In practice, one does not find gender agreement of adjectives with nouns.
There are only some marginal exceptions. In some lexicalized expressions, adnominal adjectives may agree in gender, e.g. in proper names vyey plat 'vieilles plates"', a name of a fish (Bollée & Rosalie 1994: 224), cf. vye (m) vs. vyey (f) 'old'.
According to Bollée (1977: 33), "fossilized femninines have been preserved in fixed expressions like bonn volonte 'goodwill' (instead of bon volonte) and vyey-fiy 'old girl'."
Moreover, Bollée (1977: 33) cites one adjective with gender distinction which is supposed to be widespread in all registers of Seychelles Creole: fou – fol.
In adnominal adjectives relating to nationalities, one also finds gender agreement: en imsye seselwa vs. en madanm seselwaz 'a Seychellois man' vs. 'a Seychellois woman'.