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May 7, 2014
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GQ Meets Vogue a treat for patrons

The Hennessy team: (from left) Georgia Hunter, Debbian Spence-Minott, Sabrina Amos and Jared Samuel sharing lens time. - Contributed

Dancehall deejays Nine Mil (second left) and Gabriel enjoy a warm embrace from the lovely Hennessy vixens.

Lots of energy, fashion in overdrive, and a plethora of quality song selections were the main highlights coming from Unkle Dean's increasingly-popular party GQ Meets Vogue.

After much anticipation, the night finally arrived, and by the time it reached 3 a.m., Oneil's Place, St Andrew, usually a late-start club, was already packed with patrons ready and raving.

That the music, delivered by the likes of Alonzo Hawk, Boom Boom, Richie Feelings and UK-based Movie Star Johnnie, had to be on point made a fantastic night even more exciting.

When Boom Boom took the turntables, he immediately set out to hypnotise his female audience as several love classics from Celine Dion, Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey would have signalled his intention.

He didn't labour for long in that genre. His versatility was shown with an easy transition from soul to hip hop, then, of course, his speciality - dancehall.

Richie Feelings has always been touted as the 'ladies' selector, and from his performance one could very well understand. The ever-vocal selector orchestrated a musical onslaught and his set enticed women into engaging in unimaginable dancing acrobatics, much to the delight of the onlooking male patrons.

Love is in the air as these two kiss at GQ Meets Vogue at Oneil's Place, St Andrew, recently. - Contributed

Host for the night Camala Latouche hangs out with the ever-feisty Tony Matterhorn. - Contributed

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