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JAMAICAN CREATIVES IN TEENVOGUE ARTICLE

 

Abihail Myrie and Neko Kelly were featured in TeenVogue entertainment writer Sara Li’s 13 Best Vogue Challenge Posts article.

The article references the recent social media challenge inviting creatives (photographers, models, stylists, make-up artists, etc) to place the words “V-O-G-U-E” on their images as if they are an actual Vogue cover.

Myrie, daughter of Jamaican singer Buju Banton is a fashion model and shared images from a Desert Storm-titled editorial for the latest issue of the Collection MoDA’s MoDA Mag.

Neko Kelly is a burgeoning fashion stylist, known for his edgy art direction, as seen in the images he shared of some of his work.

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Jamaican artist Nari Ward’s solo exhibition, We the People, is at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, USA July 1st to September 1st.

Ten Caribbean School of Architecture students made history by participating in the first ever International Dezeen Virtual Design Festival.

Mary Wells will be one of the artists speaking on ‘Memory is a Weapon’, an international discussion this Friday, June 26, at 1:00pm Eastern Caribbean time, 12noon Jamaica time.

Caribbean Resiliency is the theme of the 2020 Summer Series for Diversity in Design Arts and Architecture, from June 24, 2020 to July 1, 2020.

Jamaican-born model turned actor Michael Ward, stars in the new film Lover’s Rock, an official Cannes selection for 2020. Ward and co-star Amarah-Jae St.

The BBC has made a film on the story of a Jamaican whose life was changed by the Windrush scandal.

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