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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | June 28, 2022 | 12:06 AM
left: With an a cute and unexpected pairing of a ‘flapper girl’ dress and sneakers, Crystal Sands revealed her flirty and fun personality.
left: With an a cute and unexpected pairing of a ‘flapper girl’ dress and sneakers, Crystal Sands revealed her flirty and fun personality.
CEO of Mystique Integrated Services Valon Thorpe (left) and Campari’s Regional Marketing Manager Pavel Smith.
CEO of Mystique Integrated Services Valon Thorpe (left) and Campari’s Regional Marketing Manager Pavel Smith.
Alaine was all smiles as we caught up with her at the Jamaica Rum Festival.
Alaine was all smiles as we caught up with her at the Jamaica Rum Festival.
From left: Daniele Thomas, Candace Thomas, Chanice Treasure, and Sade Johnson showed off their island festival style.
From left: Daniele Thomas, Candace Thomas, Chanice Treasure, and Sade Johnson showed off their island festival style.
Our Something Extra lens captured Justine Isaacs (left) and Thalia Malcolm.
Our Something Extra lens captured Justine Isaacs (left) and Thalia Malcolm.
Hats off to these glowing beauties (from left): Shana-Gaye Gordon, Jodi-Ann Jonas, and Ariel Perkins, who decided to don fashionably fitted hats, whether in the sun or in the shade.
Hats off to these glowing beauties (from left): Shana-Gaye Gordon, Jodi-Ann Jonas, and Ariel Perkins, who decided to don fashionably fitted hats, whether in the sun or in the shade.
Brittany Miller, owner of Beat Place 876, was seen trying to take a sneak peek into her J. Wray & Nephew Limited Culture in a Cup seminar kit.
Brittany Miller, owner of Beat Place 876, was seen trying to take a sneak peek into her J. Wray & Nephew Limited Culture in a Cup seminar kit.
Originally from The Netherlands, husband and wife, Jannes (left) and Johanna Postma, have adopted Jamaica as their home for the past five years and rum as their favourite spirit.
Originally from The Netherlands, husband and wife, Jannes (left) and Johanna Postma, have adopted Jamaica as their home for the past five years and rum as their favourite spirit.
Caught in the middle while checking out the Worthy Park Estate booth, Garfield Williams (centre) of Groomed MEN Apparel gets sandwiched by Tigest Perry and Trisha Wong.
Caught in the middle while checking out the Worthy Park Estate booth, Garfield Williams (centre) of Groomed MEN Apparel gets sandwiched by Tigest Perry and Trisha Wong.
This regal pair, Kandi King (left) and Jesse Royal, complemented each other well in  summery pastels.
This regal pair, Kandi King (left) and Jesse Royal, complemented each other well in summery pastels.
Wearing an airy maxi dress and equipped with a mobile fan, Alison Moss-Solomon, internal communications and employee engagement at J. Wray & Nephew Limited, is the epitome of cool and comfortable.
Wearing an airy maxi dress and equipped with a mobile fan, Alison Moss-Solomon, internal communications and employee engagement at J. Wray & Nephew Limited, is the epitome of cool and comfortable.
Left: Digital Content Creator Tahjaera Thompson dressed for a day of fun in the sun at the Jamaica Rum Festival, held at The Aqueduct in Rose Hall, Montego Bay.
Left: Digital Content Creator Tahjaera Thompson dressed for a day of fun in the sun at the Jamaica Rum Festival, held at The Aqueduct in Rose Hall, Montego Bay.
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The 2022 Jamaica Rum Festival, staged in Montego Bay last Saturday, was chock-full of fun and fashion. In true Jamaican spirit, festival-goers were fashionably dressed, and like our locally distilled rum brands, their outfits had different nuances of flavour, shades, spice and everything nice. Here’s your second dose of Something Extra.