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Published:Wednesday | August 3, 2022 | 12:06 AM
Kiatra Frink wears a Neahlis design under the theme ‘Jamaica 60 Meets Hair and Fashion’.
Kiatra Frink wears a Neahlis design under the theme ‘Jamaica 60 Meets Hair and Fashion’.
Queen of the Parade Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh was queen of hearts as she led the Convoy of Beauty.
Queen of the Parade Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh was queen of hearts as she led the Convoy of Beauty.
The Jamaica 60 Float and Street Parade brought out friends and families just like the Ashmans (from left) Lisa, Hugh and Charmaine, who planned to catch the highlights, designs and music from Emancipation Park.
The Jamaica 60 Float and Street Parade brought out friends and families just like the Ashmans (from left) Lisa, Hugh and Charmaine, who planned to catch the highlights, designs and music from Emancipation Park.
Embracing Jamaica’s ‘Out of many, one people’ motto, Tommi May (left) and Stacy Wheeler, part of the international team working with Balloons by Jaki Jade, popped out in their colourful balloon outfits.
Embracing Jamaica’s ‘Out of many, one people’ motto, Tommi May (left) and Stacy Wheeler, part of the international team working with Balloons by Jaki Jade, popped out in their colourful balloon outfits.
Miss Universe Jamaica 2021 Daena Soares waved her flag high as she paraded on Emancipation Day.
Miss Universe Jamaica 2021 Daena Soares waved her flag high as she paraded on Emancipation Day.
Miss Jamaica World 2021 Khalia Hall showed off her toned arms in a halter dress.
Miss Jamaica World 2021 Khalia Hall showed off her toned arms in a halter dress.
 A classy pair of queens: Miss Jamaica World 2021 Khalia Hall (left) and Miss Universe Jamaica 2021 Daena Soares perched daintily on one of the classic cars that participated in the Jamaica 60 Emancipation Float and Street Parade.
A classy pair of queens: Miss Jamaica World 2021 Khalia Hall (left) and Miss Universe Jamaica 2021 Daena Soares perched daintily on one of the classic cars that participated in the Jamaica 60 Emancipation Float and Street Parade.
From left: Opposition Leader Mark Golding; Archbishop of Kingston Reverend Kenneth Richards, and Prime Minister Andrew Holness join hands following the release of ‘peace doves’ during the Jamaica 60 Emancipation Float and Street Parade as a sign of nat
From left: Opposition Leader Mark Golding; Archbishop of Kingston Reverend Kenneth Richards, and Prime Minister Andrew Holness join hands following the release of ‘peace doves’ during the Jamaica 60 Emancipation Float and Street Parade as a sign of national unity.
From left: Kiatra Frink; celebrity hairstylist, and designer Neahlis and model Latoya Samuels were out and about showing off their ‘Jamaica 60 Meets Hair and Fashion’ styles.
From left: Kiatra Frink; celebrity hairstylist, and designer Neahlis and model Latoya Samuels were out and about showing off their ‘Jamaica 60 Meets Hair and Fashion’ styles.
Principal Director at the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Jo-Anne Archibald was not about to let the flag-inspired fashion train leave her behind.
Principal Director at the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Jo-Anne Archibald was not about to let the flag-inspired fashion train leave her behind.
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Waving spectators, with smiles aglow, dotted the route of the Emancipation Day Float and Street Parade on Monday as celebrations for Jamaica’s diamond jubilee kicked into high gear. Behind giant effigies of Jamaica’s flora and fauna and music trucks were costumed groups, talented youth organisations playing musical instruments, Jonkunnu dancers, beauty queens, public service workers and more than 1,000 participants parading from the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre through to the National Stadium car park . Something Extra brings you the highlights.