AWG Fashions: Signatures Boutique
AMG member Rochelle Townsend stepped onto the runway in the Emerald Green One Shoulder Gown w/ Shawl. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)

The 'Fashionable Derby' held on Saturday, May 6, by the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel's poolside was quite the affair.

The event, conceptualised by the American Women's Group of Jamaica (AWG), included a fashion show and watch party that benefited the organisation's scholarship fund and charities.

And while it was a big day for horse racing, and raising funds, fashion was also in the spotlight. The runway show saw looks from Keneea Linton Designs x Locale, Resortwear by Eroleen and Signatures Boutique.

While Keneea Linton Designs x Locale and Resortwear by Eroleen showcased their take on fashion at the derby, Signatures Boutique opted for a melange of daytime, cocktail and evening wear. The edit presented palazzo pants, denim, jumpsuits and gowns.

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) takes a closer look at pieces from Signatures Boutique.

And, remember we're celebrating Mum all month long so how about taking her for a solid dose of retail therapy at Signatures?

Signatures Boutique

Unit 9

Lee Gore Business Centre

Kingston 10

Tel: 876- 755-4247/876-755-4248

Photos: Naphtali Junior

Miss Jamaica World 2022 contestant and model Rishema Daley rocked the Printed Midi Shirtdress. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Model Tia Dryden gave the shutterbug her best angle in the Pink and White Printed Pant Set from Signatures Boutique. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Tannevia Pottinger modelled the White Tak Top and Tiered Tulle Denim Skirt. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Kimberley Staple put it in black and white with the Wide Legged Pants w/ Slits and Organza Ruffled Blouse from Signatures Boutique. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Model Nicole Clarke served a 'lewk' in the Polka Dot Jumpsuit with Chiffon Sleeves.(Photo: Naphtali Junior)

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