Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

PDN columnist Norm Analista shares updates on his ‘Tastemaker’ column

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”Tastemaker” Norm Analista wore a statement piece from his fashion brand Analista & Co. Joaquin Cook, president and CEO of Bank of Guam opted for a blazer without a tie.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Reena Uttam attended the event in a long gown with an intricate sequin design.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Jennifer de Rosas and Marissa del Rosario Tinsay, both sales account managers for United Airlines, Guam and Micronesia, rocked all-black looks with accessories.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Gen Advincula wore a multi-colored sequin dress with a hip fringe jacket.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Rita Taitague, client relations manager, and Cherri Mendiola, general manager, both from Security Title, wore long empire waist dresses.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Devynn Lucuab, bookkeeper, Guam Chamber of Commerce, chose to wear a grey suit.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Jenny Yue, private banker, First Hawaiian Bank, wore a white pant suit.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Sal Chong, personal banker, First Hawaiian Bank, opted for a beige and black embroidered dress.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Luis Bustamante wore all black with pops of ivory from his belt and shoes.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Dan Murrell, senior vice president, Triple J Enterprises and Julie Murrell, looked classy in black.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Hannah Baza, Cris Perez, and Cara Analista from DZSP21 maintained cool vibes with deep dark colors.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Shelly Calvo, entrepreneur, shimmered in this silver dress.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Mary Welch wore a long black dress with embellished cut outs.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Sandra Flores, executive director, Guam CAHA, wore black with rhinestone sandals and Del. James Moylan opted for a classic tuxedo.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Jade Tulabut and Bobo Cristobal, senior financial analyst, Docomo Pacific, opted for dark elegant colors.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

”Tastemaker” Norm Analista wore a statement piece from his fashion brand Analista & Co. Joaquin Cook, president and CEO of Bank of Guam opted for a blazer without a tie.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Reena Uttam attended the event in a long gown with an intricate sequin design.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Jennifer de Rosas and Marissa del Rosario Tinsay, both sales account managers for United Airlines, Guam and Micronesia, rocked all-black looks with accessories.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Gen Advincula wore a multi-colored sequin dress with a hip fringe jacket.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Rita Taitague, client relations manager, and Cherri Mendiola, general manager, both from Security Title, wore long empire waist dresses.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Devynn Lucuab, bookkeeper, Guam Chamber of Commerce, chose to wear a grey suit.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Jenny Yue, private banker, First Hawaiian Bank, wore a white pant suit.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Sal Chong, personal banker, First Hawaiian Bank, opted for a beige and black embroidered dress.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Luis Bustamante wore all black with pops of ivory from his belt and shoes.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Dan Murrell, senior vice president, Triple J Enterprises and Julie Murrell, looked classy in black.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Hannah Baza, Cris Perez, and Cara Analista from DZSP21 maintained cool vibes with deep dark colors.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Shelly Calvo, entrepreneur, shimmered in this silver dress.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Mary Welch wore a long black dress with embellished cut outs.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Sandra Flores, executive director, Guam CAHA, wore black with rhinestone sandals and Del. James Moylan opted for a classic tuxedo.

Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part 2

Jade Tulabut and Bobo Cristobal, senior financial analyst, Docomo Pacific, opted for dark elegant colors.

The Guam Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 99th Anniversary Gala at the Dusit Thani Guam on May 6. This is part II of a two-part feature. Look for last week Friday’s PDN for part I. Guests lived up to the event theme “Vogue” by donning beautiful gowns, classy tuxedos and everything else in between. Some chose to interpret the theme by emulating the look of cover models for the iconic fashion magazine, Vogue, while others gravitated towards outfits inspired by the material girl herself — Madonna. I personally chose to wear a set that was inspired by a lesser-known Madonna look from her video “Nothing Really Matters.” This was a fantastic event and I look forward to attending again next year!

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Tastemaker Fashion: Guam Chamber of Commerce Gala, Part I

Norman Analista, is the founder of Analista & Co., a Guam-based fashion brand specializing in bespoke apparel. He has designed clothing for dozens of celebrities and social media influencers in the US, Asia, and Europe. For unpublished content related to this column, follow @tastemaker671 on Instagram. For story suggestions email

nanalista@yahoo.com.



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