The Chic of Mustique by Nick Remsen

November 17, 2018

The tiny Caribbean island is celebrating its 50th year as the glamour set’s favourite getaway

By Nick Remsen

“When Colin Tennant first conjured up Mustique, I believe he wanted it to be a place where people’s fantasies could become a reality,” says Bunbury. “In many respects he achieved just that . . . it was more important to be ‘avant-garde’ than to be able to afford haute couture. Unlike a private club, or some of the other Caribbean islands, where people want to look and dress the same, Mustique is filled with variety and the unexpected. It is definitely a place of extremes — from understated to flamboyant, manicured to wild, and simple to theatrical. But it’s never dull.”

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