Davina Henry, Staff Reporter
Jamaica's super-exclusive party, A-List, was once again the place to be on Christmas night.
The party where everyone is a VIP was held at what used to be Hope Gardens, but was now transformed into a beautiful oasis with chic white decor, disco lights and an Appleton bar, strategically placed in the centre of the venue.
Patrons donned dapper attire and strolled into the event showcasing chic and sexy outfits. From sequinned shorts to punk-rock styles, both men and women were on point with the latest fashion trends.
The high-energy event, which was sponsored by Orijin, Häagen-Dazs, Chocolate Dreams and Appleton, just to name a few, was definitely a hit with the patrons.
Taste buds were tantalised with spicy saltfish balls, veggie spring rolls, Tomari beef fillet, porchella-style pork loin and fried garlic shrimp.
While they feasted on the delectable offerings, patrons also danced the night away to songs like Love is Wicked by Brick and Lace, Rolling in the Deep by Adele, Pon de Replay by Rihanna and Hold Yuh by Gyptian.
The soca section was up next and patrons proved they were definitely ready for the upcoming Bacchanal season. Wotless by Kes The Band and Bacchanalist by Kerwin Du Bois were hits with the patrons.
It was, however, Lil Ricks' Go Dung, which garnered one of the biggest forwards of the night, with patrons trying to outdo each other on the dance floor.
Third Dimension also brought energy to the event with techno and house music mixes.
The high energy levels of the event never dipped and patrons danced the night away for their money's worth.