Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Industry Ready To Take On The World

Virtual Fashion from Trinidad and Tobago

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago: The Trinidad and Tobago Fashion Company Limited (FashionTT) has been busy ensuring that designers from the local fashion industry continue to advance on the global runway. On this note, Houston based consultancy Cardinal Services and FashionTT are leading the Q1/2022 Virtual Trade Mission, Conference and Fashion Exhibition using a dynamic virtual conferencing platform customised by Cardinal Services LLC. “Our focus is on disruptive technology that brings innovative solutions to workplace problems” says CEO of Cardinal Services and Solutions, Dr Sabeeta Bidasie-Singh.

It is imperative to point out that the Trinidad and Tobago fashion industry is on the cusp of international expansion. Our local designers are prepared to transition from small scale export to larger opportunities selling to buyers’ boutiques, agents, and large online retailers. FashionTT has worked with

Virtual Fashion from Trinidad and Tobago

designers over the past six years to ensure that their business operations, procedures, and processes are globally competitive.  FashionTT’s GVC designers are in the position to fulfil larger global business orders.  The government has thrown its full support behind Trinidad and Tobago fashion and its designers. The national export facilitation agency exporTT has partnered with FashionTT through its Export Booster Initiative to support this virtual trade mission.

We encourage everyone to come meet our Fashion Designers and hear from a panel of expert speakers on March 25th 2022 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (EST). The event is open to the public and can be accessed by clicking on the link below:






The designers participating in the Trade Mission and Virtual Fashion Exhibition are:

The 1ndividual AestheticThe ClothMeiling
Charu Lochan DassHeather Jones InternationalJ. Angelique
Claudia PegusThe Hideout ClothingGenesis Swimwear
Neha KarinaEcliff Elie 


The 11 designers profiles will be available on the Virtual Exhibition platform designed to match the Caribbean Aesthetics welcoming guests with the sounds of Soca Music and cultural images that showcase the identity and soul of Trinidad and Tobago.  

Interestingly, seventy five percent of the top tier designers in the GVC programme have female owned and operated businesses.  These businesses are founded and run by women and predominantly caters to women of all ages, shapes, sizes, ethnicities, and style preferences. 

Based in the Caribbean, these brands ensure that when it is worn it delivers the look good and feel good whether it’s in the boardroom, at top levels of the government and judiciary, at the beach or in a Carnival band.

FashionTT is asking everyone to block their calendars on March 25th 2022 to join the Virtual Fashion Exhibition showcasing the 11 selected designers from Trinidad and Tobago.

Email contact enquiries to our Consultant Dr Sabeeta Bidasie-Singh at or call +1 832 860 9656

 for more information on participating in this inaugural event.