Thursday, March 9, 2023

The buzz was palpable Tuesday evening as politicos, business titans, epicureans and bon vivants made their way up the steps and into Kingston's latest eatery Buzo Osteria Italiana for the official opening.

The lauded Port of Spain restaurant owned by Trotters Restaurant Group Director Peter George has exported the brand to Bridgetown, Barbados and now Kingston, Jamaica. george was the consummate host as he welcomed guests into the 7,700-square foot space designed by Karen Aboud of Indesign Trinidad.

No better place, we reckon, for Page 2 The Style Issue to position its lens.

Glam FestBrand - Ed principal Norma Williams pledged allegiance to the glam in a head-turning Pesche number. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Fab To The Bone - Zoe Solutions Remote Operations Manager Pauline Edie was all about neutrals in Rag & Bone and Givenchy. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Eyeing Eyelets - Lisa's Full Service Salon principal Lisa Hutchinson served a bolt of cobalt. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Perfetta! - Chef's kisses for food blogger Victoria Colahar who was stylish in a tweed set. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Tiramis - uFor TwoArchitect Mala Morrison knew all too well that a beige 'fit would look incredible when teamed with clear heels, and a sparkly statement bag. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Off The Shoulder - ARC Properties Limited managing director and style pro Ashley-Ann Foster-Horne stunned in a colourful Tracy Reese print look from KERRYmanwomanhome/Locale. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Ciao Bella - Fitness coach Rose Tavares-Finson was positively chic in a look from KERRYmanwomanhome/Locale. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)

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