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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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Shenseaa’s Closet. A Fashion Look book of the Caribbean Star’s Hottest Looks.

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Jamaican dancehall beauty, Shenseea is daring, as she is beautiful. Her flawless physical beauty has been a major attraction to millions around the world, and added to her sexy physique and sexually charged lyrical content, the female bombshell maintains her position among the key players on the Caribbean’s entertainment circuit.

Ebuzztt takes a look at some of Shenseea’s boldest and most eye-catching beauty statements. Flip through our look book to see some of the “Trending Gyal” singer’s stylish wardrobe choices that keeps us all on the look out for more!

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Menswear Designer Ecliff Elie Isn’t All Fashion. He Shows Heart Too in Latest Move.

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Even fashion can play a pivotal role in the lives of Caribbean youth. Trinidad and Tobago menswear designer Ecliff Elie, concerned about the uphill battle faced by so many young men in Trinidad and Tobago, for yet another year opened his heart to do something he felt would uplift a few of them, shining the spotlight on them, if only for one special night in 2019. For a dozen teenage boys who were leaving the Secondary education system to continue their respective journeys, Elie and his team donated custom tailored suits for their graduation events.

Ecliff Elie never forgets his humble beginnings.

One student of Diego Martin Secondary was chosen by his teachers for the ultimate graduation gift from the contemporary menswear brand, Elie explaining that he had in fact given a speech at the school and engaged the teachers, asking them to choose a student they considered highly promising to be outfitted. Separately, one young man who attended CUC College was also outfitted. He had performed well academically, despite the challenges associated with his single parent background. Over in sister isle Tobago, Ecliff also teamed up with the Pink Diamond Society to deliver a suit to a special young man, chosen by the group.

Elie’s focus on fashion throughout his life catapulted him from his Arima, East Trinidad hometown, eventually opening him up to greater opportunities in the West of the island. His Rosalino Street, Woodbrook fashion house now caters to the needs of many professionals and men from all walks of life who desire the right fit, and look for various occasions. “I know how hard it can be to shoulder the many burdens that go hand in hand with adolescence. There’s a period of uncertainty faced by all youths and sometimes a little moral support can go a long way,” said Elie.

He has been a source of inspiration for many young people who’ve heard his story- his mother having been a single parent of 15 children and he being the last of the brood. Ecliff’s father passed away when he was just 5-years-old. “I know what it’s like to be in many of their shoes. My mother was forced to be the sole breadwinner after my father passed away. I know that’s not very easy for most mothers so because of my personal experience I will always try to help,” said Elie. He also called on society to think of the greater good. “I believe that if we each do what we can in our respective disciplines, to aid in at least one young person’s life journey, the Trinidad and Tobago we see now, can be uplifted and changed,” he said.

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