Something extra

Published: Wednesday | July 13, 2011 Comments 0
A model wears a creation by fashion designer Tony Ward for his Fall-Winter 2011-2012 collection, during the AltaRoma fashion week in Rome on Monday. - AP
A model wears a creation by fashion designer Tony Ward for his Fall-Winter 2011-2012 collection, during the AltaRoma fashion week in Rome on Monday. - AP
Judith Forth-Blake (left) and with Seya Wilson say 'cheese' for Something Extra at Monday's rebranding ceremony for the RBC Royal Bank and RBTT. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Judith Forth-Blake (left) and with Seya Wilson say 'cheese' for Something Extra at Monday's rebranding ceremony for the RBC Royal Bank and RBTT. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Garth Walker and his wife Kimisha are caught on the red carpet at RBC Royal Bank reception, after the rebranding of the bank in Jamaica at Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in Kingston Monday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Garth Walker and his wife Kimisha are caught on the red carpet at RBC Royal Bank reception, after the rebranding of the bank in Jamaica at Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in Kingston Monday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Wentworth Charles poses with Neadene Tufton, wife of the new Minister of Industry, Investment & Commerce, Dr Christopher Tufton, at Monday's RBC Royal Bank reception. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Wentworth Charles poses with Neadene Tufton, wife of the new Minister of Industry, Investment & Commerce, Dr Christopher Tufton, at Monday's RBC Royal Bank reception. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Brian Pengelley (left), sales director at Red Stripe, welcomes Vinnell and Paul Sirjue of Amity, Westmoreland, to the Red Stripe customer appreciation event at the Iberostar Hotel, Montego Bay, on Wednesday, July 6. - Contributed
Brian Pengelley (left), sales director at Red Stripe, welcomes Vinnell and Paul Sirjue of Amity, Westmoreland, to the Red Stripe customer appreciation event at the Iberostar Hotel, Montego Bay, on Wednesday, July 6. - Contributed
Boys all around! From left: LIME Chairman Chris Dehring, Oliver McIntosh and Sean Green enjoy the recent happenings at the launch of LIME Golf Cup at the Fiction Nightclub. - Contributed
Boys all around! From left: LIME Chairman Chris Dehring, Oliver McIntosh and Sean Green enjoy the recent happenings at the launch of LIME Golf Cup at the Fiction Nightclub. - Contributed
Ricky Duquesnay (centre), group food & beverage director, Sandals Resorts International, takes time out to greet Oliver Mair (left), sales & marketing manager of Best Dressed Chicken, and Andrew Allen, the company's regional sales supervisor. They were at the recent Sandals Resorts' 'All That's Good' fun day at Noranda Sports Complex, formerly known as the Kaiser Sports Club, Discovery Bay, St Ann. - Contributed
Ricky Duquesnay (centre), group food & beverage director, Sandals Resorts International, takes time out to greet Oliver Mair (left), sales & marketing manager of Best Dressed Chicken, and Andrew Allen, the company's regional sales supervisor. They were at the recent Sandals Resorts' 'All That's Good' fun day at Noranda Sports Complex, formerly known as the Kaiser Sports Club, Discovery Bay, St Ann. - Contributed
Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights Installation: Stephen Price (right), the newly installed president of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar, New Heights, Kingston, receives his presidential pin from outgoing president Dalton Fowles. - Contributed
Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights Installation: Stephen Price (right), the newly installed president of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar, New Heights, Kingston, receives his presidential pin from outgoing president Dalton Fowles. - Contributed

Monday definitely belonged to RBC Royal Bank, what with after-rebranding festivities.







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