Saturday, January 7, 2023

There was only one place to be on New Year's morning: the Sunrise Breakfast Party at Hope Zoo!

The annual event, hosted by Sunnation, saw hundreds of locals, tourists, sponsors, and followers of the hit party series in attendance. The mash-up of breakfast options, drinks provided by the Tru-Juice bars, and signature Hei-Chee Paradise cocktails from Heineken left patrons short of nothing.

Plus, the selection of dancehall and soca music from the carousel of DJs on board was at the height of fête perfection.

Page 2 wraps the week with more from Sunrise.

My Fair Lady - Shanique Ellington, principal, Le Champ Cosmestics, brought her own shade to the party. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
What's In My Cup? - NCB Branch Manager Desron Graham and Gabrielle Notice, customer service executive, showed off their Sunrise cups. (Karl Mclarty)
A Soca StepDigicel Jamaica Public Relations and Communications Manager Elon Parkinson came out to fête.Karl Mclarty
Take A TripDJ Timmy HMV and his wife Tisa Ramdial, a finance director, made sure to add the Sunrise Breakfast Party to their new year's celebration.Karl Mclarty
Ready For The RoadCarla Hollingsworth, brand marketing manager, Digicel Jamaica, complemented her printed bodycon dress with a pair of Zara sandals. Karl Mclarty
The Long And Short Of ItTasha Manley (left), attorney-at-law, and Sophia Darling, director of benefits, in from Atlanta, Georgia, both came out to turn 'lewks'. Karl Mclarty
Tied To YouAllison Dunn, principal, Hibiscus Brew Cafe, New York, delivered in a magenta set from Poshandblunt Boutique.Karl Mclarty
Triple The FunThe trio of (from left) Lilia Conolly, chief human resource officer; Michelle Belnavis, sales manager, Mapco Printers Ltd; and Odeth Reynolds, chief human resource officer, Jamaica Energy Partners, had to partake in the morning entertainment. Karl Mclarty
Print On DemandRushell Alexander, property administrator, stepped out in a printed shorts set.Karl Mclarty

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