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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | February 12, 2020 | 12:00 AM
Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, holds his wife, Susan, adorned in this beautiful Asian-inspired floral dress.
Floyd Green and Ann-Marie Vaz are razor-sharp in their sleek looks. Check out her ‘Jamaican-esque’ fit and his navy suit paired with a fitting green tie.
Meet the Flynns! Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn and her husband Levaughn Flynn kept it chic and simple.
‘Minimalista’ with an eye for detail, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange’s gold accessories pair well with her cheetah print shoes, and clutch. She, of course, stayed true to form, adding a splash of green fused with matching print. Beside her is Minister of Local Government Desmond McKenzie.
It’s all in the sleeves for Natalie Neita (left) and Sophia Frazer-Binns, who rock in embellishment and flair, respectively.
Obviously, the women are stealing the whole show. Check out President of the Senate Tom Tavares-Finson and his gorgeous wife, Rose who opted for a clean pant suit look finished with pink stilettos, pearls and a printed clutch.
Kamina Johnson-Smith, minister of foreign affairs, paired this black dress with button trimmings with matching shoes and purse.
Dressed in a teal A-line half-sleeve dress, the lovely Lady Allen paired the same colour hat with navy trimmings. And, if that wasn’t enough, the fashionista added a pair of navy closed toe open back midi-heels.
There’s something about this Lisa Hanna and K.D Knight ‘black out’ combo that ‘Something Extra’ finds irresistible. From the fedoras to the 18th-century style influence, suave meets sophisticated chic, and it gets the style stamp of approval.

Decked out in their finest, members of parliament, representing both political parties, turned out to greet their supporters before listening to the Throne Speech by the governor general. If you were stuck on other business and were not able to attend, here are the highlights of yesterday’s ceremonial opening of Parliament.