VALMIKI MAHARAJ – The Making Of A Tribesman

  VALMIKI MAHARAJ- Creative Director , LOST TRIBE   From showing exceptional stagecraft on high days, to participating in mundane activities that ensure the survival of the tribe, Valmiki Maharaj’s life is in many ways symbolic of the experience of the quintessential tribesman.   Valmiki moves through the world being at once the curious boyContinue reading “VALMIKI MAHARAJ – The Making Of A Tribesman”

RENEE MILFORD: Loving Learning about Make Up

Photo: Antony Scully Photogrpahy “I`m not a big make-up wearer, I don`t really like doing it on myself” – a  statement made my Reneé during our interview which surprises me. Further in the conversation she goes on to explain that this is actually part of the reason why her style as a make-up artist is theContinue reading “RENEE MILFORD: Loving Learning about Make Up”

STEPHANIE RAMLOGAN: Questioning the Critic

    As stylist Stephanie Ramlogan expanded her portfolio within fashion, she started writing pieces centred around “observing the challenges, risks and triumphs of Caribbean and Latin American designers, creatives and followers”. Seems harmless enough, but Stephanie has become a bit of a rabble-rouser with her frank assessments and opinionated articles. Her blog –“No MoreContinue reading “STEPHANIE RAMLOGAN: Questioning the Critic”

BABATU SPARROW: Designer, Stylist, Creative Spirit

Babatu Sparrow is a designer, stylist, creative director, writer, sometimes photographer and in case you couldn’t tell by the name, one of the coolest cats around. Reserved to the point of mystery, he is a stark contrast to the flamboyance of the fashion world he inhabits. He carries with him a certain stillness and neverContinue reading “BABATU SPARROW: Designer, Stylist, Creative Spirit”