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Pure Opulence

Published:Sunday | July 31, 2016 | 12:00 AM
From left: Aquasol's Raymond Kerr, Ucal's Car Rental's Ucal Brown and Cars to Cars Auto, Lution Lewis enjoying Opulence.
Secrets Resorts' Deryk Meany is flanked by his sons, Michael (left) and Jonathon.
From left: Heather Chambers, PetaGaye Givens and Janet Chen strike a pose for our camera.
From left: Deidre Rose, Simone Williams and Shereen Lewis.
Ashley Sutherland of Global Gateway (left) and Katy Baktash, Jazzy T's girlfriend.
From left: Monique Mitchell, Rachel Marley, Michele Adiansingh, Rachel Ferguson, Janice Karam and Karla Ferguson.
From left: Supreme Venture's Carolyn Bolt, Digicel's Brian Bennett-Easy and his wife, Makeba, of First Global Bank.
From left: Hard Rock Café's André Dixon, Digicel's Joy Clark and Amstar dmc's Richard Bourke.
From left: Jennifer Cape, NaGina Newman and Kedeish Hill.
From left: Jamaica Broiler's Andrew Brown poses with colleague Vanessa King and her fiancé Dr David Lowe of Caribbean Producers Jamaica.
Two of the country's air traffic controllers, from left: Mikhail Myers and Amber-Gail Grandison share lens with head of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority, Nari Williams Singh at Digicel's Opulence party at the Seawind Beach Club last Saturday, July 23.
Digicel Foundation's Harry Smith and Main Event's Donna Hussey at Digicel's Opulence party at the Seawind Beach Club.


The word OPULENCE was written boldly in gold, depicting the richness of the Digicel 'by invitation only' party last Saturday afternoon at the Seawind Beach Club in Montego Bay, St James.

The event was held in collaboration with Secrets Resorts, and those fortunate enough to be included on the guest list were in for a treat.

It is not a stretch to declare the chic affair one of the best parties to hit the Second City in 2016.

With seven months gone in the year, those coming after last Saturday's event will have to come good.

Digicel had taken a one-year break from hosting the party, so the return was sweet for those who complained of withdrawal symptoms in 2015. The mobile giant returned with a vengeance, and this was evidenced by the great vibe and music that stirred the loins and satisfied the soul.

Guests were treated to a red-carpet entry, mimosas, and fabulous food stations.

There was nothing to beat this party, which had everyone dancing to some of the biggest names in dancehall, reggae, hip hop, soul, soca, and salsa.