Best Fashion Companies in Jamaica

Looking for Best Fashion in Jamaica? Find the list of Best Fashion Companies in Jamaica on our business directory. Best Fashion Companies near me.
Looking for Best Fashion in Jamaica? Find the list of Best Fashion Companies in Jamaica on our business directory. Best Fashion Companies near me.
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Janine Mclaren Photography

Montego Bay, Montego Bay, Saint James
Janine Mclaren is a Jamaican based freelance photographer whose work focuses on wedding, travel, real estate and portraiture.
 Verified+7  Years with us

Mintech Distributors

67 Molynes Road, Kingston 10, Kingston, Saint Andrew
A Storage and Material Handling Products Website offering a wide range of plastic pallets, plastic bins and totes, shelves and trolleys.
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Gav Imports Ltd

92 Constant Spring Rd, Kingston 10, Kingston
Sign & Awning Supplies| Official Dealer for Orafol Americas Inc, Mimaki Inc & Siser
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Trimmings World

Shop 1 Premier Plaza, Kingston 10, Kingston
We are your one stop shop for everything you need for trimmings, fabric, buttons, thread, sewing machine, and much more.

Pablos Fabric Store Kingston Head Office

13 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 10, Kingston, Saint Andrew
Clothing Store in Kingston


4 Windsor Ave, May Pen, Kingston
Kheal's is an international, multimedia and entertainment company based in Kingston, Saint Andrew. Established in 2014, the firm provides a multitude of artistic services.

Ping's Fabrics

13 1/2 C Spring Rd Kingston 10, Kingston, Saint Andrew
Ping's Fabrics operates a chain of eight retail stores across central to western Jamaica.

Style Quotient

730a Spanish Town Rd, Kingston, Kingston parish
Style Quotient is a regularly updated fashion blog that features a load of articles on beauty tips, fashion, clothing and jewelry for girls and women. In the blog, you can find a number of articles re...
 Verified+4  Years with us


Saint Andrew, Kingston
Hadasshe is a fashion company based in Jamaica that offers ethically-sourced apparel, accessories, and personal care products for women and children. In 2019, the company launched an eCommerce platfor...

Jolly's Designz

Porto Bello Mews, Montego Bay, Saint James
HOME , Jolly'z Designz , About Site , About My Work There are different themes of grapics; the one you ask for is the one you will recieve. They are really nice and I hope you like them and
 Verified+11  Years with us

Villa Col-Dew

Shop10, Browns Plaza, Ocho Rios

Saint Intl Ltd

6 Dunrobin Avenue, Kingston 10, Saint Ann's Bay, Saint Ann

Timmy Yip Chinese Fast Food

Shop 6, 141B Constant Spring Road (8), Kingston

Apparel & More

8 Lady Musgrave Rd Kingston 5, Kingston


Shop 4 Manor Pk Plaza Kingston 8, Kingston
102 companies

Fashion in Jamaica is vibrant, colourful and unique. From the bright and bold reggae styles of the 1970s to the modern, contemporary fashion of today, Jamaican fashion has always embraced the island's vibrant culture and spirit. Jamaica's fashion is heavily influenced by its people, music, art and Caribbean culture. Traditional clothing is often seen in brightly coloured patterns, often featuring intricate designs and details. The most popular items of clothing are often made of linen or cotton and feature traditional batik prints or hand-painted designs.

Jamaican fashion has also been heavily influenced by the music of the island. Reggae and dancehall music have long been a source of inspiration for local fashion designers, who often use bright colours and bold prints to create unique and modern styles. Popular Jamaican fashion trends include the traditional kente cloth, maxi dresses, crop tops, jumpsuits and shorts.

In recent years, Jamaica has also seen an increase in international fashion designers and brands taking inspiration from the island's culture and style. International fashion houses such as Dsquared2, Calvin Klein, and Vivienne Westwood have all featured designs inspired by Jamaica. This influx of international brands has not only brought a new level of sophistication to Jamaican fashion, but has also provided more opportunities for local designers to showcase their creativity.

All in all, Jamaican fashion is diverse and varied, and continues to evolve as the island's culture and fashion industry grows. From traditional