The 1960s J'can girl ... today

Stephanie Lyew, Youthlink Writer

Morph From top to knapsack to tote bag

Chad Bryan, Youthlink Writer

Winners of the Youth Innovators competition - which was orchestrated by Katalyxt, an incubator for developing business - are hoping that their recent product, which they've named Morph, under the Grunge brand, will be a success once it hits the market.

Trend Report: Caribbean Fashionweek

Latara Boodie and Biko Kennedy, Youthlink Writers

Caribbean Fashionweek 2013 came and went in a chic - albeit summer-heat-laden - flash. As the fashion-obsessed flocked the National Indoor Sports Centre between June 7-9 to immerse themselves in the upcoming season's must-haves, we couldn't help but notice the top trends that emerged from the audience; from subtle takes on lace and a trip back to nature to luxe brights and beyond. Here are a few trends that simply couldn't go unnoticed. 

Capri pants/ cropped pants

Nyanda's style journey

Jamila Litchmore, Youthlink Writer

To many, Nyanda Thorbourne (@NyandaBnL) is still the other half of the duo Brick and Lace. However, now solo, there is no better way to describe her than in her own words. She is "a Jamaican girl, living her dream!" She is living life and doing music on her own terms. It is not easy to step away from all that you have known, but one adjusts.

Where fashion and music intersect