St Bess celebrates Jamaica 50!

Published: Sunday | April 15, 2012 Comments 0
Finalists in the hat parade (from left): Ruby Richards, Dr Natalie Caceres-Hamilton, Chantal Sergeant, Donna Parchment Brown and Barbara Moncrieffe.- Photos by Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Finalists in the hat parade (from left): Ruby Richards, Dr Natalie Caceres-Hamilton, Chantal Sergeant, Donna Parchment Brown and Barbara Moncrieffe.- Photos by Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
All we can say is ... Wow!
All we can say is ... Wow!
Pretty fascinator.
Pretty fascinator.
Adding some feathers transforms the dull to the exciting.
Adding some feathers transforms the dull to the exciting.
This model looks ready for some action
This model looks ready for some action
You have to be this cute to wear this georgeous hat!
You have to be this cute to wear this georgeous hat!
This model showcases a two-toned Minka crocheted dress and an out-of-this world fascinator by Karl Brown
This model showcases a two-toned Minka crocheted dress and an out-of-this world fascinator by Karl Brown
Hot pink and lemon green go well together
Hot pink and lemon green go well together
Dr. Natalie Caceres-Hamilton
Dr. Natalie Caceres-Hamilton
This get-up puts a new spin on the term 'shabby chic'!
This get-up puts a new spin on the term 'shabby chic'!

On Sunday April 8, Boone Hall Oasis, Stony Hill, came alive with a brunch hosted by the St Elizabeth Homecoming Foundation to mark Jamaica's 50th year of Independence.

No Easter party is complete without a hat parade and Karl Brown of Hattitude obliged with his line of creative designs. He was joined by Minka of Treasures for Life one-of-a-kind crochet fashion, and a grand time was had by all.




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