Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Jamaican-born, New York-based fashion designer Edvin Thompson, who won the Council of Fashion Designers of America's (CFDA) American Emerging Designer of the Year Award last year, is featured in

In an interview with writer Asia Milia, Thompson spoke about his friend and muse Melonee Rembert, who appeared in the article with him. "Understanding the woman's body is so important for me. Melonee [is] a full-figured woman whom a lot of people aren't used to seeing in certain skirts or dresses. I love how empowered she feels in the clothing," he explained.

And in more #Theophilio news, dancehall megastar Grace "Spice" Hamilton stepped out in Look 24 from Theophilio's Spring 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection for her new music video, Sexercise. Hamilton rocked the mesh 'fit with a swimsuit, styling courtesy of creative director Tahi Guy Roland.

Plus, Jamaican model Kyla Ramsey is starring front and centre in Scoop's latest campaign. The model delivered in looks from the brand's new Fall 2022 collection, curated by American fashion designer Brandon Maxwell, which the outlet describes as, "so cosy, so chic, so cool".

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