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Daily Observer (Jamaica) - - CLOVIS TOON -

It was al­most mid­night last Satur­day when the sec­ond an­nual Cam­pari Pop Style fash­ion and street style show­case cul­mi­nated in­side Skate­land in Half-way-tree. Scores of pa­trons showed up in eye-catch­ing out­fits, most with an el­e­ment of sur­prise, all in the name of com­pet­ing for the J$500,000 cash prizes, and Most Stylish Male and Fe­male ti­tles. The four re­gional cham­pi­ons al­ready had an in. Wild card Rushane Camp­bell, in all his show-stop­ping shim­mer­ing splen­dour, didn’t stand a chance against Most Stylish Male fin­ish­ers Jo­vanni Lan­caster and Kevin Donville, who swept the first- and sec­ond-place ti­tles and prizes, re­spec­tively. Mean­while, Mikayla Salmon from Old Har­bour won the $250K and her sec­ond Most Stylish Fe­male ti­tle. Some hon­ourable men­tions were dancer and record­ing artiste Amanyea Stines, who gave Salmon and the top five fi­nal­ists a run for the Pop Style money. But it was Boss­clique Bou­tique sales rep­re­sen­ta­tive Paskelle Cooper who wound up tak­ing the sec­ond-place prize. picks up where Page 2 left off.

Fri­day So­cial

(Pho­tos: Ja­son Tul­loch)

Cam­pari Pop Style Most Stylish Fe­male win­ner Mikayla Salmon (cen­tre) shared the spot­light with fel­low fi­nal­ists and some fa­mil­iar faces (from left) Boss­clique Bou­tique Sales Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Paskelle Cooper, Kingston con­tes­tant; stylist and make-up artist Paula-kaye White, Junc­tion, St El­iz­a­beth con­tes­tant; Ju­ven Dunn, Most Stylish Fe­male win­ner, Kingston; and wild­card Amanyea Stines, dancer and record­ing artiste. Paula-kaye White pre­sented her most stylish look.

JWN Mar­ket­ing Man­ager Na­dia Kif­fin-green (left) pre­sented the sec­ond-place prize to Kingston fi­nal­ist Boss­clique Bou­tique Sales Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Paskelle Cooper.

Ju­ven Dunn, Cam­pari Pop Style Most Stylish Fe­male – Kingston, vied for the J$250K.

Steven Mor­gan, fash­ion re­tailer and win­ner of the Kingston leg of Pop Style danced his way to cen­tre stage in pieces from his Hom­bre Ec­cen­tric stock, and Dé­nalli garter bags and hol­ster set.

Sales rep­re­sen­ta­tive Stacy Lopez chose a cot­ton-candy en­sem­ble quite sim­i­lar to a look worn by de­signer Nashanda Mcfar­lane (in­set) pre­vi­ously at Hen­nessy V: The Pa­parazzi Edi­tion back in Novem­ber. Let’s just throw it out there, Who Wore It Bet­ter?

IT Tech­ni­cian Cory Da­ley and his girl­friend Rade­ica Camp­bell, cos­me­tol­o­gist, went face-to­face with gold masks.

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