KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Police Monday morning found a Glock 9mm pistol hidden in a garbage bin in Olympic Gardens, Kingston 11.
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Clean lines and timeless understatement have long defined local fashion designer Sandra Kennedy's impressive creations, and Kingston was abuzz last weekend at the designer's trunk show. The collection of functional pieces for office, formal and informal wear boasted perfect A-line summer dresses in cotton, jumpsuits, mini shifts and maxi dresses that up the glam factor whether you're on the beach, lounging at home or at a black-tie affair.
Kennedy, who is based in Montego Bay, has once again decided to make her line available in Kingston. If memories of those heady days of CHAD immediately come to mind, you are thankfully, not alone. (PHOTOS: NAPHTALI JUNIOR)
Foot Candy, located at 8 Hillcrest Avenue, Kingston 6, is where Sandra Kennedy's SK Collection — a collaboration with her mother Yvonne Hayles — is now available.
Attorney-at-law Karene Miller is polished and poised in this
black and white floral SK piece with a dazzling splash of
colour. Add a cardigan for the office and you’re corporate-ready.
Remove the cardigan for an evening cocktail event.
How to do corporate in summer?
In a dress by Sandra Kennedy, of
course — clean lines, global
trends that complement the laidback
lifestyle of the Caribbean.
Accountant Althea Sinclair makes a
statement in this boat neck animal
print design from Sandra Kennedy's
(left) and Althea
Sinclair in floral
Althea Sinclair (left) and Karene
Miller share with AW readers just
how to go from desk to dinner in
Take a walk on the wild side...
Althea Sinclair shows you
how in this bold mix of leather
and animal print.
The SK Collection
includes this gorge
black mermaid gown.
Karene Miller beautifully
accentuates this stylish
SK dress with an eye-popping
neon pink belt.
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