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Students at the University of West Indies' Student Union let off some midterm stress at the popular weekly event, 'Integration Thursdays'.
Teasea Bennett of Rêve Jewellery is effortlessly chic at the Caribbean Fashion Week Launch.
Pulse chairman, Kingsley Cooper, is entranced by the dimpled smile of Terian Cunningham, managing director of Gabriellas' Cosmetics, at the Caribbean Fashion Week Launch.
Well he did say he was "de girls dem sugar"! Beenie Man poses with the contestants for Miss UWI 2010, before his performance at 'Integration Thursdays'.
American football fans, Jordon McClure of Chimney Records, attorney Gary Harris, and UWI student Angelica Gordon, were glued to the flat screens of Fiction Lounge for the Fiction Superbowl Fiesta.
The gentlemen of Syndicate Events, (left to right) Dwayne Dacres, Gersham Greene and Garfield Wedderburn, encircle Red Stripe brand manager, Safia Cooper (centre) at the Caribbean Fashion Week Launch Party. Hmmm, brokering a new sponsorship deal guys?
'Champellé', held February 6 at the Mango Ranch on West Kings House Road, promised a 'vibes inclusive' experience. Judging from the reaction of the crowd, it did not disappoint.
Cute couple alert! At 'W', Roxan Wais (left) cuddles up to boyfriend PJ Wright, of Wright Image Events, the promoters behind 'W' and the popular all-inclusive party, 'Daydreams'.
Sheresa Dixon is having a fantastic time at 'W', the "one-night club experience', recently held at the Hilton, New Kingston.
Arvel Grant (centre) of HQ Events, is not short of female attention at his recent event 'Champellé,'as patrons (left to right) Tamara Graham, Sarah Bennett, Terri-Ann Campbell, Kelly-Ann Campbell and Sasha-Rae Holness flock to his side. Leave some ladies for your male guests, Arvel!
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