KINGSTON, Jamaica-- Tessanne Chin was the first contestant to advance to the final round of NBC's The Voice competition Tuesday night.
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Seems word has spread that The Rock is a great shopping destination. SO has had the distinct pleasure of revealing a few of the formidable boutique interiors. Well here's another... Close your eyes and imagine a gorgeous, lazy day in any of our exquisite resorts: brilliant sunshine, a caressing breeze, perfectly chilled Champagne, sound camaraderie and intermittent kisses of sea spray from the Caribbean sea. The question of what to wear becomes a no-brainer thanks to Escales. Indeed if the invite speaks to Caribbean chic the label that was created in 2005 has you covered too. Kingston, Jamaica has joined Paris, London and New York - there are 25 Escales stores in the world - as a destination of choice for the exclusive Escales brand.
Every item purchased is numbered - from a T-shirt to a cashmere sweater has its own exclusive label. Two numbers which inform the client about its unique edition and about its exclusive production in the world.
(Photos: Courtesy of Escales Jamaica The Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel)
Shot by O'Neil Perrin on location at: Polo Club, Caymanas, The Yacht Club Kingston, Downtown and Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel.
Escales Kingston is located inside The Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel.
Sat & Sun 10:00am-5:00pm
(PHOTOS: COURTESY OF
ESCALES JAMAICA, THE TERRA
NOVA ALL-SUITE HOTEL)
Shot by O'Neil Perrin on location
at: Polo Club, Caymanas, The
Yacht Club Kingston, Downtown
and the Terra Nova All-suite
Every item purchased is numbered — from a T-shirt
to a cashmere sweater has its own exclusive label:
Two numbers which inform the client about its unique
edition and about its exclusive production in the world.
collections for allyear-
The Terra Nova
belts and bags.
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