Fashion Culture: What Is Caribbean Fashion?

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Fashion Culture: What Is Caribbean Fashion?
Contributor Names
Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, N.Y.). Museum
Lawrence-Clarke, Janice
Hing, Nikhol
Young, Richard
On Tuesday, September 18, Janice Lawrence-Clarke, president and creative director of Caribbean American Fashion Exchange (CAFÉ) joined reality TV star, designer, and FIT graduate Nikhol Hing; and stylist and production designer Richard Young for a journey beyond the colors, mood, and music of Caribbean culture to the heart of Caribbean fashion, its identity, and its aesthetic.
Moving Image
Fashion design
Caribbean Area
Clothing and dress
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Fashion Institute of Technology. (2018, September 18). Fashion Culture: What Is Caribbean Fashion? [Video]. Archive on Demand.
Fashion Institute of Technology. "Fashion Culture: What Is Caribbean Fashion?." Archive on Demand, 18 Sep. 2018,
Fashion Institute of Technology, "Fashion Culture: What Is Caribbean Fashion?," Archive on Demand, September 18, 2018, video,