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5 Triminghams Items You Can Still Buy

Everyone who has ever lived in Bermuda or visited our shores knows about Trimingham’s. Founded in 1842 at Waterville (current home of the Bermuda National Trust) Trimingham’s grew to be Bermuda’s largest department store and long-held its place on Bermuda’s famous Front Street. Trimingham’s closed in July 2005 and while locals and visitors alike miss the store greatly, one can continue to find vintage Trimingham’s items on eBay and Etsy.   Vintage Trimingham's Bermuda Natural Feather Bird Pin  - $20.00…


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Subscribe to The Bermudian: 4 Issues for $29

Subscribe to The Bermudian for just $29 per year and get the magazine delivered to you, wherever you are in the world. William D. Richardson, a former New Yorker magazine editor who was residing in Bermuda, launched The Bermudian magazine…


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The Low-Down on Green Beauty with Co-Founder of Cassine, Mia Chambray

This Wednesday at 8:00pm (Bermuda time) co-founder of Cassine, Mia Chambray will host a spot on our Instagram Live where she'll talk about the benefits of using green beauty products and do a makeup tutorial using the products Cassine carries.…


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The ULTIMATE Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Perfect presents for mom, all of which are available for curbside pick-up and island-wide delivery. We’re updating this list daily to include more ways to celebrate mom this Sunday - so check back regularly! And if you have the perfect…


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5 Amazing Novels to Buy and Read Right NOW!

If you're looking for an incredible and thought-provoking novel to tuck into during this time of social distancing, we highly recommend the following 5 novels. They are all available for purchase and delivery from Long Story Short, a website, tour…

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Style by Rachel: Celebrating Bermuda’s Female Designers

In recognition of International Women's Day, we're paying homage to our local female fashion designers. From designers of jewelry, handbags and clothing, this list is about women uplifting other women, while supporting local businesses and artists.   Kim Deuss (pictured above)…