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Heineken Jamaica celebrates International Bow Tie Day

Published:Tuesday | August 29, 2017 | 12:00 AMStephanie Lyew
Ricardo Barton, won the first-runner up title as best dressed bow-tie at Heineken's celebrations at Level 96.
Rochelle Grant, payroll officer at Scotiabank may not have remembered a bow-tie but chose an outfit that came close to the neck accessory trend.
Judeen Huxtable of JHux Bow Ties pulls the winner of the best dressed competition, Marcus Golding, close for a quick picture.
The Heineken signature cocktail, the 'brewito' is a classic twist of Heineken beer and Smirnoff vodka that one can enjoy following a long day of work.
Kaylia 'Press Kay' Williams, recording artiste and TV host definitely went all out with her bow-tie made of safety pins and Heineken bottle cap.
ZJ Nova took charge of the controls at the Heineken Bow-Tie celebrations at Level 96.
Kayon Dean, UWI Open Campus course delivery supervisor gets in on the Bow Tie Day festivities.
Hostess Michelle Lee, greets all guest with a smile at the Heineken Bow-Tie Day celebrations at Level 96.

International bow-tie day is an annual salute to the underrated male closet accessory, celebrated on August 28.

Heineken has been part of a few Jamaican companies that continue to make an event out of the occasion.

On Monday evening, Heineken invited persons out to Level 96 to enjoy a corporate mingle in honour of the fashion trend.

The invitations were stylish and creative, providing bow ties to key media persons to style in any way they chose.

Guests were met at the lower level at 96 Hope Road, with the signature cocktail, the brewito before being directed upstairs to join the activities.