Mon | Dec 9, 2019

Something Extra | Friday

Published:Friday | November 1, 2019 | 12:15 AM
From left: Carlington Silburn of Jonkonnu Productions; Ian Redwood, managing director of Save Rite, and Joy Scott, CEO of Stationery World and Book Centre, enjoying a light moment before the cameras.
Showing off their fashion and style are (from left) Audrey Tugwell Henry, Executive Vice President, Retail Banking of Scotiabank; Keneea Linton-George, CEO and Designer of Keneea Linton Designer; and Marcia WoonChoy, International Business Coach, ActionCOACH.
Scotiabank top Vision Achievers (from left) Dr Dayna Mitchell, general dentist of Pure Smiles; Kemisha Duff, of BIOregeneration Integrated Medical Centre, and Lascell Smith, CEO of Las-Bee Producers, are elated about being honoured.
From left: Ravekia Stephens, Owner of Black Box Accessories; Tanya Batson-Savage, publisher/ editor-in-chief of Blue Banyan Books and Keneea Linton-George, CEO and designer of Keneea Linton Designer, caught enjoying each other’s company.
Rocking strong prints and vibrant colours, Kristalle Chin (left), head of business sales of Digicel Business, and Nateisha Williams, fashion designer at Faith-Hope-Love, certainly stand out from the rest.
Kaysia Johnson Vaughan (left) and Shawneil Bailey, founder and managing director of Zarabelle, were snapped having a fun moment.
Randy McLaren and Veronique Smith complimented each other, as they showed off their style with attitude.
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The Scotiabank Vision Achiever closing ceremony brought out the ‘stars’ at The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston recently. Specially invited guests turned out dressed 
to impress, making the event one laced with glam and high fashion. Here are the highlights.