Days before hundreds of millions of people around the world witness the outstanding skills of the Caribbean's athletes, a documentary about the spirit of region's people will be unveiled in London.
"Built To Last", produced by the Barbadian production company Studio Caribe, follows the amazing Caribbean men and women competing in a range of Olympic, Paralympic and non-Olympic sports whose stories of success defy the odds stacked against them.
Proyecto Esperanza launches campaign # PonteEnSuLugar to break the indifference and put ourselves in the place of those who have suffered the consequences of violence in Venezuela
Last Saturday July 28th, dozens of people gathered in a public square in Caracas to perform a symbolic act in which they put themselves in the place of Maria Elena Delgado, a Venezuelan mother who has lost three children to the hands of violence. The activity marked the beginning of the campaign #PonteEnSuLugar, promoted by Proyecto Esperanza, that involves more than 60 personalities from different fields of the Venezuelan public.
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The ela Design Company debuts edgy, runway-inspired costume designs and Carnival "Monday Wear" for TRIBE Carnival band's 2013 presentation
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (July 23, 2012) - The ela Design Company presented its first ever Carnival costume at the TRIBE 2013 "Butterflies, Beasts and Bacchanal" band launch presentation, held at the Queens Park Savannah in Port of Spain over the weekend.
"Kallimini", named after the butterfly known for its natural leaf-colored exterior but vibrant iridescent colors when its wings are open, is one of 14 sections in the band.
Exotic Indian square patterns form part of the costume design with intricate bra and waist band pieces complemented by necklace and belly chain features.
Kallimini's costume base is turquoise and gold, and the turquoise feathers are streaked with a fiery orange and hints of black.The private section is to be marketed by the "Cocktails" group and will be sponsored by MoÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â«t & Chandon.