazine, French Vogue. MARCH 2003Canise Jackson of Saint International dubbed the Black face of MAC Cosmetics.Saint International Model Agency founded in 2000. OCTOBER 2003Jaunel McKenzie of Pulse Model Agency blazed a trail in the fashion world. 20012003International Mecca of Style launched by Saint International DECEMBER 2004Ralph Lauren-designed rooms at the elegant Round Hill Hotel and Villas. MARCH 2005Saint International was the only Caribbean model agency to be featured in V magazines V are the FEBRUARY 2007AUGUST 2007AUGUST 2008The regions revered masters of style came to Caribbean Fashionweek (CFW) in record numbers this year to be honoured. JANUARY 2009Francis Keane, the doyen in fashion designing in Jamaica, was seriously ill in hospital. MARCH 2009Pulse Investments Ltd released its list of 21 Caribbean master designers: Meiling and Claudia Pegus, both from Trinidad, Nefertari Caddle, Simon Foster and Pauline Bellamy of Barbados; Jessica Ogden and Gavin Douglas, British designers of Jamaican parentage; Atelier Dore (Judith and Hank Uiterloo), Suriname; Sandra Kennedy, Uzuri (Karl Williams and Mark McDermoth), Barry Moncrieffe, Catch A Fire (Cedella Marley), Mutamba (Amber Cohen and Mutabaruka), Earl Biggy Turner, The Mushroom (Brigid and Jason Lawson), Bridget Brown and Bill Edwards of Jamaica; Denis Davaed of Guadeloupe; Calvin Southwell of Antigua; Heather Jones of Trinidad; Joy Bryce, an Atlantabased Jamaican designer and Francis Hendy, a New York-based Trinidadian designer. JUNE 2008Caribbean Fashion Industry Forum (CAFIF), was formed CAFIF is the regions industry business association, geared to the development of fashion in the Caribbean. Formally incorporated earlier this year, CAFIF is a APRIL 2009The Jamaica Fashion Collections, a presentation of the best of Jamaicas fashion, design and models, took the international stage at two shows in Brussels, Belgium. APRIL 2009Jamaican designer Sandra Kennedy broke into the Japanese market. OCTOBER 2009Norma Soas, the journalist, friend, wife, lecturer and fashion designer died. AUGUST 2009In keeping with its mandate to improve the export readiness and competitiveness of local fashion enterprises, the Jamaica Fashion and Apparel Cluster (JFAC) partnered with the University of Philadelphia in a two-day training workshop. MARCH 2011Ashley MartinThe Saint International Avant Garde Designer of the Year AUGUST 2011Fashion designer par excellence, Norma Elaine Witter (Layne) passed away. SEPTEMBER 2006Panache Jamaica MagazineFashion and Lifestyle magazine was founded. This is list is by no means exhaustive of the many accomplishments and milestones in the history of Jamaicas fashion indutry, do continue support Panache Jamaica Magazine as we continue to recognize and honour all those who have left their mark.


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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 38 VICTORIA BROWN and Sophie Loren. My anywhere. I love color or should I say all candy the season these colors details. I love what I do...


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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 KOKOBEENZ and contemporary environment dress with its delicate lines emits woman who wants to


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|Panache Jamaica |www.panachejamagazine.com ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 44 The Editors Review Caribbean Fashion Week Words by Tricia Williamson Photography by Roger Jones Design & Photo Editing by Tricia WilliamsonIn the pulsating fashion capital of Kingston, JamaicaCaribbean Fashion Week 2012 in the 50th year of Jamaicas by Kazz Forbes. SGFH captured the essence of Turks and Caicos with boldly coloured swimwear and resort wear.SGFH KERRY KAY KAHNAMI FEMHEKA HOUSE OF OSHAE


www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 45 The Editors Review Caribbean Fashion Week 2012 There after collections were seen from the House of Oshae by Jhaniel Smith and Wilmas Original by Wilma Stomp. Wilmas Original was an excellent collection. The creative use of plaid was refreshing along with the bold colour choices. It was a very versatile collection with shorts and jackets separates for you to mix and play. The next collection on the runway was femheka by Raxann Chin and she is certainly one young designer to watch.CRYSTAL POWELL RYAN CHIN REBECCA STRIIM H.O.D. DESIGNS WILMAS ORIGINAL




www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 47 Kerry Kay by Kerry Christian was a collection designed for women who love own skin. The collection got 10/10 for its vibrancy, youth, excellent fabric choice and celebration of the female form. So many past collections for women of all black without celebrating the female form. It was a welcomed change to see bold, bright colours permeate the collection and breathe new life into the options women now have with Kerry. The Kahnami Creations by Morvia ReidWilliams was never short on creativity with red cocktail dresses with asymmetrical hemlines, separates of corsets and skirts from natural fabrics, fun cocktail dresses with punches of colour such as bright marigold. Overall the collection had Other collections of the night included Ryan Chin, Crystal Powell, Rebecca Strim, HOD Designs, Ne Sera by Kerin Scott, Wild Free by R. Williams, Ajaente by Jean Marie Thomas, Syiim by Juanita Reid, jewellery by Amber World Museum, Olympias Fashion by Olympia Small Sanaram, beautiful handbags by Diana Jordan and Louise Graham by Louise Graham. drennaLUNA collection by Arlene Martin in partnership with jewellery by Tweak wonderful night of creativity from across the Caribbean. The second night of CFW 2012 opened with the Sea, Sex, Sun collection by David Andre of Haiti. The movement of the pieces, rhythm of the collection was both men and women. The collection was fun and playful and included shorts to oversized shirts with signature detailing. The designs graduated from whites to Overall the designs were excellent. Cassandra Mottley from Barbados presented the ShelNeil collection a very sexy collection for young ladies who love their swimwear. Hak Gwai by Lori Antoinette Williams of Trinidad & Tobago was a myriad of brightly coloured light coats, jumpsuits, cropped pants with a signature opening in the back of the HOUSE OF LAMAICA HAK GWAI SEA, SEX, SUN SHELNEIL








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As one of the Emerging Designers of 2012 Nominees, the collection was most deserving of the recognition. did not wow as in years past but it is Meiling and as doyenne of Trinidad & Tobagos fashion her score is 10/10. It was evident from collections of other designers how far reaching inspiration and leadership is to be honoured. What is loved most about Meiling collections is the beauty of the West Indian Sea Island Cotton from dresses, shorts, shirts, jackets every piece offers that in every look. Suzilee Chambers presented her glamorous Lee Anns Designs collection. Followed by Crown Atelier by Tiger Lilly Hill who winner of the Emerging Designer of the Year award. Dionne Richards was next on stage with Bondij Blondi -a sexy collection that was fun and fresh. Saleem by Saleem Samuels offered menswear and womenswear in the collection. However the mens line really stood out from the collection and included a Russian red suit that was blazing hot. Jae Jolly by Janel Jolly was a beautiful and sophisticated collection with a strong sex appeal. She is certainly one designer to watch as she continues to mature. Another favourite designer of the evening was Jackie Cohen and her Mutamba collection. Mutamba is a celebration of the Caribbean woman with a strong knowing of who she is. The looks had lovely detailing in the back and accentuated with strong accessory pieces including black hats and big bold belts. The looks projected an easy vibration with beautiful draping throughout the black collection. The collection was empowering, years collection from Mutamba is a must have. Other collections of the evening came from Wadada Movement David whose collection was very good with handbags to die for. High Tide by Cedella Marley. This collection received a perfect score 10/10. It was young, hip, fresh and was a strong representation of brand Jamaica in the gold, green and black. From the reggae inspired Marley headsets to the trendy sportswear collection in partnership with PUMA for our golden athletes at the London Olympicsit was a true celebration of Jamaica 50 and its no surprise the line was voted as one of the best at the Olympics by TIME magazine. Kudos Cedella, look forward to having you back at CFW again. by Milliance from Haiti, the collection certainly has potential and we look forward to seeing it grow. the collection favourites included the bold colour bloc dress and overall this designer has strong potential for continued success in the industry. The Mushroom collection by Brigit and Jason Lawson was another glamourous swimwear collection, lots of glitz on the bikinis; overall a very young and sexy collectionsignature Mushroom. Veve by Phelicia Dell was another designer that garnered a perfect scoreher designer handbags are investment pieces and wonderful works of art that are vibrant and chic. Grab one for your own, its sure to have everyone wanting it for themselves. with bold colours and dresses that were beautifully draped. Julan by a very pregnant Juliette Dyke (Congratulations!) was a collection perfect for any tropical escape. This was followed by the BANG collection by Nell Robinson and Ann Marie Clarkethe collection was young, hot and a good debut at CFW. Beautiful jewellery was showcased in the Atelier Dore collection. Shenna Carbys collection followed thereafter and was a carnival of creativity in its range of looks and there is a strong potential for any future bridal line given the gowns that strutted down the runway. Now on to The Cloth by Robert Young. What can or cannot be said about Robertno matter what, he never disappoints. The collection was perfect 10/10crisp white shirt and pants suits for men and dresses for woman coupled with beautiful Of course all the models were in a state of kumina so the presentation was high on energy with a touch of voodoo and obeah in the mix. The collections that followed all had highest scores including Attitude by Ashley Martin, Biggy by Earl Turner; Zadd & Eastman by Nigel Eastman. itself was Gavin Douglas by Gavin Douglashis collection was pieces belong in a gallery or better yet on the body of women everywhere. A perfect end to possibly the greatest Caribbean Fashion Week ever held. Congratulations to Pulse and their support staff for their great work on staging such a key event in our industry. ||PJM||


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www.panachejamagazine.com| panache jamaica| ANNIVERSARY ISSUE 2012 55 Designers: CFW 2012 ReviewWe were inspired by Jamaicas 50th Anniversary, hence the name of the capsule collection is Destination Jamaica 50th, paying homage to our Independence and highlighting comfortable cotton and linen creations for daytime to evening, even weddings. It was a fun enlightening experience [at CFW] and one from which we have garnered the experience of the fashion runway. In the next 5 years, we would love to see more international buyers coming to the showcase thus increasing the exposure internationally for both the designers and the region. Sonia TomlinsonThe collection is called Exhibela which means to exhibit her and is inspired by the rhythms of Latin-Caribbean music which can be seen in the movement of the prints used in the suits. The silhouettes are designed to atter a womans body and accentuate the gure she wants to exhibit. This was my rst year showing at CFW. It was a great experience. I loved the energy and being surrounded by such creativity and talent, and seeing the skills and visions of the other designers. I learned a lot, just from participating in itself. I came out knowing what it is I would do dierently and better next year. The Business Forum that they hosted for the designers was very informative and helpful in informing future decisions for my business. In the next ve years I hope that Jamaicas fashion industry would have learned the benets of networking and sharing, and realise that to build a self sustainable industry we rst have to hold hands and stand on each others shoulders.Juanita S ReidThe inspiration is the 50th Independence of Trinidad and Tobago. Transformation, uidity, change and intention to build. Its a thanksgiving. Its called O be YaH! Its an exclamation. of joy! The experience at CFW 2012 was a good experience. Firstly, I always see it as a meeting place of the designers in the region. Thus the role of CFW is important because of the separation by sea and language; this is one of the few times we get to meet. We were able to elect a new board for Caribbean Fashion Industry Association (CAFIA) and I am a member of the board. The CLOTH was able to make a few leads with buyers and we are following up on those. I want to see Caribbean Fashion in the next ve years may be through CAFIA clusters developed for production and marketing. Many small grouping of designers, manufactures and marketing persons in the region, these clusters are inter island so designers and manufacturers can be from dierent islands. I want to see island associations developed for designers and the development of a Caribbean designers association which is dierent than CAFIA. I would like to see collective shops in at least ve islands owned by designers and individuals who see the economic possibility of these collective shops. These shops can carry 25 best lines in the Caribbean. ||PJM||Robert YoungLouise Graham Syiim The CLOTHDesigners at CFW 2012 were asked to describe their muse for their collection, experience at cfw and vision for fashion in 5 years. Magazine and may have been edited for editorial content or layout.Mutambaby Tricia Williamson bikinis Tips courtesry : http://www.bellasugar.com/How-Make-Bikini-Wax-Hurt-Less-678438 The Island Breeze: Turks and Caicos Resort 2013 Collection was inspired by the breathtaking beauty of the Turks and Caicos Islands. With the use of silk chion, shantung, dupioni and organza fabrics, I endeavoured to re-produce that feeling. Being in Jamaica always feels great, but visiting to present my collection; in addition to being the rst designer to represent my country the Beautiful by Nature Turks and Caicos Islands at the twelfth annual Caribbean Fashion Week was an unexplainable sensation. With over fty designers, it was indeed an honor and a privilege to open the spectacle. In the future, I see Jamaicas fashion industry booming; attracting more tourists; promoting Jamaica to the world; increasing exports, and provide unlimited opportunities for emerging designers, models, photographers and persons throughout the entire region.Kazz ForbesSaint George Fashion House My experience at CFW was beyond my expectations. Pulse and their sta, the stylists and models were a dream. Romae Gordon was exceptional with ample information and making me feel comfortable with the lead up to the show. Im forever grateful. I would love to see CFW grow within the next 5yrs and continue to invite quality, commercial and innovative designers to the mix. It was an amazing and humbling experience.Tigerlily HillCrown Atelier


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