Campari Pop Style heads to Old Harbour

Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Campari Pop Style, Jamaica's most stylish party series, heads to the East Street Bus Park in Old Harbour, St Catherine, this evening.

The occasion offers a male and female guest chance to win $100,000 for being the 'Most Stylish'.

Resident judges Desha-Gaye “Desha Ravers” Davis and Orville “Tony Krash” Lewis will be joined by guest judge Tanaania Tracey, local fashionista and owner of Shop Necessits.

Tracey, known for curating the latest trends in fashion, shared what she will be looking for from stylish partygoers who come out to this evening's event.

“I'm looking for creativity, originality and just plain POP STYLE behaviour!” she said.

The judges will decide the top-four stylish females and four stylish males and the crowd will select the winning male and female.

The evening's emcee is Miss Kitty, who is sure to provide electrifying commentary with engaging mini-competitions and giveaways.

Individuals interested in being Jamaica's Most Stylish during the Campari Pop Style parties are asked to come out early to be selected, as scouts will be seeking out the chic and stylish starting at 9:00 pm

At the grand finale at Skateland in Kingston on Saturday, December 1, the six winners from the three regional Campari Pop Style parties (Kingston, St Elizabeth and St Catherine) will go up against the two most stylish found at the finals in Kingston, in addition to two wild cards from the previous events, chosen by the resident judges.

Coppershot Sound, rostered for the night, promises a stellar set with musical selections to set the tone ranging from a myriad of music genres, such as dancehall, reggae, hip hop, and soca.

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