Stella Jean Menswear Spring/Summer 2016 Collection: Man gets his stripe on with the traditional handwoven Burkinabe Danfani fabric. The cotton textile is handwoven by women weavers in BurkinaFaso.
Orders from Stella Jean provide regular income to women so they can provide for their family and be financially independent.
Haitian stylist and fashion designer Abs Petit unveiled her new fashion collection “VBSTRVKTD” at a private mansion event in Orlando last month.
Abs Petit (born Abigail Petit-Frere) is a reality television star with an eclectic style that helped her emerge as a fan favorite on Season One of E!’s “House of DVF”. Considered by many to be a breath of fresh air to the fashion industry, Petit is a Florida based wardrobe stylist of Haitian heritage with years of
design and fashion experience.
Stylist and fashion designer, Abigail Petit-Frere known in the fashion industry as Abs Petit announced the launch of her new fashion brand that features a collection of pieces created exclusively for women by the designer.
The brand “VBSTRVKTD” features six introductory pieces for the purpose of peaking the interest of investors to produce a fuller line in the future.
The birth of the idea was forged shortly after the designers E! TV experience with fashion icon, Diane Von Furstenberg. “She gave me the confidence to be the woman I wanted to be.” Said – Abs Petit.
See pictures from the collection after the jump.
Spring and summer are prime opportunities for one of music lovers favorite past times-festivals. From Coachella, to South by Southwest to local musical gatherings, the thing that is just as important as the bands on stage is the fashion.
This month, one of the hottest (literally) events is the Haitian Music Festival happening in May. There are so many ways to look cool while jamming to your favorite Konpa songs and drinking your Prestige or Kremas.
Here’s a look at some fun ideas.
Haitian Heritage month starts today (May 1st), and the Haitian Compas Festival is right around the corner which means you need to stop everything you’re doing now and SHOP. Yes You! it’s now time to focus on the most important part—what you’re going to wear, of course.
As such, today we’re bringing you twelve cute and distinct Haitian Flag Day outfits that you need to buy right now before it’s too late.
Scroll through to see and shop our picks including the Proud Nation Wear: White Identity Men/Women T-Shirt above. We’re sure you’ll a look you’ll love.
Haitian fashion designer Prajje Jr. Jean-Baptiste (Prajje 1983) launches GoFUndMe campaign to raise money for his Spring-Summer 2016 fashion project in Haiti. The Spring-Summer 2016 is inspired by two of Haiti’s most mystical goddesses “Ezulie Freda and Ezulie Dantor.”
Prajje 1983 is a start-up fashion brand the brainchild of Prajje Jean-Bapiste, a young New York based designer, who, until last year, had never showcased his work in his native Haiti.
In December 2014, Prajje presented a major fashion exhibition in Petion-Ville, showcasing Prajje 1983 past and present creations and documented the designer’s creativity and contemporary spirit.