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Published:Thursday | April 23, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Marlene Gray (right), owner of The Beauty Spot and now the exclusive distributor of L’Oréal Paris in Jamaica, poses with her equally fab daughter, Lauren Gray.
Appleton Estate cocktail bartenders Shea Hogan(left) and Erik Thordarson take a break from mixing up cocktails to acknowledge our lens.
Our camera snapped the beautiful duo of The Beauty Spot’s Marlene Gray (left) and MC for the evening, Yendi Phillipps, at the L’Oréal Paris media launch on Saturday.
Sticking to the black and gold dress code, fashionista and designer Tamia Carey got it right.
Who says black is boring? For Jessica Yap-Chung, the high point of her dress is all in the plunging back. Yap-Chung stuck to the dress code for L’Oréal Paris, Evening of Beauty and Glamour: The Black and Gold Edition.
Flow’s Director of Corporate Communications Gail Abrahams has the full attention of Zed-Makeyla director Milton Samuda when the pair where captured exchanging a light moment during the Zed Jamaica Awards ceremony recently.
From left: Erik Thordarson, Appleton Estate international bartender, presents a Currant Affair cocktail to Miss Jamaica World Laurie-Ann Chin at the Regency Bar & Lounge during a private tasting session recently.


L'Oreal Paris' Evening of Beauty and Glamour took place on Saturday, with a black and gold theme, brought out all the dolled up beauties for a relaunch at J. Wray and Nephew Head Offices, Dominica Drive, New Kingston.