Something extra

Published: Thursday | December 26, 2013 Comments 0
Lauri-Ann Chin was the lady in red who had heads turning at last Saturday's staging of the highly anticipated event at the waterfront, downtown Kingston.
Lauri-Ann Chin was the lady in red who had heads turning at last Saturday's staging of the highly anticipated event at the waterfront, downtown Kingston.
The Digicel ladies were out in full force representing the telecoms giant. From left are Shanice Henry, Adrienne McIntosh, Donique Bowie, and Chanique James. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
The Digicel ladies were out in full force representing the telecoms giant. From left are Shanice Henry, Adrienne McIntosh, Donique Bowie, and Chanique James. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Phillipa Hogarth was rather daring with this white and neon number with double side splits.
Phillipa Hogarth was rather daring with this white and neon number with double side splits.
Phillipa Hogarth was rather daring with this white and neon number with double side splits.
Phillipa Hogarth was rather daring with this white and neon number with double side splits.
Entertainment Minister Damion Crawford ditched his sombre colours for a more refreshing colour palette when our lens snapped him inside the Johnnie Walker lounge.
Entertainment Minister Damion Crawford ditched his sombre colours for a more refreshing colour palette when our lens snapped him inside the Johnnie Walker lounge.
Upcoming reggae crooner Machu Ezra was snapped among the party patrons that ventured out to Cabana City.
Upcoming reggae crooner Machu Ezra was snapped among the party patrons that ventured out to Cabana City.
A toast to fun times and great company! Snapped amid all the fun were (from left) Paula Pinnock-McLeod, Shelly-Ann Curran, and Lyndsey McDonnough at Cabana City last Saturday.
A toast to fun times and great company! Snapped amid all the fun were (from left) Paula Pinnock-McLeod, Shelly-Ann Curran, and Lyndsey McDonnough at Cabana City last Saturday.

Glitz and glamour converged downtown on the waterfront last Saturday when the fashionistas reigned supreme at Cabana City, one of the most anticipated events on the Christmas social calendar. Our EXTRA lens was on hand to capture some of the most fashionable moments. Here's a recap.





 








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