Sat | May 27, 2017

Go Red for women: More than just tea

Published:Friday | May 12, 2017 | 5:00 AMKrysta Anderson
Danah Cameron (left) and Rachel Brownie gives stylish shades of red new trendy meaning.
The fashionable Kerrica McGregor fresh from her makeover courtesy of Revlon.
Brand Manager of Lasco Lasoy, Kari Steele made going red not only look effortless but elegant too.
The reigning Miss Jamaica World Ashlie White Barrett (left) joins in on a lovely photoop with Miss Jamaica World 1976 Cindy Breakspeare.
Donna Moodie-Anderson (left) and Shaniene Campbell were all smiles at the annual Heart Foundation's Go Red for Women High Tea.
Celene Gordon shares the spotlight with her friend Sanya Goffe, who dares to stand out in this floral cocktail dress.
Isn't she lovely? The current Heart Foundation's Ambassador, Dr Sanneta Myrie pauses the festivities for a photo.
Former Heart Foundation Ambassador, Thalia Lyn showed up for the occasion in a myriad of colours.
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High tea, anyone? On Wednesday, sponsors, diplomats and socialites showed up in fine fashion, creating quite a wave with a sea of radiant red, hats and fascinators for the highly anticipated annual tea event at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel in St Andrew.

Hosted by the Heart Foundation of Jamaica, High Tea plays a major part in supporting the 'Go Red for Women' fundraising initiative, which seeks to highlight the importance of being heart-healthy.

Master of ceremonies for the proceedings, Fae Ellington, welcomed all and encouraged everyone to partake in all the day had to offer. The Heart Foundation's brand ambassador, Dr Sanneta Myrie, took to the stage to welcome all to the event, and expressed her sincere gratitude to the organisers for making her a brand ambassador.

Tea aside, guests were invited to indulge in an assortment of savoury and sweet delights, and were treated to prizes and surprises, topped with vocal performances inside the Venetian ballroom. But the outskirts were just as entertaining with Tarot card reading by Minka, free makeovers by Revlon, sparkling mocktails offered by Welch and yoghurt smoothies freshly prepared by Dairy Industries. Ashley Furniture Home Store had a living room on display maybe a hint for Mother's Day. All in all, Heart Foundation's High Tea was once again a success.

krysta.anderson@gleanerjm.com