Adiel Adra will display her creation “Marajuku” at the Los Angeles Mart. She says the piece preserves the essence of any given era through Vintage clothing; creating a mood, a life style and experiences.
The presence of ‘Vote Yes’ vendors at an event held at the Public Treasury building last Friday has stirred many people to question why the group was allowed to push its agenda inside a government building.
First Lady Bernadette Christie shows her support for the charitable partnership between Fash|Art, an emerging Fashion and Visual Arts Design competition and R.E.A.C.H. Bahamas, an organization dedicated to supporting children and families affected by autism.
The upcoming “Ultimate Girls Night Out” Manhunt Male Modeling Competition on September 22nd in Freeport will feature young Bahamian singing sensation – Rumah.
Organizers of the Fash|Art event have released the names of the semifinalist fashion designers and visual artists to compete during the November 2nd and 3rd event extravaganza.
An impressive slate of judges has been assembled to choose the national beauty queens of The Bahamas. Assigned to the task of selecting the new Miss World Bahamas and Miss Universe Bahamas Universe.
Graycliff executives have come to a “firm agreement” to bring a traditional batik Androsia clothing factory into the development of their $25 million Heritage Village.
A Bahamian-owned small business needs your vote to be awarded a grant to produce “Made in The Bahamas” merchandise to be distributed locally and internationally.
The Fash.Art showcase of 2011 returns for Cycle 2, creating a platform of exposure and marketing opportunities for emerging Bahamian talents in fashion and visual arts.