Saturday, 3 January 2015

THE SOCIAL NETWORK: Out and About with Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jah Cure, Tessanne Chin, Camille Davis, Kaci Fennell, and more

SIDE BY SIDE: Dec. 26, Kingston. The star power was reportedly unbearable at the recently staged UTOPIA Winter Mocha party at the Kingston Polo Club. Fresh from his megasuccessful tour of the European mainland, reggae superstar Jah Cure brought his bombshell wifey Kamila McDonald along to enjoy the festivities. (Photo: Skkan Media)

ALWAYS AND FOREVER: Dec. 26, Kingston. The just-concluded holiday season also allowed superbusy people like songstress Tessanne Chin and hubby Michael Cuffe to spend some quality time together, including an appearance at the Kingston Polo Club's Winter Mocha fiesta.  (Photo: Skkan Media)

GLAM GIRLS: Dec. 30, St. Andrew. Stylish relatives, friends and well-wishers, designer Angelie Spencer among them, gathered at 29 Lady Musgrave Road last week to take part in a celebration-themed, AXIA-sponsored send-off for stunning ambassador Kaci Fennell, who is all set to represent Jamaica at the Miss Universe coronation show on January 25 on the grounds of the Florida International University (FIU) in Doral, Florida. We wish her the very best!  (Photo: Skkan Media)

IN THE FRAME: Dec. 31, St. Andrew. No stranger to our tropical shores, Grammy-winning R&B songbird Ashanti, accompanied by members of her management team, gave a press conference at the Terra Nova Hotel the other day, where journalists and a few lucky fans got to rap with with the American artist about making her most recent trip to the island and the latest on her recording career. Videographer O'Knesi Holness couldn't pass up the chance to be photographed with the star, who went on to host a New Year's party inside the Fiction night club. (Photo: Infuzion.Inc)

SISTER, SISTER: Jan. 1, Kingston. It is always a joy to see strong independent Jamaican women having each other's backs. Making the scene at the Centrestage Theatre on the weekend, actress Camille Davis and reigning sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce shared lens time following a performance of Davis' new play, Saving Alligator High. (Photo: Camille Davis/Facebook)



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