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Published:Thursday | May 18, 2023 | 12:13 AM
There was no directive to wear red, but first-timer Rushelle Hewitt, who took her mother with her to see the show as a Mother’s Day gift, clearly understands the assignment, donning a red jumpsuit.
There was no directive to wear red, but first-timer Rushelle Hewitt, who took her mother with her to see the show as a Mother’s Day gift, clearly understands the assignment, donning a red jumpsuit.
Jamaica Reggae Industry Association President Ewan Simpson is as coordinated as ever, adding a red pocket square for a little razzle-dazzle.
Jamaica Reggae Industry Association President Ewan Simpson is as coordinated as ever, adding a red pocket square for a little razzle-dazzle.
Georgia is elegant in a floral maxi dress and gold accents.
Georgia is elegant in a floral maxi dress and gold accents.
Artiste Nicketa’s sequinned dress fits her like a work of art.
Artiste Nicketa’s sequinned dress fits her like a work of art.
We captured veteran reggae artiste and promoter Tony Rebel backstage.
We captured veteran reggae artiste and promoter Tony Rebel backstage.
Joe Bogdanovich, CEO of Downsound Entertainment, makes an appearance in Burberry check.
Joe Bogdanovich, CEO of Downsound Entertainment, makes an appearance in Burberry check.

Deniece Williams smiles for the camera just minutes after bringing down the house.
Deniece Williams smiles for the camera just minutes after bringing down the house.
Marcia Griffiths rings in Mother’s Day with her second son, King Yohance Taf Thompson.
Marcia Griffiths rings in Mother’s Day with her second son, King Yohance Taf Thompson.
The woman of the moment, June Isaacs, widow of Gregory Isaacs, represents in none other than red.
The woman of the moment, June Isaacs, widow of Gregory Isaacs, represents in none other than red.
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Calendar event ‘Red Rose for Gregory’ this year claimed its space on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14, instead of its usual Valentine’s Day. However, the organisers stuck to the theme of love and happiness, and fashionable patrons, many of whom favoured the colour red, showed up at Hope Gardens to witness the stellar line-up headlined by Grammy Award-winning group The Manhattans, featuring Gerald Alston, and R&B great Deniece Williams. Something Extra shares the highlights.