Sunnies and Shades party creates a splash in Hanover
Santana Wright kept it cool and on-theme at the Sunnies and Shades Breakfast Party. (Photos: Aceion Cunningham)

Sunnies and Shades Breakfast Party recently took us to the hills in the parish of Hanover for a relaxed party atmosphere outside the bustle of the resort city of Montego Bay.

The recent departure from the usual party hot spots in Montego Bay was orchestrated by style arbiter Lamonie Plummer, more widely known for her Neovaugh Salon in the resort city.

The location, the grounds of Chilling in the Oasis Guest House and Lounge in Burnt Ground, was transformed with bursts of colour, delicious mix of local and international fare from food stations, including a beautifully decorated cart with delectable dessert options — all forming part of the delicately woven elements to stimulate the senses.

XX3RA Fyah, DJ Jigga and DJ Quan were responsible for stimulating and keeping the beat on the tympanic membrane, and that they did.

The Jamaica Observer West entertainment team was in attendance and we now share a few of the patrons who made the early morning trek to the lush green hills.

Shari Barnett granted the photographer a quick snap.
Shawn Dixon (left) and Nordia Peterkin got in the mix at Sunnies and Shades.
Fashionista Shannon Dixon made the trek to Sunnies and Shades.
Shanique Rodney soaking up the vibe at Sunnies and Shades.
The gents kept it chill inside their branded lounge.
Lamonie Plummer took some time to check in with our roving lens.

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