SO2Sunday, June 20, 2021
Happy Father's Day to #girldad Hugh Findletar, our fiercely proud, talented, Milan-based multi-media artist Rock star whose daughter Zadie Irie is the apple of his eye.
It's Father's Day, and dads deserve to be pampered and celebrated. What to give dad? How about a floral silk shirt from Haveli's More Masculine collection? Dad will thank you profusely for his signature airy textile, bold print, easy elegant shirt. The best part is that you can twin for the day as the shirts look just as fab on you!
Address: 10A West Kings House Road, Kgn 10
Instagram : @haveli
Photos: Mina Robertson
Models: Azuri Campbell and Randall Richards
Since launching contemporary clothing brand Theophilio in 2016, Jamaican designer Edvin Thompson has consistently topped fashion's “ones to watch” lists with his bold but wearable designs. Combining nostalgia from his juvenile days in Jamaica with New York City's culture has proved a winning formula for Thompson with A-listers Gabrielle Union, Tinashe, and Keke Palmer spotted in his designs.
He's again in the spotlight, snagging a spot on Dazed magazine and Converse's roster of 100 individuals across activism, art, fashion, entrepreneurship, film, music, photography, and beauty who are competing for mentorship and a US$30,000 grant.
Model Alicia Burke dons the Theophilio SS'21 Shocking Color Dress for L'Officiel India. Burke was lensed by fashion photographer JD Barnes here on the Rock.
This year's ANDAM Fashion Award finalists have been announced, and British-born, Rock-blooded menswear designers Grace Wales Bonner and Bianca Saunders are among the group of 14.
The ANDAM competition, created by Nathalie Dufour as a joint venture between the French Ministry of Culture and the Defi Mode fashion organisation, has been rewarding young fashion designers around the world since 1989. The goal: To develop the fashion industry of tomorrow. It has, throughout the years, rewarded Martin Margiela, Viktor&Rolf, Jeremy Scott, Gareth Pugh and Iris Van Herpen, to name a few.
Now you can read the Jamaica Observer ePaper anytime, anywhere. The Jamaica Observer ePaper is available to you at home or at work, and is the same edition as the printed copy available at https://bit.ly/epaper-login