Sade Roxborough

Made in Tobago

Sade Roxborough designs are for the quintessential Caribbean woman who is stylish, confident and marches to her own tune. The ready-to-wear designs are chic, uniquely simple and embody the spirited yet easy-going vibe of the Caribbean.

Drawing inspiration from the elements of nature the designs are astutely constructed of light, airy and comfortable textiles with a palette ranging from pristine white to vibrant and occasional multi-tonal hues.

The designs feature dresses, blouses, skirts of varying lengths, shorts, and pants. Sade Roxborough's design aesthetic conveys an effortless poised finish, which ultimately conjures one’s innate yearning for all things Caribbean.

The designer duo team, Aquisha Francis and Timeka Harry is nothing short of what their brand represents. The duo met at University in a clothing and textile workshop a few years ago and immediately gravitated to each other as they both possessed an intimidating individual style that is classy, uniquely simple and displayed effortlessly. Their love for fashion and head-to-toe presentation, inevitably led to the creation of their design label to embody who they are and what they exemplify; As a result, their design label Sade Roxborough was birthed in September 2012.

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A Creative Professional with over twenty years experience. Which he gained during his time spent at a few of Trinidad’s top advertising agencies. Then functioning as the Regional Creative head of the Caribbean’s largest retailer. Contributing to the development of the group’s regional marketing strategy. Forming the regional Design Strategy. Conceptualisation and execution of all creative, marketing and advertising communication for the group’s brands. With oversight of regional and local creative teams and creative processes. He continues to sharpen his creative edge. A passionate, twenty-four hour creative junky. Admirer of sexy typefaces, lover of words and aspiring life long learner. He is also the founder of A BigBox Of Crayons. An online and offline community for creative thinkers + makers in Trinidad & Tobago.