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Archived: Bliss, Harts Team Up With International Nail Laquer Line, Faby, For C2K18.

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Italian nail lacquer, Faby was recently launched in Carnival country, Trinidad and Tobago. Already, there’s news that the high end beauty brand has teamed up with Carnival mas bands, Bliss and Harts to roll out an exclusive 2018 Carnival collection of colours.

Faby nail colors.

EBUZZTT has learnt that the line will consist of 12 vibrant hues, among them, “Crossing the Stage”, “Jump n Wave”, “No Wining on the Police” and “Soca Music”. The 12 colours are being created especially for T&T’s Carnival 2018 season.

At last week’s launch held at Soft Box Studios and Art Gallery in St. Clair, Faby co-founder, Alberto Viale, said he was happy to partner with local distributor, BodyNV, to finally have the nail lacquers in the Caribbean. Choosing Trinidad and Tobago, he said, was easy.

“The vibrant culture and people of Trinidad and Tobago is everything that Faby nail couture is about – colour, excitement, luxury.” – Alberto Viale

He added, “When BodyNV asked if we could do a collection for Carnival 2018, we quickly said yes. And the partnership with Bliss and Harts perfectly aligns with our high standards of quality and excitement.”

Dean Ackin (Band Leader BLISS) , Nicole Aleong (Managing Director, Body NV Distributors Ltd), Alberto Viale (Co-founder and VP International Sale, Faby Nails), Blake Batson (New Business Development Manager, Body NV Distributors Ltd)

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Fay Ann’s Got That Bikini Body and She Knows It. Take A Look.

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What’s hotter than a big butt and slim waist? … some would say rock hard abs and toned legs. This past weekend, on the island of St. Thomas, Soca’s hot bod mom, Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez struck a killer pose, inciting some social media excitement and we were there for it.

Lyons and her hubby were the highlight performers at an event on Saturday night on the island and on Sunday, after the dust had cleared, it was all about a little well deserved R&R. Strutting her stuff in a black bandeau bikini, the mohawk rocking mama was certainly the envy of all who had eyes to see on social media, giving fans and haters alike a little taste of her husband’s delight. Fay Ann’s never one to show too much- at least not since she gave birth to her daughter. She very rarely shows too much skin, always opting for more respectable looks that are flattering to her toned physical structure.

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‘Gangsta’ Fashion Trend Gets Some Caribbean Designer Pizazz.

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Bunji Garlin was accused of glorifying banditry when he covered his face last year.

Last year, Bunji Garlin’s name was embroiled in a bit of chaos after he wore a bandana (handkerchief) across his face. His outrage on social media after television morning show host, Fazeer Mohammed deemed his face covering “gangster fashion,” sparked an outpouring of public support with many, from all walks of life sharing photos of themselves, donning their bandanas across their faces, in true Garlin fashion. Bunji had brought to the fore, the social issue often faced when it comes to fashion and how certain items of clothing is worn.

Fast forward to 2018 and the bandanna trend has been upgraded, so much so that a business has been created that’ll see varying bandanna patterns accessorised to highlight the trend positively. Peter Q Bannz Richards is a producer, dancer, choreographer, costume designer, television host and the list goes on. He now adds accessory designer to that resume, as he delivers bans by Bannz- ‘blinged’ out bandanas. “The aim is to remove the stigma that bandanas are classified as a downtown/ghetto accessory. Now, we’re wearing our bandanas like crowns, making them classy with a little bit go gangsta infused,” he told EBUZZTT.

The idea for the accessorised bandanna came to Richards in October 2017 and he has since been working arduously behind the scenes, creating various patterns and telling a story through them that would in essence, make people from all walks of life feel comfortable with the popular fashion trend.

Question now is, what’s next? Imagine those Rihanna inspired face masks…? Could it be on the horizon? Oh, what a riot that may cause when conservatives get wind of such a movement.

Rihanna wore this face mask at Coachella 2018.

 

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