Mon | Apr 19, 2021

Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | December 31, 2020 | 12:08 AM
Daniella Davis was the first to feature in the magazine this year, exuding cool chic in fitted leather jackets on parks benches in Central Park in a ‘Leather to Weather’ feature.  Contributed Photos
Daniella Davis was the first to feature in the magazine this year, exuding cool chic in fitted leather jackets on parks benches in Central Park in a ‘Leather to Weather’ feature. Contributed Photos
Easy Transition: Daniella Davis’ boyish bomber jacket matched perfectly with slouchy trousers as she took to New York’s streets.
Easy Transition: Daniella Davis’ boyish bomber jacket matched perfectly with slouchy trousers as she took to New York’s streets.
Donning a sleek olive-toned leather dress, Daniella Davis gave fashion lovers even more options with an easy day to evening look.
Donning a sleek olive-toned leather dress, Daniella Davis gave fashion lovers even more options with an easy day to evening look.
Both garments and accessories were enhanced by Francine James’ model savvy, with the sharp cut bob of her hair giving an extra edge.
Both garments and accessories were enhanced by Francine James’ model savvy, with the sharp cut bob of her hair giving an extra edge.
Francine James stayed in studio for ‘Accessory Tricks that will Transform your Outfits’. From statement hoop earrings to chokers and chain-link necklaces, long and short, the Pulse international made the right moves to highlight the accessories while s
Francine James stayed in studio for ‘Accessory Tricks that will Transform your Outfits’. From statement hoop earrings to chokers and chain-link necklaces, long and short, the Pulse international made the right moves to highlight the accessories while showing off the clean lines of her clothing.
1
2
3
4
5

In a year that had most people working from home and dressed in casuals for online meetings, the Pulse duo of Francine James and Daniella Davis gave us some great fashion options to consider as the world looks to return to some sense of normality in 2021. The former winners of Pulse’s Caribbean Model Search appeared for InStyle magazine, but made individual fashion notes that were both stylish and practical. Here are the highlights.