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Published:Thursday | December 1, 2022 | 12:07 AM
Simone Gordon, owner of T&T Fashion in Portmore, made a statement wearing pieces from her company at the festival; and for the record, the shorts are a vibe!
Simone Gordon, owner of T&T Fashion in Portmore, made a statement wearing pieces from her company at the festival; and for the record, the shorts are a vibe!
Sandy McKenzie-Gordon, a business teacher from Belllefield, Manchester, steps out casually fab for the day.
Sandy McKenzie-Gordon, a business teacher from Belllefield, Manchester, steps out casually fab for the day.
Samantha Thompson (left) and Shelly-Ann Johnson of Pleasant Vally Primary and Infant School are all smiles for our lens.
Samantha Thompson (left) and Shelly-Ann Johnson of Pleasant Vally Primary and Infant School are all smiles for our lens.
Collette Foster of The Collette Collective exudes fantastic energy in a dress and accessories from her own collection.
Collette Foster of The Collette Collective exudes fantastic energy in a dress and accessories from her own collection.
Nicollette Bartley, banking and finance student at the UWI, was out for her 21st bithday.
Nicollette Bartley, banking and finance student at the UWI, was out for her 21st bithday.
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Murray’s Farm in Toll Gate, Clarendon, came alive on Sunday for the first staging of the Jamaica Art and Gift Festival (JAGFest), featuring culture and fashion.

Sundresses and sandals dominated the fashion sphere, while floral and prints also made bold statements. Uniqueness and creativity were on display, as some vendors donned handmade pieces of dresses, shorts and jewellery. Check out the Something Extra highlights.