MoDA 2023 Must-Haves
MoDA MarketFriday, November 17- Sunday, November 19 . (Photos: Locale)

It's back! MoDA Market, the three-day shopping playground for the stylish in search of carefully curated art, craft, beauty products, fashion, and more must-haves for Christmas.

The ladies of Locale afforded SO an exclusive first look and together we selected 20+ faves. With a few days to go, our suggestion is to clear any balance on your Sagicor credit cards and mark your calendar, Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, and Sunday, November 19, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Meet us at Locale, 4 Holborn Road. #firststop: the CPJ bar.

The ladies of Locale (from left) Aiesha Panton, Kerry-Ann Clarke and Dr Dainia Baugh are eager to welcome all to MoDA.
IG filters are great and all, but glowing skin in real life is even better!
Hang this swing in a favourite room or under a coconut tree and while the day away.
Always a MoDA fave, but this new collection is the designer's triumphant return to design after overcoming her illness. That and this dangle of freshwater pearls set in gold gives us joy!
What do you get when famed publisher Assouline adds a book all about Jamaica to its collection? The coffee table book of your dreams, duh!Plus, Swizzbeads - One Love Bracelets - We love these beauties for the intricacy of the beaded design plus the cool messages they carry.
Made from straw, it's giving Rock vibes as well as versatile design beauty.
This Jae Jolly signature is a forever fave. Stepping into this flowy jumper is like stepping into the barefoot luxe vacay you've been waiting on.
We love this necklace for its beautiful leaf motif handmade from brass.
The perfect party accessory for the season! Designed by a Jamaican, handcrafted in Italy! You know it must be exceptionally made!
Cos Jamaicans are "boasey"! Plus these tees are soft to the touch and fit just right!
FACT! Especially the Paradise Collection featuring a fun aqua flora print!

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