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Something Extra - Monday

Published:Friday | March 20, 2015 | 2:57 PM
United States first lady Michelle Obama arrived at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo, last Wednesday in fine style wearing a Kenzo - a French fashion house that was founded by Japanese designer Kenzo Takada, but its creations today are designed by the American dream team Humberto Leon and Carol Lim. Obama is visiting Japan and Cambodia, who are among Asia's richest and poorest nations, to highlight cooperation on helping girls finish their educations.
Sandals Negril’s entertainment manager, Tashana Wright (right) and entertainment coordinator, Samantha Brown were ready for the camera following the resort’s annual Prestige Awards held recently under the theme, I AM Sandals, I’m an Icon.
Emprezz Golding, (left) take a selfie with (from left) Joylene Griffiths Irving, director, corporate social responsibility and executive director of Scotia Foundation; Jacqueline Sharp, president and CEO of Scotiabank and Sheila Roseau, director of United Nations Population Fund Caribbean Office at the Scotiabank Girls Empowered for Motherhood and Success Conference at the Jamaica Conference Centre, downtown Kingston recently.
Ellisse Campbell, assistant brand manager Smirnoff hangs out with Ian Wong CEO Coldfield Manufacturing during the Frenchmen French LYME at The Deck recently.
Carole Beckford, film commissioner, JAMPRO (centre); shares a joke with (from left) Belinda Williams, manager, group corporate communications, brand and philanthropy at NCB; Donald 'Iceman’ Anderson, actor and Debbie Bissoon, brand manager of the Bob Marley Group of Companies at the Jamaica Film Festival's Business Breakfast held last Friday.
Minna Israel (left) Chair of the Board and Distinguished Business Fellow of the UWI Mona School of Business and Management, shares a picture on her cell phone much to the delight of President Robert Gibbs (right) and Nigel Harris after being presented with Paul Harris Fellow at the Rotary Club of St Andrew Luncheon at Hotel Four Seasons.
Tony Campbell gives Nasha Douglas Smirnoff's brand manager a hug as she arrives at the Frenchmen French LYME.

Today, SOMETHING EXTRA brings to the fore a few of society's movers and shakers. Our lens zoomed in on women who seek to empower others - especially girls - those

in the entertainment industry making a mark, as well those who just look good while partying.