T&T Fashions: To ‘Dye’ For
T&T Fashions Creative Director Simone Gordon (Photos: Naphtali Junior)

Kingston Night Market (KNM) is back, and with it, the opportunity for patrons to enjoy a weekly cultural fest and lend financial support to the vendors.

The spotlight was on T&T Fashions, Tuesday last, with the label’s creative director Simone Gordon reintroducing her most shopped collection, notably To ‘Dye’ For, using fellow creatives as her models.

“Kingston Night Market for me is not just about selling, it’s like I’m at home with extended family. It is a complete experience, the music, the food and the people. It’s a real Jamaican vibe!” shared Gordon before adding, “As it relates to the tie-dye collection, shoppers are loving it and the demand is greater than the supply. People also love the fact that no two pieces are the same, so they are getting a one-of-a-kind piece.”

Tuesday Style Fashion reintroduces the To ‘Dye’ For collection and reminds readers that Kingston Night Market is on this and every Tuesday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm at 8 Hillcrest Avenue, Kingston 6.

Fashion designer, content creator, and brand strategist Stacia Davidson sports T&T fashions Tie-Dye Body-Con Dress In Blue.
Intricate Designs principal Teadro Ellis showcases the Bohemian Tie-Dye High-Low Dress from T&T Fashions. This dress is made from 100% lightweight cotton and fitsmost body types effortlessly.
Eazy Apparel principal Margaret Christie models the Tie-Dye Kaftan.
Accessory designer and principal of Chelle Mac Bags Michelle McDonald dons the Loose Fitting Tye-Dye Dress with elastic sleeves. This ankle-length dress can be worn on or off the shoulders and fits from a size small to large.

T&T Fashions

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Tel: 1(876) 366-4452

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