Style Awards Presentation

From Lorna Myers' elegantly posturing in Halston to Gerald Wight's polished Oleg Cassini suit, and Daisy Bradshaw embracing her inner prom queen in a Betsey Johnson ensemble, the 11 Style Awards winners who snagged honours last Sunday morning showed just why their sense of style was being celebrated.

(Photos: Bryan Cummings)

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Flirt Boutique proprietor Jennifer Azan (right) receives the Boutique of the Year award from Natalie Chin-Watkins, head of advertising, marketing and communications at the Jamaica Observer.

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Mission Catwalk executive producer Keenea Linton-George receives the Style Innovator award from Benjamin Simms, sponsorship executive at Digicel, for her show's efforts in unearthing design talent from the Caribbean.

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LIME Head of Legal & Regulatory Rochelle Cameron receives the Most Stylish Woman In Business award from Chesna Haber, brand manager at Pernod Ricard and whisky, J Wray and Nephew.

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Phillip Armstrong, managing director of Sagicor Bank, receives the award for Most Stylish Man in Business from Style Awards ideator Novia McDonald Whyte.

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Armstrong receives a gift certificate from Melanie Levy, proprietor of the Candy Craze.

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J Wray and Nephew's Chesna Haber presents fashion designer Courtney Washington with the Designer of the Year Award.

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An elated Bianca Bartley (right) nabbed the Jewellery Designer of the Year Award, which was presented by J Wray and Nephew's Chesna Haber.

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Supreme Ventures President and CEO Brian George (left) and company director Ian Levy snagged Philanthropist of The Year honours for their orgnanisation's charitable work.

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Gerald Wight, chief operating officer at BCW Capital, was named Style Man of The Year and was presented with his award by Jacqueline Burrell-Clarke (right), public relations manager at Digicel, while Melanie Levy gifted him with a Candy Craze gift certificate. There was too a gift courtesy of Bijoux.

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Music producer Luke Flynn and his model belle Nicole Grey were named Style Couple of the Year and received the award from Tahnida Nunes, sponsorship manager at Digicel.

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Accounts payable manager at Betsey Johnson, Daisy Bradshaw (left) received the Trailblazer Award for her work with the iconic American designer from Style Observer contributor Mina Robertson (centre) and Tahnida Nunes, sponsorship manager at Digicel.

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Restaurants of Jamaica Chairman Lorna Myers (second right) was named Style Woman of the Year and was presented with her award by business titan Patrick Casserly (second left) while Digicel's Benjamin Simms and Candy Craze's Melanie Levy presented Myers with a gift certificate. There was too a gift courtesy of Bijoux.

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Post-presentation, the Style Awardees assemble for a group photo.

Other Awardees included:

Retailer Of The Year Michael Ammar's

Digicel People's Choice Award Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce

Model Of The Year -- Jeneil Williams

Style Moment Of The Year -- Kai Newman for Gucci

Style Event Of The Year -- Sugar Cane Ball at the Round Hill Hotel & Villas

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