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  • Monkey See Monkey Do: Fashion Designer Copycats

    I’m going to try to write this as best as I can considering that my fingers are freezing since Fall decided...

    Stephanie RamloganOctober 17, 2017
  • Aaron Schneider: Designing Immortal Costumes with Mortal Hands.

    Costume Nefertari by Aaron Schneider for Entice Carnival. Photo by Gary Jordan Studios, Model Lisa See Tai Paramin is a small...

    Ian RoyerAugust 8, 2017
  • The Lost Tribe (pour homme)

    Last Saturday was one of the most anticipated band launches of the season-  Festival of the Bands, the combined 2018 costume...

    Estevan DubrisinghAugust 3, 2017
  • A Couture Approach to Carnival

    I remember it as clear as day, walking into the Fantasy Mas Camp and running into Humzee Mohammed for the first...

    Ian RoyerAugust 1, 2017
  • Does money talk, and Plagiarism walk?

    I have always been that girl– tiniest in the school yard, but defender of the underdog. I could remember so well...

    Stephanie RamloganJuly 21, 2017
  • Trinidad Carnival 2017 in 10 Amazing Pictures

    I’m going to say some truly depressing words- Carnival 2017 has passed. True, I’ve got some sunburn, still have paint in...

    Estevan DubrisinghMarch 8, 2017
  • A Trini In Tampa with Carnival Tabanca

    (Urban Dictionary definition for Tabanca: an extreme sadness and/or a depression following one’s breakup or separation from one’s significant other.) If...

    Sarah MaingotFebruary 15, 2017
  • Men in Makeup?

    It’s definitely been a minute, but I’m back and ready to jump into some informative, entertaining, and probably somewhat eyebrow raising...

    Estevan DubrisinghFebruary 9, 2017
  • The Greatest “Show” on Earth?

    I am so tired of talking about the same old same when it comes to Trinidad Carnival. Last year thousands of...

    Stephanie RamloganJuly 28, 2016
  • The Lost Tribe: Finding itself

    I was so happy to be invited to the launch of The Lost Tribe, what Tribe is calling a Revolution of...

    Stephanie RamloganJuly 20, 2015

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