Caribbean designers African prints
Photo by David I Muir

Fashion isn’t for decoration only. What we wear can be a proud declaration of our cultural heritage. This is the guiding principle for these Caribbean fashion designers, who are using African-inspired prints to create styles that fit every woman. Inspired by their culturally grounded, but always fashion-forward perspective, we take their stunning looks out for a stroll.

Makeup: Faith Elibert (Makeup by Rory Lee)


Caribbean designers African prints
Photo by David I Muir

From fashion brand Brass and Sassy, this dark, striped romper feels fit for the daring diva, combining a bare midriff with butterfly sleeves with layered pum pum shorts. Add a pair of dark strappy heels and prepare to have all eyes on you.

Model: Michelle McLean

Caribbean designers African prints
Photo by David I Muir

Also from Brass and Sassy, this matching tied bandeau top and fitted flared pants in earthy hues of orange, green and deep red create a statuesque silhouette.

Model: Michelle McLean

Caribbean designers African prints
Photo by David I Muir

Bright orange with bands of purple is made fit for a queen in this regal, billowing off-the-shoulder dress from Kulture Klothes, a chic boutique in Miami Gardens. With a floor-length hemline, it’ll make you look like you’re walking on air.

Model: Maisie McNaught

Caribbean designers African prints
Photo by David I Muir

This off-the-shoulder denim number from Kulture Klothes is dressed up with large flower patterns, accent bands of fabric, and a whole lot of bling. Casual, eye-catching, fabulous.

Model: Maisie McNaught

Photo by David I Muir

From Kulture Klothes, this sleeveless, high-low baby doll dress is fitted at the top with a shapely lower half that’s short in the front and long in the back. The blue and red fabric is accessorized with a royal blue shawl and head wrap.

Model: Kimberley McNaught


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