Sunnation Saturday Tabanca, Simul-Fete
Civil servant Rushelle Reid made a statement in a tangerine pant set from Fashion Nova.karl mclarty

Premium Jamaican party series Sunnation held its first-ever Saturday Tabanca Simul-Fete in two Caribbean locations, Holy Smokes, Jamaica, and Sound Forge, Trinidad.

The event, powered by Trinidad-based entertainment company Illusions, featured live streaming and audio-visual effects in an effort to merge the party fever from both locations. Deejay Franco, Brush1 Chromatic and Lantern set the pace at Holy Smokes, here on The Rock, with a fusion of dancehall and soca while deejays Travis World, Penny, Lord Hype, and Fingal managed the revelry in Sound Forge, Trinidad.

With Advantage General Insurance Company Limited and Heineken as the title sponsors, partiers and soca junkies from near and far didn't miss the chance to turn up for the region's first-ever simul-fete.

Saturday Social highlights some of the patrons.

Photographer: Karl McLarty

Illusions Mas
Entrepreneur Allison Ellis complemented her floral 'fit with golden-yellow bag and shoes from Michael Kors. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
The finishing touches to GraceKennedy Business Development Manager Kennedy Alexia Turner's fete look were her boots and Gucci leather belt. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
Uliana Afanasenko, founder of Natural Kefir Ltd, opted for a slinky black look with a Honey Birdette number. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
For sales manager Michelle Belnavis, denim and white did the job for her Tabanca outing. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
Pulse Managing Director Safia Cooper shared the frame with attorney-at-law Sanjay Smith. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
Live streaming of patrons at Saturday Tabanca Simul-Fete in Trinidad (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
In order to experience a fun night out Medical Examiner Sweet Spencer traded her lab coat for a lime green dress from Shein. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)
Principal of Kutting Edge Kloset Sasha Jackson put a modern spin on tie-dye with a pants set from her clothing brand. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)

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