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Published:Friday | April 19, 2024 | 12:07 AM
The woman of the evening, Stalk Ashley, dressed in shades of Pepsi blues, was unveiled as the brand’s hot, new ambassador.
The woman of the evening, Stalk Ashley, dressed in shades of Pepsi blues, was unveiled as the brand’s hot, new ambassador.
Pepsi Cola Jamaica Field Marketing Manager Magnolia Vanegas (left) and Pepsi Cola Jamaica Brand Coordinator Karonna Atkins were on hand for the unveil.
Pepsi Cola Jamaica Field Marketing Manager Magnolia Vanegas (left) and Pepsi Cola Jamaica Brand Coordinator Karonna Atkins were on hand for the unveil.
Denille Rene, senior marketing officer at Island Grill Jamaica, was playful in a Shein fit.
Denille Rene, senior marketing officer at Island Grill Jamaica, was playful in a Shein fit.
Blue-haired and vibrant, Antoneil Dinnall, brand coordinator for Pepsi Jamaica, put her brand on display.
Blue-haired and vibrant, Antoneil Dinnall, brand coordinator for Pepsi Jamaica, put her brand on display.
Digital creator Andre Skeen got the blue memo and paired his smooth half-sleeve blue shirt with striped pants.
Digital creator Andre Skeen got the blue memo and paired his smooth half-sleeve blue shirt with striped pants.
Influencer Tanaania Tracey was having a ball as she blows the camera a kiss.
Influencer Tanaania Tracey was having a ball as she blows the camera a kiss.
TikToker Kimesha Smith shows her gym gains in a metallic cropped top.
TikToker Kimesha Smith shows her gym gains in a metallic cropped top.
Lyndsey McDonnough, co-managing director, Market Me Consulting Limited, gives effortless and stylish in Pepsi blue satin pants and a white T-shirt.
Lyndsey McDonnough, co-managing director, Market Me Consulting Limited, gives effortless and stylish in Pepsi blue satin pants and a white T-shirt.
Bianca Fakhourie, corporate affairs and legal specialist at Pepsi Jamaica, went from corporate to casually cool with white low tops.
Bianca Fakhourie, corporate affairs and legal specialist at Pepsi Jamaica, went from corporate to casually cool with white low tops.
Creative Simone Michelle is our casual-style muse.
Creative Simone Michelle is our casual-style muse.
Left: A shirt dress is one of the most versatile pieces in a woman’s closet and Gianna Williams’ flouncy patterned dress does not disappoint. The brand partnerships coordinator at EFFIT Limited tied it all together with leather sandals.
Left: A shirt dress is one of the most versatile pieces in a woman’s closet and Gianna Williams’ flouncy patterned dress does not disappoint. The brand partnerships coordinator at EFFIT Limited tied it all together with leather sandals.
Right: Public relations practitioner Brithney Clarke knows how to make a statement. She allows her outfit to do the talking at the Pepsi launch as she mixes the Pepsi blue with accents of Pepsi red.
Right: Public relations practitioner Brithney Clarke knows how to make a statement. She allows her outfit to do the talking at the Pepsi launch as she mixes the Pepsi blue with accents of Pepsi red.
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The East Lawns of Devon House was the place to be on Wednesday evening as Pepsi unveiled their ‘New Beats, Same JamaICAN Flava’ campaign and new visual identity to Jamaica. Still featuring the brand’s signature blue, white, and red colours in a novel minimal look, the aesthetics of the new logo were mirrored by the event’s modern décor, further accentuated by the presence of members of the media, Pepsi’s corporate team and the glittering members of Kingston’s social scene. The launch was also in celebration of Pepsi’s newest ambassador, dancehall songstress Stalk Ashley, and the debut of a campaign video showcasing the brand’s steady commitment to culture, music, and fashion. With Brush1 The Road Marshall on deck to lead guests into dancing and excitement afterwards, there was nowhere else the enthusiastic guests would rather have been. Something Extra has the highlights.