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Published:Thursday | December 5, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Aundre Higgins pops style in his red and black tailcoat complete with an aesthetic birdcage housing a live pigeon.
Gavin Farrier shares a moment with Marsha Lumley on stage at the CAMPARI Pop Style grand finale. Farrier was crowned ‘Most Stylish Male’, for his chevron print getup, paired with a stuffed, miniature guerilla, sporting chevron print headband, taking home a cash prize of $250,000.
Wild card, Marvin Palmer showed off his aesthetic food tray, worn in the style of a hat, by pouring himself a drink on stage.
Wild card Andre Campbell flaunts his gold blazer paired with polka dot pants, and topped off with a gold turban, after getting his shot at the $250,000 cash prize at the CAMPARI Pop Style grand finale in Kingston.
Most Stylish Female Dihane Mendes (left) is all smiles collecting her cash prize of $250,000 from Brand Manager at CAMPARI Brit’ni Riley, at the Pop Style grand finale last Saturday in Kingston.
St Hugh’s High ‘Swans’ Tanya Lee (left), host of the school’s 120th anniversary banquet held recently at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, and Allison Philbert, CEO of Digicel Jamaica and guest speaker, were a picture of sheer elegance and sophistication.
Gavin Farrier, representing to the fullest in his CAMPARI-inspired chevron print outfit, accompanied by his stuffed, miniature guerilla, donning a chevron print headband. His creativity won him the admiration of judges and patrons as well as the title of Most Stylish Male.
MC Miss Kitty (left) turns the mic into the crowd as the cheers roar for Most Stylish Female, Dihane Mendes.
REUNITED: From left: St Hugh’s High School past student, Toni-Ann Creary, administrative assistant; Allison Philbert, CEO of Digicel Jamaica; and Sian Sterling, public relations executive, show off bracelets, specially designed in celebration of the school’s 120th anniversary at a commemorative dinner.

Jamaica’s most stylish showed up at Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre last Saturday to ‘pop style’ and compete for a cash prize of up to $350,000. Gavin Farrier was named Most Stylish Male, while Dihane Mendes was crowned Most Stylish Female. Here are the highlights, along with a couple quick pics from the recently held celebration of St Hugh’s High School’s 120th anniversary commemorative dinner.