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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd.  Tanya Palmer; Rebecca Silvera; Latoys Samuels.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer

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Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. D'Angel
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. Camesha Powell
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. Sodanne Browne
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. Tessanne Chinn
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. Sisters Tessanne Chin (L) and Tammy Chynn
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. From left Renee Marshall wearing a "Fascinator" hat with Ostritch feathers and Naomi Garrick.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
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The Bigga Jamaica Oaks "Ladies Day" raceday on Saturday April 25, 2009 at Caymanas Track, was a bevy of beauty, brains, and talent. The grounds infront of the stands in the winners enclosure was awash with colour as the invited celebrities donned their various fashion statements with a finishing touch of hats which were provided by?Marcellas James of Cinderella Hats Ltd. Pretty girls all in a row from left: Mexican Ambassador Leonora Rueda; D'Angel; Renee Marshall; Tammy Chinn;  Tessanne Chinn; and Deika Morrison.
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