Views from the Winning Post: Diamond Mile 2018
M Style XP and Main Event created a comfortable and well-decorated environment in which attendees watched the day’s 14 races, drank countless flutes of Champagne and flaunted their style. Dressing to the nines was not for naught, as there were hefty cash prizes for the bestdressed individuals.
The 2018 iteration of the Diamond Mile definitely lived up to the hype. And we’re already taking screenshots of looks that will inspire our outfits next year.
oday we cross the final winning post of our coverage of diamond Mile 2018. The prestigious day of horseracing took place Saturday last and the fashionable patrons at the infield are still vivid in our minds. is still reeling from the creativity of those who created bits of their ensembles and the sheer determination of others who scoured small boutiques, high street shops and online retailers for months to find one-of-a-kind numbers. aden Whittaker, vicepresident of operations and IT services, Supreme Ventures Limited, said hello to the Social lens in a custommade outfit from Kaskarr Fashions.Sagicor Investments wealth manager Kerrie Baylis stepped out to diamond Mile in a flattering Zara jumpsuit that was coordinated with shoes also from the Spanish retailer, a purse which was acquired on a past trip to Europe and a fascinator from her secret go-to boutique in Liguanea. attorney-at-law Jan Gordon really made this cement grey Misguided dress come to life with her strut, smile and Khalil’s Hatitude & Kloset hat.It seems as if Sagicor Investments vice-president of wealth management Tara Nunes knew that fans would have been handed out at diamond Mile, so she put together a look fit for a Marquesa, which comprised an outfit from Sobelio Boutique and a fascinator acquired while on vacation.
Media personality and diamond Mile fashion ambassador Terrikarelle Reid introduced diamond Mile best-dressed male winner Linton Johnson (right), supply chain manager, Nestlé Jamaica, to dennis Lalor, chairman and CEO, ICWI Group Limited.
San-jay Williams, senior hospitality and workplace services coordinator — enterprise support services, Ernst & young Services Ltd, and Christopher Pryce, customer development executive, Colgate Palmolive.
diamond Mile gave communications consultant and brand builder debra Edwards the opportunity to finally rock this Shamrock green headpiece that she picked up on a recent trip to NYC.
St Patrick’s Foundation chair Hermine Metcalfe coordinated her Robin Sweeney outfit with a hat gifted to her by a friend who clearly knows her style.