Saturday, January 14, 2023

With the @zimient Instagram page flooding timelines with videos of the set-up process at Hope Zoo, it was hard to escape the buzz around Zimi Seh Brunch last weekend.

And on Sunday, January 8, partygoers — many of whom were visiting the island for the Christmas holidays — turned out in droves to wrap the holiday party season in fine style.

Page 2 shares more photos as we pull the curtains on the popular event.

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Lavish Lifestyle - Enjoying the cabana experience in a colour-block leatherette set from her boutique was Diamond Couture boss Sue-Ann Lee and...
...and her team, Andre Buckeridge and Jalissa Hansen. (Garfield Robinson)
The Perfect MixTru-Juice hostess Sashele Rowegreeted patrons with mimosasand a smile. Garfield Robinson
Feather WeatherFinesse Beauté by Khalii boss Khaliah Tulloch's Fashion Nova feather set was all the rage!Garfield Robinson
Pearly Whites - You can always count on DrKiwayne Welsh for a trendy'fit and a welcoming smile.Garfield Robinson
J'adore Dior!- Nina Castano toted Dior. Garfield Robinson
Top Tier - In from Mandeville was Top Spot Bar & Lounge principal Amanda Carter in a magenta ruffled set from online boutique Racks Off By Shampoo. Garfield Robinson
'Art' of The Matter - Di Lot director Craig Phang Sang enjoyed the company of health coach Allesiya Jourden.Garfield Robinson

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