KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaicans all over the US tri-state celebrated another stunning performance by songbird Tessanne Chin who secured one of three spots in the final of the NBC show The Voice Tuesday.
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We're sharing more scenes from the glorious shopping extravaganza that was the Jamaica Observer Celebrates Fashion's Night Out, Thursday last.
(Photos: Garfield Robinson, Marlon Reid, Joseph Wellington & Lionel Rookwood)
Face Forward director Sharon Wint-Levy (left) applies eye shadow to customer
Trudi Stewart-Gaynor at her makeup store in Orchid Village.
Delia Burke (right), regional business development manager for VMBS,
highlighted saving options with her institution to Dr Llorenia Muir-Green.
Janice Henlin, senior marketing
fellow at Mona School of
Business and Management,
assisted by sales clerk Tyrone
Riley, tries on a pair of red
Dibrera heels at Heart & Sole.
Victoria Mutual promotional
model Reesha-Gaye Gordon
paused from explaining the
company's new mortgage rates
to style for our photog.
No 7 boutique directors Shelly-Ann Curran (left) and sister Nicole Price celebrated the boutique's first anniversary on FNO
last Thursday by cutting their Camille Flinn's Cake Couture-designed cake.
Eager customers flocked to Grandeur for discounts of up to 70 per cent.
J Wray & Nephew hostesses prepare to offer guests FNO signature cocktails —
Lycheetini, Lipstick on The Collar, and Absolut Fashion — inside the invite-only
Appleton Lounge at the Mall Plaza.
Eileen Chin tries on a design from Project Runway All Star Jerrell Scott, the
special in-house guest at kerrymanwomanhome on FNO night.
Shopping for swimsuits for her daughter at Entice Intimate Boutique, Marica
Gibson contemplates this piece shown to her by Kaneko Stewart.
Saint International model Korey Rowe examines a pair of Fred Perry shoes at Grandeur
Chandelle Samlal considers colour choice during her shopping trip to Grandeur Femme.
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