Glitz and glamour take over Hennessy V

November 14, 2016
VE Jamaica's Shanique Mongal looks delightful in this gold dress.
This female patron is all 'dolled up' and sharing highlights of her night on social media.
This female was a sure showstopper in this elegant dress that she showcased on the carpet.
Sasheeni Bennett of Wray & Nephew poses for the camera.
Shantae (left) and Samantha make a for a cute duo, as they were represented for Alka-Vybz that will be held on December 10 at Gee Wee parking lot in St Andrew.
Jared Samuels (left), brand manager of Hennessey, takes a photo with Wray and Nephew's Pavel Smith (right) and Sasheeni Bennett.
Singer Jah Vinci (left) was all smiles as he posed with friend, Dimplez.
Shanni and Sherri were definitely trendy.
Kory Dixon (left) of MAPS Promotion poses with his fiancee Shavelle Maylor.
Dian shows off her sultry smile as she poses in front of this display of Rose Moet.
This well-dressed pair shares a moment at Hennessy V that was held on the Kingston Waterfront recently.
Disc jock Bishop Escobar (right), who did a splendid job in keeping the audience entertained, take a photo with politician Damian Crawford.
Fashion was a major aspect of the party and this patron bought her A-game.


Ankle-length dresses, golden crowns and galactic suits were the order of the night at Hennessy V: The Renaissance. The fashion-forward and style savvy event was held recently downtown Kingston.

A spectacle of glitz and glamour, and cheers to the decadence of champagne and cognac, the MOET Hennessy Team executed the epitome of exclusivity, regality and fashion with the recent instalment of the event.

The entrance platform of the 'Festival Marketplace' was a long, checkered, black and white runway - giving each patron no choice but to strut for the crowd. The DJ booth that was placed storeys high emitted the energy of an orchestra, with selector Bishop Escobar hyping the crowd almost until the break of dawn.




The elevated platforms for the very important patrons housed the fresh-faced, the classy and the dapper. Dancehall juggernaut Bounty Killer, donning his usual sunglasses, bounced and swayed coolly under the glowing lights.

Though the night was a fancy occasion, there was a fair share of fallen maidens who swayed off their heels by the ready and easily accessible bars.

If this staging was anything to show, and the organisers follow the flow, the next instalment should happen in a castle.

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