A listers enjoy Christmas

Published: Tuesday | December 31, 2013 Comments 0
Dancing and remaining a sight for sore eyes is something this young lady seems to have mastered.
Dancing and remaining a sight for sore eyes is something this young lady seems to have mastered.
These two show their friends how it is done. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
These two show their friends how it is done. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Beautiful girls dancing was one of the highlights of A-List on Christmas Day inside Hope Gardens.
Beautiful girls dancing was one of the highlights of A-List on Christmas Day inside Hope Gardens.

Alessandro Boyd, Gleaner Writer

Magnifique! is how many patrons were left feeling as they spent Christmas Eve and the early hours of the 25th dancing the night away at the super-exclusive A-List.

The theme for this staging of the party was 'A Parisian Night' and one could feel it upon walking into the venue at Hope Gardens. The colours blue, white and red engulfed the venue as the theme was carried out in full effect.

The set-up consisted of concierge cabanas, Appleton Estate lounges, an elevated bar area and Hennessy and Skyy lounges. Appleton, SKYY Vodka and Hennessy were some of the event's sponsors.

Patrons enjoyed lamb, shrimp, caviar and ham, all made possible by Lorraine Fung.

The partygoers were raving from start to finish as selections were juggled by Dj Irie, Selecta Renegade and Dj Smoke.

The early-morning hours brought renewed energy with songs like No Worries by 2 Chainz and Lorde's Royals and Drake's All Me igniting passions all around.

The fun was nowhere near over. It was time for the women to enjoy their men with the selections of Vybz Kartel's Wine Yuh Body, doing more than just playing background to the mood.

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