Off to Miss World in style

Published: Monday | October 17, 2011 Comments 0
Miss Jamaica World 2011 Danielle Crosskill shows her regal side in this Uzuri.
Miss Jamaica World 2011 Danielle Crosskill shows her regal side in this Uzuri.
Of course, the national colours have to be represented as only Puma can.
Of course, the national colours have to be represented as only Puma can.
As usual, Mushroom sends their golden suit. - Winston Sill/ Freelance Photographer
As usual, Mushroom sends their golden suit. - Winston Sill/ Freelance Photographer
A piece from her casual wardrobe by Anarcy Clothing.
A piece from her casual wardrobe by Anarcy Clothing.
Think this Keena Linton dress looks good from the front, take a look at the back ...
Think this Keena Linton dress looks good from the front, take a look at the back ...
... It's all about the detail.
... It's all about the detail.
This Keneea Linton design really does make her look smart. The fascinator by Marcellas Desgins of Cinderella hats is a nice touch.
This Keneea Linton design really does make her look smart. The fascinator by Marcellas Desgins of Cinderella hats is a nice touch.
She brings the tropics with her in this dress from MaxBrown.
She brings the tropics with her in this dress from MaxBrown.
An unmistakable Uzuri piece. - photos by Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
An unmistakable Uzuri piece. - photos by Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer


Miss Jamaica World 2011 Danielle Crosskill has her bags packed and is almost ready to go.

What's in her bags? Well, before the beauty flew off, she gave journalists a peek inside her luggage when she unveiled her wardrobe at Spartan Health Club last Tuesday.

Some of Jamaica's top designers added their two cents to create a wardrobe fit for a queen. Crosskill left the island on Friday for the Miss World Pageant to be held at the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, on November 6 in London. Take your pick.







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