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It was much ado about Fourth of July last Thursday as US Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater and husband Rev A Russell Awkard hosted a 600-guest fair at the Bank of Jamaica Auditorium. But we couldn't help but notice the ladies were out in their finest, and fabulously paid tribute to the 'land of the free' in patriotic red, white and blue outfits. AW Fashion brings you some of the most stylish yet.
(PHOTOS: GARFIELD ROBINSON)
Salute the red, white and blue. Founder and
co-owner of The Gap Café Gloria Palomino
stunned in this patriotic cocktail dress from
Sicily, Italy, with minimal accessories.
Victoria Tur, charge d'affaires at the
Embassy of Spain, oozed sophistication
in her sleek selection silk dress and
velvet blue pumps from Massimo Dutti
— Barcelona, Spain.
redefined 'lady in
red' at the 4th of
She definitely sizzled
in this one-shoulder
Captain Gail Ranglin-
Edwards of the Jamaica
Defence Force traded in
her slacks and boots for
head-to-toe glamour. WHAT SHE WORE: Kenneth Cole red
pumps and Anne Klein
blue cocktail dress
white stripes and a
bright red clutch from
It's a simple blue dress, but
permanent secretary in the Ministry
of Science, Technology, Energy, and
Mining Hillary Alexander made it
look ever so elegant. She paired it
with red peep-toe shoes and beaded
necklace and a nude handbag.
You can never go wrong with white,
and Orlease King, VP of operations —
Isle Chix Limited, made the right
choice in this sleek white
cocktail dress she got from
Bloomingdales' NY and Ralph Lauren
red pumps and handbag.
Executive producer and host of Mission
Catwalk, Keneea Linton-George might have
strayed from the night's theme, but she
definitely broke no rules.
Honorary Consul of Ethiopia to Jamaica
Yodit Hylton knows a thing or two
about top designers and style. Her eye
for all things fabulous definitely
influenced her choice of a teal
Marc Jacobs dress, a pair of gold
Steven Madden pumps and a gold Jimmy
Embrace the lace…that's
certainly what Clelia
Barreto de Hunter,
honorary consul of
Ecuador to Jamaica, did
in this sleek number.
Kimika Lobban, assistant to
the managing director at San
Merna Paper Products
supported the 4th of July
celebrations, Thursday last. WHAT
WORE: A red belted
dress, blue and black
pumps and a red,
black and blue Aldo
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