Monday, July 24, 2023

Stush in the City returned, Wednesday last, to the pink and white architectural gem Locale. It was, pun intended, a very warm welcome for Stush in the Bush co-principals Lisa and Christopher Binns who, along with food entrepreneur Jacqui "Juicy Chef" Sinclair, presented 'Tapas and Cocktails – The Summer Edition'. The evening's signature cocktails were courtesy of CPJ beverages.

Naturally, style and elegance were at the forefront as the attendees pulled out their uber-chic summer ensembles for an evening of fab gastronomy.

Page 2 has highlights.

(Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Stush Girls' Zone - Kerry-Ann Clarke (second right) and Aiesha Panton (second left), co-owners of Locale, ensured a seamless evening with food entrepreneur Jacqui "Juicy Chef" Sinclair (left) and Lisa Binns, co-principal of Stush in the Bush. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Beauty Here & There - Eye Beauty Ja principal Shelley Hendrickson (left) was fab in a floral cut-out 'fit from Signatures Boutique, while Tanya Phillips, cosmetologist, opted for a white embroidered number. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Black, White & Pop of RedCutting a glam figure was Dr Trudy-Ann Morrison who sported a black and white ensemble with a pop of red. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Daughter & Dad In The City - CEO of Supreme Ventures Gaming Limited Xesus Johnston and his daughter Genesis enjoyed glasses of Valencia Cointreau, one of the evening's signature cocktails. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
On Air - University student Kacey Holbrooke made the Jamaica Nice x Black Ink photo booth her chill spot. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Solid Foundation - Diahann Young, marketing director at Pulte Home Construction Group, Atlanta, opted for a printed green tube dress while her architect husband Kevin Young stepped out in a shirt by Mark Anthony. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Noche de Chicas - Jennifer Cape (left), owner of Bella Oasis Day Spa, and Susana Gomez, deputy chancellor at the Embassy of Spain, were not about to miss an evening of tapas and cocktails at Stush in the City. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Over-the-Counter - Dr Dainia Baugh, who wore a Jae Jolly kaftan she copped from Locale, gave the Page 2 lensman her good side at the Rémy Martin x CPJ bar. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)

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