AW Fashion: Style, Fashion, and Bargains Et Al
This batik-printed cocktail numbercomprised a cocoon jacket, andmatching crop top and asymmetricalskirt, accentuated with merlot hoopearrings.

Deean Fontaine, the Nigeria-based attorney-at-law, curator and owner of fashion boutique du jour EtAl, hosted a group of industry women last Thursday at a sip 'n'shop event – part of the

Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out

. Indeed, EtAl took style out with doorbuster discounts up to 85% off all accessories, and Ankara-printed garb in-store. The women in attendance enjoyed browsing the sumptuous and extensive autumn/winter 2018 collection, which featured batik-printed cocoon jackets, gilded openwork overcoats, and even minimal dresses with pops of print. There were, also, complementary Ankara print tunics for the gents.

AW Fashion

makes an African reconnection.

The handpainted,oneshouldercolumnis the perfect fitfor the womanwho appreciatesthe finer thingsin life.
Attorney-at-lawVivette Millerkept it casualchicin an A-linemid-sleevetunic.
Model DeidreMcKenzie worean off-theshoulderprintblockinglayereddress fromthe Autumn/Winter 2018collection.
Bissoon rocked a rust coat with bishop sleeves.
EtAl model Deidre McKenzie channelled African Empress in thisprinted jumpsuit from the AW18 collection.
Coppershot Sound DJ Mark Chin fitted a brightly-coloured tunic.
EtAl owner Deean Fontaine (centre) took style out with her customers (from left) Tanecia Wolfe,owner, Salon Phoenix; Vivette Miller, attorney-at-law and mediator; Tasia Lofters, surgical consultant;Marshalee Valentine, food safety consultant; Shelly-Ann Weeks, writer and activist; Debbie Bissoon,media personality; Dahlia Morris, senior paralegal, HEART Trust/NTA; Zuri Garricks, process engineer,Petrojam; and Cody-Ann Green, baker/caterer. (Photos: Garfield Robinson and Jason Tulloch)
Surgical consultant Tasia Loftersshowed off her EtAl shopping bag .
Attorney-at-law Renae Gayle made a beeline to the checkout counterafter fitting her pieces from EtAl.
... later, she skimmed through the sale rack for deals.
Media personality Debbie Bissoon (right) took a selfie with DeeanFontaine, attorney-at-law and owner of EtAl...

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