Kerry-Ann Clarke is the owner of the boutique Kerry ManWomanHome in Jamaica. She is founder of The Collection Moda – Jamaica’s premier fashion event, studied at Parsons School of Design, and interned at Vogue. I had a virtual sit down with this Caribbean boss babe and now you get to read all about it!
18Hey guys, so I decided to refresh this post for you and share it again because I am still just as into print mixing and there have been great new examples since I first shared it with you guys.
So, once in a while, I write about make-up. Here, you can read what my daily make-up routine once was. And here, you can see what was the catalyst that pushed me towards paying more attention to, and taking better care of my skin. I realized the less blemishes to hide, the easier and less time consuming get ready would be – sort of like using photoshop to edit pictures.
All of that being said, my go to cosmetic item is mascara. I am a sucker for long, thick eyelashes. I have the length, however, I do not have the volume. So I have been on a multi year scavenger hunt for the mascara that does this for me. Note: all of my mascaras are always in the blackest of black in the waterproof formula that I can find in the specific line.
My Cirque du Soleil fascination started in architecture school. One of my projects was to design a tower for the company’s headquarters in Canada. For inspiration, I watched hours and hours of shows and from then on I really wanted to go see one! One of the biggest reasons I would recommend a Cirque performance to anyone is the fact that they do not use animals. A lot of people boy cut circuses because of the inhumane conditions that animals are kept in or trained in. Thankfully, this is not something that Cirque engages in.
My very first Cirque du Soleil show was a touring show titled Read More