HIP STRIP - September 29
YESTERYEAR IT WAS - From left: Trudi-Ann Wilkinson, Nickesha Virgo, Stacy-Ann Blain and Lacia Parkin were out to support the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

YESTERYEAR IT WAS - From left: Trudi-Ann Wilkinson, Nickesha Virgo, Stacy-Ann Blain and Lacia Parkin were out to support the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

From left: Shawn Curtis, Tashawna Hollinzed and Acleish Pearson served up style at Eyes Wide Shut at Rose Hall Beach Club in St James recently. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

From left: Shawn Curtis, Tashawna Hollinzed and Acleish Pearson served up style at Eyes Wide Shut at Rose Hall Beach Club in St James recently. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

'FUNTASTIC' FOUR - From left: Keriann Hines, David Mullings Jr, Ceolini Paragon-Singh and Rudolph Black shared in the fun at the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

'FUNTASTIC' FOUR - From left: Keriann Hines, David Mullings Jr, Ceolini Paragon-Singh and Rudolph Black shared in the fun at the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

#ABOUTSATURDAYNIGHT - Georgette Getfield (left) and Canoleen Binns came out for the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

#ABOUTSATURDAYNIGHT - Georgette Getfield (left) and Canoleen Binns came out for the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

ALWAYS A TREAT - Michelle Sohan (left), owner, Treatz Bakehouse, and Tash Johnson, travel consultant, shared a snap at Jamaica Bridal Expo at Montego Bay Convention Centre last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

ALWAYS A TREAT - Michelle Sohan (left), owner, Treatz Bakehouse, and Tash Johnson, travel consultant, shared a snap at Jamaica Bridal Expo at Montego Bay Convention Centre last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

FUN FIVE - This quintet paused for a cause at Eyes Wide Shut at Rose Hall Beach Club in Montego Bay recently. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
JAMAICA LOVE - Sheena Fortune gave the Hip Strip camera some love at Jamaica Bridal Expo at Montego Bay Convention Centre last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
RETRO VIBES - Stephanie Graham (left) and Abigail Bacchas got in the mix at the Yesteryear party at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
VIBE CHECK - We caught up with Daryl Hudson (left) and Irie Selkirk at Eyes Wide Shut Rose Hall Beach Club in St James. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
BRIDAL BELLES - From left: Felecia Clarke, Shelly-Ann Palmer and Tahjaera Thompson got in some face time at the Jamaica Bridal Expo at Montego Bay Convention Centre last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
GOOD TIMESRacquel Clarke (left) and Terryann Brown were out for a good time at Yesteryear at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
CHECK IN - Toni-Ann Sheriff (left) and Shackeel Barnes soaked up the vibe at Yesteryear at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
CHILL SPOT - Samantha Smith (left) and gal pal Tamara Brown stepped out for Yesteryear at Pier One in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)
IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY - Anna Ellis celebrated her birthday at Lounge Zero at Fairview in Montego Bay last Saturday. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

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