In all her glory – The eclectic moods of Nicole Dyer Griffith – shot on location at Times Square New York by Stephen Doobal, Makeup – Kirk Cambridge Del Pesche, Styling/Art Direction – Richard Young
From National pageant titleholder to dynamic outspoken politician to motivational social activist- She’s still got what it takes!
From the regal flamboyance of the folk inspired, surplice neckline, full flared dress by Indigenous Dominique La Roche Designs (ID DLR D) to the quixotic Poncho in immaculate white silk petals by drennaLUNA of Jamaica, to the quintessential Afro-Caribbean kaftan in abstract, Carnivalesque prints a la K2K Alliance. “Cosquelle becomes couture” – here’s to branding Caribbean style and presenting it to the world” says Caribbean fashion guru, Richard Young.
In the words of the inimitable fashion icon Coco Chanel “fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”
“Fashion changes but style endures” Nicole Dyer-Griffith surely epitomizes this sentiment as she reiterates “a girl should be two things: classy and fabulous”
All part of the eclectic fashion showcase recently presented at Fashion Institute of Technology by Richard Young