The Style Issue, June 8, 2023

Zimi Seh Brunch, held at Palm Drive, Hope Gardens Sunday last and supported by Heineken, Coca Cola, WATA, Tru-Juice, Lynk and Select Brands, was as much about the buzziest fits as it was the fare and musicscape of selectors.

Page 2 serves up some hot 'lewks'.

(Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-b459790234226ebcec0cb1e12133a02b">Split Decision</strong> – Customer service representative Lynicea Francis stepped out in an outfit from Shein. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-7bcc564325f710b7d65be2dc5d48d9cb">#friendshipgoals</strong> – Antoinette Dixon (left), project manager, and Tamika Campbell, managing director of Campbell Marketing and Management, were all smiles as they shared an embrace. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-ec19e4620264d609b19fd7ca7f32afc9">Neutral Gear</strong> – Kamania Brown (left), chef, and Allison Masters, registered nurse, made chic statements in outfits from PrettyLittleThing for Zimi Seh Brunch. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-873dfda2942d0ecdae2bff3e5448b3a0">Dulce De Leche </strong>– Police officer Dennis Johnson and his belle, registered nurse Anna Lee, were the stylish pair in tonal shades of brown and orange. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-0192b63657d31bd840fa8ec2e6daa251">Zimi Seh Starr</strong> – Artiste Starr Dawkins accessed her feline side in a leopard print maxi dress. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-7aef3558d299403e7d639d5ddb7e35d9">'Rhude' Awakening</strong> – Before taking the stage deejay Franco posed for a quick photo with the Page 2 lensman in his 'fit from Rhude. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
<strong id="strong-a9326f8a4ad1faee0d6da2671e0ce79f">Frills &amp; Thrills!</strong> – Educator Nicole Williamson made a statement in a frilly Balenciaga dress accessorised with a Moschino belt. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)

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