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Haiti's social and economic narrative is being rewritten by innovative entrepreneurs dedicated to championing sustainability and self-sufficiency while celebrating the vibrant and creative culture of the island and its citizens, which dates back to the Haitian Revolution that started in 1791 and represents the world’s first and only successful slave revolt.

 

Des cornes de boeuf comme matière première. Un brin de folie pour les accessoires vestimentaires. Et un souci d'innovation pour l'art décoratif et ornemental. Cela suffit à Daphnée Floréal, créatrice de bijoux artisanaux et d'ornements, pour réaliser des boucles d'oreilles grands et petits formats, des colliers, des bagues, des bracelets et des ceinturons. Les visiteurs de « Artisanat en fête » en auront pour leur délectation.

Daphne Karen Floreal, the Owner of Bijou Lakay, has built a powerful jewelry business that completely upset the Haitian fashion industry. “Oser, innover, Recycler” (dare, innovate, recycle in English) are the three words that best describe her line of accessories. Allow me to introduce you to Daphnee and her business Bijou Lakay through this recent interview.

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