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Boozy brunch excites

Published:Friday | February 2, 2018 | 12:00 AMKrysta Anderson/Lifestyle Reporter
Kalia Ellis ties and dyes her way to sexy in this form-fitting high-low dress.
From left: Robyn Leveridge, Keniel Bennette and Shari-Anne Watson prove that three can be fashionable company too
From left: Shari-Anne Watson, Shannon March, Noelle Lawson, Robyn Leveridge, and Keniel Bennett showcase varying trends for the lens.
Thrilling in white frills and cool shades to match is designer Kristia Franklin.
Laughter is the best medicine for friends (from left) Kaci Fennell, Ryan Munroe, and Alexan Stewart.

Fierce fashion, squad goals, and good music. Now imagine that experience accompanied by booze and brunch! Sounds like an exciting remedy for the start to a 'lit' week, doesn't it?

Boozy Brunch launched its series last Sunday, promising a fun day, and A-listers showed up to slay, rocking their very own runway in fine style. Opa Greek Restaurant and Reggae Mill Bar at Devon House welcomed guests with open arms, intoxicating mixes, and a scrumptious buffet.

Once they made their grand entrance, mingling was in full swing among the fine and fabulous guests. And when they least expected it, they were treated to a taste of fashion, courtesy of JohnEli DaCosta and Kristia Franklin.

According to conceptualiser Rashade St Patrick, Boozy Brunch was born out of his ambition to share, collaborate with, and celebrate Jamaican creativity and creatives. "I hope that in the coming months, the platform will expand to include deeper and more meaningful partnerships for young designers, models, and all the other seldom celebrated creatives who are pioneering their way forward into the global conversation. The beauty of the concept is the marrying of the two worlds of creativity and entertainment to cohesively enhance each other simultaneously," he shared

Minus a few hiccups here and there, the possibilities for the Boozy Brunch series are endless! Just in case you missed it, here are the trending highlights.