NYFW Caribbean Style

The Caribbean influence on New York Fashion Week has been a prolific experience. From writer Monique McIntosh  for Island Origins Best Looks From Caribbean Designers at NYFW (September 14, 2018), to the hipster styling of the global creative agency FYiDNYC that features international cultural fashion contributions, the Caribbean influence can be felt. Caribeme Mag’s Cultural Fashion Stylist, and cultural costume designer, Mychael St. Rose will be featured during the FYiDNYC February 14, 2019.

February 10, 2019, Caribeme Mag’s Advisory Board member, Janice-Lawrence-Clarke, will host CAFE @ NYFW to benefit the CAFE Scholarship.

February 11, 2019, Glenroy Mach, Sankofa by D’Marsh Couture, the Fall 2020 collection will be presented at The High School of Fashion Industries and we’d love to have you in attendance.

February 16, 2019, Harlem Fashion Week takes place at the City Museum of New York. The essence of Harlem has always held a strong Caribbean diaspora presence since its inception as a renaissance. The import of color and fashion was an intricate component of West Indian identity through the first Carnival that took place in Harlem during the 1920’s, to the pomp and circumstance of the Honorable Marcus Garvey, founder of UNIA.

Fashion and the Caribbean influence shall be a part of the fashion conclave with generations to come as the Caribbean impact has been felt through the most upscale to the street-style of fashion.