Tuesday, 28 April 2015

OUT AND ABOUT: PM Simpson-Miller + Ziggy Marley + Veronica Campbell-Brown + John Varvatos + Rev. Norlene Jackson + Ashani + Usain Bolt

BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: April 26, United States. Music, high fashion and philanthropy were the life of the party this past Sunday evening in California, as uberdesigner John Varvatos brought out a host of his celebrity friends, including Grammy winner Ziggy Marley, for the 12th Stuart House benefit (hosted annually by the celebrated menswear architect) in Los Angeles. Marley, who graced a 2015 John Varvatos promotional campaign with brother Stephen, brought wife Orly Agai and his kids along to share in the evening's festivities. (Photo: Getty Images)

FAMILY FIRST: April 23, St. Andrew. They say success is nothing without the right person to share it with. That timeless adage rings true for emerging reggae-soul crooner Ashani, who took a break from the stage and lyming with guests to share lens time with his dear mom, Anita Smith, at the Redbones-hosted launch party celebrating his debut EP, Unbreakable, last Thursday night. (Photo: Skkan Media)

ALL THE KING'S MEN: April 19, Brazil. As expected, the 2015 Mano a Mano challenge climaxed with a winning performance from Usain Bolt, who stopped the clock in 10.12 seconds to turn back the fierce challenge of some worthy opponents in the 100M dash. Following the medal presentation ceremony, the World's Fastest Man joined his racemates Churandy Martina (from the Netherlands), Ryan Bailey (of the United States) and Brazil's own's Carlos Gomes Moreira for a round of photographs. (Photo: Getty Images)

MAKING STRIDES: April 19, Brazil. The Jockey Club Brasileiro also saw some sizzling action from the ladies, especially in the 100M, where Jamaican sensation Veronica Campbell-Brown gave a glimpse of what's to come this season with her comfortable win over her competitors, including American speedster Carmelita Jeter(Photo: Getty Images)

HEAD TABLE: April 18, St. Catherine. Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller recently served as patron for the Jamaica Baptist Women's Federation's annual prayer breakfast, which was held at the Caymanas Golf Club on Saturday. Sharing a moment here with guest speaker Rev. Norlene Jackson, PM Simpson-Miller called for the continued implementation of social intervention programmes to protect our women and nurture our children. (Photo: OPM)

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