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Guest Blog : Sandy Bay

Hi guys! My name is Amy and I’m takin’ over this BLOG SPACE! Whoop! If you don’t know me, I am Kim’s awesome baby sister and number one (though, currently retired) West Indies Wear model. Ha! I spent my entire 20’s living the dream in the Caribbean and I’m here today to talk about my very favorite island, Roatan… Enjoy x As Fall starts to dwindle into frosty mornings and down jackets after sunset, have you been dreaming about crystal-clear Caribbean waters? Sipping frozen cocktails with your feet in the sand? Exploring a new paradise? If so, I’d L O V E to introduce you to the beautiful Bay Islands, off the coast of Honduras and perched in the gorgeous...

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NEW compostable bags.... BUT you won't believe what I did !!

Well you guys know that I like to try to do the right thing.... all that plastic on our garments makes me feel ill, but with the shipments coming from India, and sitting in our warehouse, and then being shipped to you guys, I feel like I have no choice but to protect our island goodies from damage along the way.... Finally with all this talk about plastics, I did some research and discovered with horror, that the "biodegradable" plastics we have used for years.... is not actually that great either.  Did you realize that "biodegradable" just means that it doesn't necessarily "breakdown" it breaks UP into a gazillion tiny pieces.... yes tiny micro-plastics in our landfills, soils, oceans, and waterways....

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Sailing in the Whitsunday Islands

This time last week were sailing on a charter boat in the Whitsunday Islands.  It was the first time we had been sailing since we sold our own boat in the Caribbean to move back to Australia in 2011.  Since that time a lot has changed.  Our 7 year old daughter who grew up on the boat in the Caribbean with us is now 15.  We have also had 2 more children, since leaving the Caribbean, and they had never been on a sailboat before.... so it was quite an adventure for them all.  Here is a photo of us all as we were about to set off on our own. We had such an incredible trip.  The first 6 days were spectacular weather,...

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Tiny little line...

Each year when I go into production with the new collection, we work with a small Indian family manufacturer.  This is a 4th generation family company, that was started by the Great Grandfather back in 1970 (before I was born).  Here is a family photo taken at a recent family wedding. I work with the great grandson, Sanskar.  This young man is in his late 20's and is so organized and so good at reading what I want.... when I tell him how talented he is at deciphering my scribbles, he tells me he doesn't know why..... he just grew up hearing about fabrics, fashion & production at the dinner table.  Recently he sent me this photo of his sister's wedding.... look...

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Hurricane UPDATE : How can we help

If you are thinking of reaching out to help the people of the Bahamas, please ensure you give to reputable organisations. Cash is always a useful option.... but if you prefer to do actual items here are some tips.... Please be aware that the landfill of the islands will already be very overwhelmed with the hurricane damaged rubbish, so please do not send your old unwanted stuff.... JUNK is not needed. These are the sorts of things that the hurricane survivors need, that might be overlooked... 1. Hair ties 2. Combs and hair brushes 3. Toothbrushes & toothpaste.  Soap. 4. Toilet paper 5. Razors for both men & women 6. Vitamins 7. Belts 8. Cleaning supplies, such as washing detergent, disinfectant, brooms, mops, paper towels 9. Mosquito...

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