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SO entrepreneur - Style Notes...

Sunday, September 23, 2012    

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Whether taken shaken or stirred these eight guys are ones to watch in every way.

Style Notes...

Krishna Vaswani, Director of Quality Incorporations V11 Limited - Manufacturer of tissue products in Jamaica and the Caribbean

Is wearing...

Canali trousers, Dolce & Gabbana shirt, Michael Kors tie, Aldo shoes and Louis Vuitton belt.

His favourite designer on the local scene is Carlton Brown.

On the international scene it's Prada.

He describes his style as simple/island appropriate

And just how stylish does he reckon Jamaican men are?

On-trend.

And which show at Milan Fashion Week would he love to cop tickets for?

The Diesel Menswear Collection

His business crush is Robert Levy, Chairman, Jamaica Broilers Group of Companies and family.

Kevin Mullings, owner of EPIC EATS restaurants

Is wearing... a Perry Ellis suit, Sean John shirt and Aldo belt and shoes

His fave local designer is Dexter Huxtable for Spokes Apparel... On the international scene: Ermenegildo Zegna, Calvin Klein and Roberto Cavalli

He describes his style as appropriate for events - loves however 'big events', to really up the style quotient.

How stylish does he reckon Jamaicans are?

Far above average when looked at globally.

And which show at Milan Fashion week would he love to cop tickets for?

Roberto Cavalli.

His business crush is business titan Gordon 'Butch' Stewart

Nicholas Benjamin, director Guardsman Group

Is wearing a suit by Mexx

His favourite local designer is Dexter Huxtable for Spokes Apparel. On the international scene it's Hugo Boss.

He describes his style as relaxed.

His thoughts on how stylish Jamaican men are?

Maybe too stylish.

And to which show at Milan Fashion Week would he love to cop front row seats?

Giorgio Armani

His business crush is his dad, entrepreneur Kenny Benjamin

Shane duQuesnay, director of Lithographic Printers

Is wearing a shirt by Express, tie by Yves Saint Laurent, trousers by Burberry and shoes by Steve Madden.

On the local scene he is impressed by Designs by Marc and on the international scene Armani gets the nod.

He describes his personal style as comfortable.

And reckons the Jamaican male is very up to date.

Which show at Milan Fashion Week would he love to nab front row seats?

Giorgio Armani

His business crush is business mogul Gassan Azan

Andrew Paul Matalon, CEO Allcrete Surfacing Limited

Is wearing... jacket by Brooks Brothers, shirt by Polo, jeans by Diesel and Palomo shoes

His favourite designer on the local scene is Carlton Brown. On the international scene he has quite a few: Polo, Ferragamo and Ted Baker.

He describes his style as preppy.

Our local gents he reckons style in a variety of ways from dancehall to preppy.

He'd love to nab front row seats for the Prada collection at Milan Fashion Week.

His business crush is business mogul Karl Hendrickson.

Gordon Swaby, Internet entrepreneur and CEO/Founder EduFocal Limited

Is wearing shoes by Calvin Klein

Brown Dockers and a Bulova watch

On the local scene he looks forward to one day being able to wear Carlton Brown.

On the international scene he likes Calvin Klein and boat shoes by Sebago.

Jamaican men he rates as very stylish.

At Milan Fashion Week he'd love to cop front row seats for Giorgio Armani.

His business crush is NCB Group Managing Director Patrick Hylton

Kyle Gregg, Managing Director of BD Gregg

Is wearing... Robert Graham, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci and 7 For All Mankind

On the local scene he's impressed by designer Romeich Major for Romeich Wear.

Internationally, Ralph Lauren, Ferragamo and Ted Baker.

On his own style Sell Off!! Comfortable.

He'd love to cop front row seats at Milan Fashion Week for the Roberto Cavalli collection.

His business crush is CEO of Restaurants of Jamaica Mark Myers,

Max Jardim, Rainforest Seafoods Limited

Is wearing Diesel Jeans, T-shirt by Vilebrequin

On the local scene he likes the YB (Yohan Blake) Afraid Foundation shirts from Joseph's stores and Designs by Marc.

On the international scene he favours Polo by Ralph Lauren.

On his own personal style - I'm a fisherman, jeans and a polo shirt are fancy enough.

His take on the Jamaican male's style - Jamaicans are flashy and more fashionable than your average guy.

Which show at Milan Fashion Week would you like to nab front row seats?

Whichever designer pours Champagne

His business crush is his grandfather, the entrepreneur Gordon 'Butch' Stewart.

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