Page 2 Mar 15

It was all about designer names, chic styling and oh yes, rewarding the sterling efforts of employees at the 41st annual Sagicor Jamaica Group Corporate Awards hosted at the Jamaica Pegasus last Wednesday evening. Page 2 The Style Issue hit the red carpet and brings you stylish sightings.

Photographer: Lionel Rookwood


Giorgio Girl

Courtnie Watson, marketing assistant at Sagicor Life, looked fab in a metallic Giorgio Armani dress and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes.


A Stylish Payoff

PanCaribbean payments supervisor Alisa Mitchell was chic in a floor-length black gown with sequinned shoulder detail.


We Are The Champions

Leopathro Wallace (fourth right), branch administrator of Sagicor's Ocho Rios office gathered colleague staffers (from left) Doayne Clarke, Hadiyah Seid, Gillian Gordon, Patricia Dickenson- Brown, Kerrol Kennedy, Tanisha Anderson. Beverley Reid and Caleb Henry for a Page 2 moment in celebration of winning Branch of the Year.


A Lady & A Gentleman

Ahead of cocktails, a dapper Donovan Perkins, PanCaribbean prez and CEO, paused to greet our lens alongside Tanya Miller, VP group marketing at Sagicor, in a dress from NO. 7 boutique.


A Jolt of Bolt

Kristine Bolt, vice president of productivity and customer experience Sagicor Life Jamaica, was outfitted in super-cute Anne Klein ensemble. Read this Sunday's Style Observer for our Cocktails With feature on Bolt.


Insuring Success

Sagicor Life Jamaica prez Richard Byles (left), joined fellow bespectacled insurance titan R Danny Williams, Sagicor chairman, for a red carpet photo-op.


The Wright Style

Sagicor financial advisor Romalee Wright opted for a shimmery Anne Klein minidress while Scotiabank manager hubby Robert Wright, suited up in Kennetth Cole.


The Long & Short of It

Dressed in Michael Kors Christopher Lawe, Sagicor Life agency manager, was heads above his agent colleague Selena Chin when we spotted them on the red carpet. Both Chin and Lawe are members of the prestigious Millin Dollar Round TAble Century Club.

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