Caribbean's best on show

Published: Sunday | November 11, 2012 Comments 0
Lyming are (from left) Kimario Brown, Doreen Evans and Dwayne Smalling. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Lyming are (from left) Kimario Brown, Doreen Evans and Dwayne Smalling. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Neisha Bean of Berger Paints and Saint Aubyn Clarke of Delta Airlines adhered to the all-white theme for the launch of the Ocean Style Fashion Showcase at Sandals Cay in Montego Bay. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Neisha Bean of Berger Paints and Saint Aubyn Clarke of Delta Airlines adhered to the all-white theme for the launch of the Ocean Style Fashion Showcase at Sandals Cay in Montego Bay. - Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Angella King, Rochelle Suckram, André and Daniella Boswell and Jody-Marie Hussey socialise at the Ocean Style Fashion showcase at ATL Bogue, Montego Bay, last Saturday night. - Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Angella King, Rochelle Suckram, André and Daniella Boswell and Jody-Marie Hussey socialise at the Ocean Style Fashion showcase at ATL Bogue, Montego Bay, last Saturday night. - Photo by Janet Silvera
CEO of Sandals Resorts International, Adam Stewart, is sandwiched by the beautiful Shamiel Bloomfield (left) and Stacye Ingram.- Photo by Janet Silvera
CEO of Sandals Resorts International, Adam Stewart, is sandwiched by the beautiful Shamiel Bloomfield (left) and Stacye Ingram.- Photo by Janet Silvera

OCEAN Style, the Caribbean's premier authority on fashion and upscale living, celebrated its fifth year of excellence with the greatly anticipated return of the OCEAN Style Fashion Showcase last weekend in Montego Bay.

Partnering with ATL's Audi Q3, the SUV tagged the sexiest on the planet, OCEAN Style showcased what could easily be termed the best of the best of Caribbean fashion designs.

Outlook brings you a segment of the show. See tomorrow's Flair where we will highlight the immensely fabulous pieces that were on show.

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