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Downtown's renaissance

Published:Monday | May 28, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Hatitude brought headgear to a whole new level with one-of-a-kind headpieces. - Photos by Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
This fashionable necklace and earring combo would make you 'blue' with envy.
These pieces were obviously inspired by flowers in bloom.
One of the many bold accessory pieces that were being showcased on the catwalk at Citystyle.
Is brass your style? There were quite a few pieces that were made of brass on show.
Natural elements of the earth come together as one to create this ethereal necklace and earring combination.
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Garfene Grandison, Gleaner Flair Writer

For its second staging, CityStyle brought the all white chic-ness to the Kingston waterfront as Saint International continues its 'Downtown's Stylish Renaissance'. The UDC Southern car park was transformed into party central as guests were invited to party in fine style. Dress code? All white with accents of the Jamaican colours. Although some absconded on the dress code, most still came fashionably styled to see the accessory showcase by some of Jamaica's upcoming talents - names such as Leila Edwards, Shenna Campbell, Karl Brown, among others.

With major sponsors such as Scotiabank and Carreras, big all-white booth structures were created for patrons to enjoy the ultra-exclusive event as they rocked to musical hits with Loni Jones and Kurt Riley at the turntable.