The casting call was made and answered. Now as the BVI awaits the fashion event of the year, the local models prepair for what will be their night to comand the runway. For some of these models it will be their first time ever being on a stage. Without a doubt it will be an experience of a lifetime.
With so many body products on the market, it can be difficult choosing the right one. More and more brands are coming out with “yummy” products for the skin—whether it’s a deliciously scented body wash or an invigorating exfoliator that utilizes natural ingredients to get the job done.
Summer Sizzle BVI will hold a casting call for females and males interested in modeling for the Summer Sizzle BVI “Global Glamour” Fashion Show which is planned for Saturday, July 26, at the U.P.'s Cineplex Crystal Ballroom on Tortola. The model casting will take place on Monday, July 14th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at Paragon in Fish Bay upstairs DHL.
World-renowned designers, models and fresh new fashion stars will transform the British Virgin Islands into an international fashion mecca for the 6th Annual Summer Sizzle BVI fashion & lifestyle weekend. The spectacular fashion gala has become the Caribbean’s premier luxury fashion event of the year.
HAITGO by Photographer: Scharad Lightbourne This had been for a very long time, just a concept in my head. For years, I found myself fascinated with ghetto fashion, slang, style, and everything else in between. As a photographer, it served as a visual playground and the speech would amaze me. Looking back I realized how much the ghetto influenced my work. Its bold, vibrant and full of energy. The...
By Brandy Gomez-Duplessis Pretty makeup shades rock this spring. Soft flirty romantic girlie colors are never too sweet to indulge in. With so many powdery hues and yummy beauty items to drool over where do a girl start. Here are a few of my favorite spring items to help you get started.
By Nadia Ali The Caribbean has a wealth of fruits, vegetables and ground provision that fall into the category of superfoods. Most, if not all of the islands grow the following superfoods which are ideal for boosting a positive body image leading to a healthier lifestyle. So, unlock the power of these five foods and start shaping up.
By Michelle Rostamian Whether you need a relaxing massage or a face-rejuvenating facial, nothing beats the feeling of stepping into a spa. We’ve rounded up 10 of the best spas in the Caribbean because lets face it, that’s where all the magic happens!
Let’s face it. Whether you cover it up with an eye-catching case or add some bedazzled jewels to the outside, we all aim to keep our smartphones looking stylish. For most of us, having an aesthetically pleasing phone is just as important as the carrier we choose, data services, and the OS. We’ve rounded up 4 of the hottest smartphones of the moment. The only question left to ask is: What’s your de...
One of the hardest working and interesting musical ensembles I have ever seen has to be the group known as Black Violin - with their unique, innovative and groundbreaking blend of classical, R&B, hip-hop, and even a touch of Bluegrass. Jody Hill - drummer, Kev Marcus -violinist, and Wil Baptiste - violist, along with turntable whiz “TK” Dwayne Dayal, all have some Caribbean connection if
Bellaforma Wine is a producer of premi-yum wines made from the exotic fruits and flowers that adorn the Caribbean landscape. Bellaforma was the original name given to the island of Tobago by Christopher Columbus. The name means “beautiful form”.
A recent poll conducted by TransUnion, one of the major credit tracking firms showed that only 32% of Americans prepare a monthly budget to track their expenses. Since it is highly likely that the percentage is similar in our region, this statistic is particularly alarming in light of the continued slow-down in economic activity and the possibility of workers being laid off or having their work h...
As the eldest son of Stephen Marley and grandson of Bob Marley, Jo Mersa is set to release his debut EP Comfortable on June 10, 2014 on the Marley family’s imprint Ghetto Youths International (GYI).
words by E.J Webber Caribbean Posh tries to inspire readers by presenting interviews with people who come from the Caribbean, so Sardia Robinson, actress, writer, producer, comedienne, and host particularly intrigued us. This talented woman has her feet planted both in the States and in the islands by virtue of her love for her background here. Starting with a bit of her own history, Sardia Robin...
VP Records is happy to announce that Trinidadian soca vocalist and songwriter Fay Ann Lyons has signed to the Caribbean music record label for a multi-album record, publishing and merchandise deal.
Born in Jamaica and raised in Canada, Jennifer Holness easily feels comfortable in the islands as well as in Toronto, in spite of the cold weather there during winter. This one very busy lady directed the exciting and touted new film Home Again that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013. At the time of this interview she and the cast had just returned from the
The universal power of music is not better exemplified than the talents of Jamaican Reggae artist Wayne Marshall. They say that music is the Almighty playing his Aeolian harp and frolicking with the Zephyr winds to create music…and this time He has chosen as his conductor, this very seasoned and ever-so-talented modern day Reggae musician, Marshall, to bring all the vibes together.
Some things are planned, some things just happen, and then there are those things that are simply meant to be. Such is the link between Christopher Ellis, the youngest son of legendary Jamaican vocalist Alton Ellis, and the Ghetto Youths International crew.