Friday 6 December, 2019

Spice headlines Campari Pop Style finale

Campari Pop Style resident judge Desha Ravers. (Photo: Marlon Reid)

Campari Pop Style resident judge Desha Ravers. (Photo: Marlon Reid)

This Saturday, the Campari Pop Style street style competition concludes at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in Kingston. Admission is free.

The Most Stylish Male and Female will walk away with a total cash prize of JM $350,000. And, the queen of the stage Spice is slated to perform before the night is over.

The newly christened Magnum ambassador Grace ‘Spice’ Hamilton is the headliner for the third grand finale.

J Wray & Nephew Marketing Manager Nadia Kiffin-Green believes the decision to have Spice perform was a no-brainer. “Pop Style allows people to be stylish, expressive, and thought-provoking in what they do,” words that define the So Mi Like It hitmaker.

“She embodies what Pop Style is about!” Kiffin-Green ended.

Last year, the finale closed out with the Up Top boss Teejay and already expectations are high for Spice.

The finale will be a culmination of style, innovation, and creativity.Gavin Ferrier pops style in dance at Rudolph Elder Park, St Thomas, in October.

Finalists vying for the Most Stylish Male title include: Travis Mendez, Gavin Ferrier, and Aundre Higgins, to be accompanied by wild card, Marvin Palmer.

And, facing off for the Most Stylish Female title are Sherice Dixon, Iesha McKenzie, and Channa-Lee McKay. They will be accompanied by wild card component Teja Christie.

The fate of the contestants rests in the hands of The Rock’s most stylish barber Fashion Barber and fashionista/dancer Desha Ravers.

Travis Mendez was crowned the 'Most Stylish Male' during the first leg of the Campari Pop Style party series at Pines Plaza in Junction, St Elizabeth.

As per uje, the Fluffy Diva Miss Kitty will host and disc jocks ZJ Liquid and Bishop Escobar will maintain the vibe.

The ecstatic Fashion Barber is anticipating colourful, outstanding designs.

“I’m looking for bold colours, creativity. I’m looking for neatness, trendiness, and I want to see people really pop style for the grand finale,” he said.

Dancer Desha Ravers expressed similar sentiments.

“I want to see more creativity in the outfits! Contestants need to bring that energy!”

Sherice Dixon stunned in a Catwoman-inspired getup which earned her the title of Campari Pop Style's 'Most Stylish Female' in Pines Plaza, St Elizabeth.

Remember, to see Miss Kitty and a live performance by Spice, turn up with your crew at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre on Saturday, November 30. Gates open at 9:00 pm.

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