Internationally acclaimed high fashion magazine Vogue was apparently ‘high on Jamaica’ on Wednesday as they published a slew of online articles about Jamaican culture.

Vogue Online published about 17 articles In-depth and well-researched articles about reggae music, artistes dance moves, fashion models and trends that Jamrock has inspired worldwide.

These articles induded:
Meet The Millennial Musicians Behind Jamaica’s New Movement
The Golden Age of Reggae: An Archival Romp With Roots Pioneer Patricia Chin
Inside Geejam: The Sublime Jamaican Resort and Music Studio Where Rihanna, Drake, and Diplo Record
The Designer of Rihanna’s Pum Pum Socks Talks True Jamaican Style
Vogue’s Guide to Jamaica: The Best of Ocho Rios, Negril, Port Antonio, Treasure Beach, and Kingston
One-of-a-Kind Jamaican Dancehall Signs From the Collection of Maxine Walters
Vogue’s Guide to the Best Roots Reggae Venues in Kingston
The Ultimate Dancehall Workout: 5 Easy Moves for an Island Life Body
Meet Skip Marley: The Newest Musician From the Marley Clan
How Jamaica Fell for the Desert Boot: The Story of Reggae’s Love Affair With Clarks
Trenchtown Rock: Portraits of Reggae’s Rising Stars
15 Roots Reggae Songs You Should Know
5 Jamaican Top Models Who Changed the Face of Fashion
Revisiting Rockers: Why the Styles of the ’70s Reggae Cult Classic Still Endure
Meet the Man Behind Jamaica’s Model Wave
Marlon James on Winning the Man Booker Prize, Fictionalizing Bob Marley
Reggae by the Numbers: Google Searches Around the World

In one of the feature articles titled Reggae Revival, young reggae sensations Chronixx, Protoje, Jesse Royal, Kelissa and Kabaka Pyramid were all featured. There were even video clips of the artistes in Jamaican settings and interesting quotes from their Vogue interviews.

Bob Marley’s grandson, Skip Marley took an entire article for himself titled Meet Skip Marley: The newest musician from the Marley clan.Internationally acclaimed high fashion magazine Vogue was apparently ‘high on Jamaica’ on Wednesday as they published a slew of online articles about Jamaican culture.

Vogue Online published over 15 articles In-depth and well-researched articles about reggae music, artistes dance moves, fashion models and trends that Jamrock has inspired worldwide.

In one of the feature articles titled Reggae Revival, young reggae sensations Chronixx, Protoje, Jesse Royal, Kelissa and Kabaka Pyramid were all featured. There were even video clips of the artistes in Jamaican settings and interesting quotes from their Vogue interviews.

Bob Marley’s grandson, Skip Marley took an entire article for himself titled Meet Skip Marley: The newest musician from the Marley clan.

Also featured in the flood of Jamaican information was the founder of Saint International Deiwght Peters along with models from his model agency including Tami Williams and Kai Newman who have appeared in Vogue.

Now Vogue could not pay homage to Jamaica without featuring top models from the island. Jamaican models Grace Jones, Nadine Willis and Stacey Mckenzie receiving glowing tributes for being trail blazers.

This is not the first time that Jamaican-focused articles have been written by Vogue but yesterday’s group of Jamaican articles is the biggest feature done on Jamaica by Vogue which is viewed as the “Holy Grail” by most celebrities worldwide.
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