Views from the Win­ning Post: Di­a­mond Mile 2018

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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.

Satur­day So­cial

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.

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