Saturday, July 23, 2022

On Sunday, July 3, the flashes from shutterbugs signalled the arrival of birthday girl, Diamond Couture principal Sue-Ann Lee, flaunting a custom Nashwear design, no less.

Lee joined friends and family at the AC Hotel's rooftop pool and bar for a soirée to celebrate her birthday. And, it being a 'Diamond' event, the bash pulled out all the stops, with a 3D diamond cake by Sweet Mischief Jamaica, glitzy gold and black décor by Party Atmosphere and lots of Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial toasts!

Page 2 shares a few of those fab moments.

What's a celebration without a fabulous cake? Birthday girl Sue-Ann Lee (left) and her sister Annakay Bromfield readied to cut the Sweet Mischief cake.Foster Shots
Loud Fashion Managing Director Doneisha Johnson stepped out in a long-sleeved mini from her boutique. Foster Shots
In from London to celebrate was Leslie-Ann Forrester, who shared the frame with Grattan "Junior" Samuels.Foster Shots
Nashwear Creative Director Nashanda McFarlane was fly in the updated version of her top-selling corset: The Truth. Foster Shots
Diamond Couture Sales Representative Jalissa Hansen was also out to celebrate. Foster Shots
And because no birthday celebration is complete without some bubbly, Sue-Ann Lee popped a bottle of Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial. Foster Shots
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Let's get into Sue-Ann Lee in 'Miss Diamond', a Nashwear custom multi-colour rhinestone-embellished number that flattered every curve. Foster Shots

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