Pun­ters set for day of celebs and flash fash­ion

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - NEWS - ZARA NI­CHOL­SON

ABOUT 50 000 pun­ters are headed to Ke­nil­worth Race Course for the 33rd J&B Met prime horse­flesh and the best fash­ion the coun­try can muster.

It’s Cape Town’s big­gest party and some will be there to have a flut­ter on the horses, some to show off their out­fits at one of the top day­time high fash­ion events in the city and oth­ers will be there to so­cialise with the who’s who of South Africa’s so­cial elite.

Lo­cal celebri­ties will be dressed to kill.

Some of the A-list guests in­clude co­me­dian Nik Rabi­nowitz; for­mer Spring­bok Rob Lowe and his surfer/model daugh­ter Roxy; rugby he­roes Bob Skin­stad, Brian Ha­bana and Ch­ester Wil­liams; TV pre­sen­ter Colin Moss; model Minki van der Westhuizen; crick­eter Her­schelle Gibbs; Olympic swim­mer Roland Schoe­man; Bafana Bafana goal­keeper Brian Baloyi and funky new penny whis­tle trio Kwela Te­bza, the broth­ers Mpho, Te­bogo and Tshepo Le­role.

In the J&B mar­quee guests will be en­ter­tained by DJs through­out the day and Kwela Te­bza and Lira will per­form.

Cou­turi­ers who will have their de­signs on dis­play in­clude Hip Hop, Er­rol Arendz, Habits, Car­ducci, Rosen­werth and Thomas Red.

The J&B Most El­e­gant cou­ple com­pe­ti­tion will be pre­sented by L’Oreal Paris with prizes in­clud­ing hol­i­days and jew­ellery.

Tick­ets cost R150 and are avail­able through se­lected stores and totes or by call­ing the course on 021 700 1600.

Tick­ets to the 5fm af­ter­party fea­tur­ing Roger Goode also cost R150 and may be bought at the course or via tick­etweb on the net.

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