Hpnotiq Vogue 'fashionably trendy' with style, elegance, class
Garfene Grandison, Gleaner Writer
The promoters of Vogue are taking quality entertainment a bit further, pushing the barriers where fashion takes centrestage paired with high-quality entertainment.
But what exactly is Hpnotiq Vogue? Is it a fashion expedition, or is it a party? Hpnotiq Vogue symbolises glamour and an extra-ordinary appeal. The promoters behind the Vogue events seem to be creating a synergy between top-class entertainment in Jamaica and high fashion.
Vogue was created to remind patrons that dressing up, looking good, and feeling good at an event should not just be at Christmas time or on other major occasions like New Year's Eve. Instead, they are putting the emphasis on being fashionable all year round. For one night, looking extraordinary will become the norm. It begins on February 25 on the Presidential Floor of the Kingston Cricket Club at Sabina Park.
According to a correspondent, "Our title sponsors, Hpnotiq, and Grandeur portray the type of event that we aim to deliver on. Not many events associate themselves with a top-shelf liquor and a fashion entity. And with our title sponsors, we will mix top-shelf liquor with top-class entertainment and high-quality fashion, stepping away from the ordinary and into an experience."
With music being provided by some of the industry's best deejays like Supa Hype, DJ Flabba Dabba, ZJ Ice, and DJ Raff, the event will boast a number of special offerings such as premium HQ shots, delectable delights, exclusive high-end bottle service, complimentary food, and a chill room.
The admission is men $1,500, ladies free before midnight and $1,500 after. Presold tickets will be $1,000.
Promoters say the dress code, which is 'fashionably trendy', will be strictly enforced since the event is one that is exclusively for the 'Ladies of Elegance', 'Men of Style', and 'Everybody of Class'.