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The Style Issue, December 7, 2023

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Mouttet Mile races last but two minutes, but the infield experience is a day-long feast of fashion and fabulosity! It’s where boundary-pushing outfits nudge the needle of the avant-garde scale, causing a stir, and in some cases quite the shake!

This year’s theme, The Kings & Queens of Caymanas Park, saw guests going the extra mile (literally) to source pieces from as far as Scotland, to meet style requirements.

Page 2 The Style Issue shares standouts from last Saturday’s event.

Hear Me RoarSupreme Venture Group Director and Resortwear by Eroleen principal Eroleen Anderson channelled, in her words, the ‘Queen of the Jungle”. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

Invested In StyleSenior Vice-President – HR & Facilities Kristen Raymore Reynolds’ white and gold look from Excessories Jamaica landed her at the top of the Best Dressed Female list. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

Kilt It!Optimity Group CEO Mario Sparkes made a bold fashion choice in a kilt he picked up in Scotland years ago. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

…CEO of Supreme Ventures Gaming Limited Xesus Johnston in Spokes Apparel and MoDA founder and co-principal of Locale Kerry-Ann Clarke in Korto Momolu…(Photo: Garfield Robinson)

The Mouttet Mile gave way to a host of fabulously dressed couples, including King of the Dancehall Beenie Man and his lady love, businesswoman Camille McIntosh…(Photo: Garfield Robinson)

…and DB Glow founder Dr Dainia Baugh in Korto Momolu and her husband Dr Ernest Madu, nuclear cardiologist and founder, chairman and CEO, Heart Institute of the Caribbean.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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