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Saint male models make historic stomp in Milan

Published:Monday | June 27, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Brad for Dolce & Gabbana.
Brandon for Ralph Lauren.
Brad Allen for Emporio Armani.
Romaine for Fendi.
Jermaine Downer for Missoni.
Brandon for Missoni.
Romaine for Monclear Gamme Bleu.
Romaine for Boglioli.
Romaine for Versace.

The Saint International star-making model machine keeps 'em coming. This time, however, it's all about the male models. Now the agency has the world's attention, fielding a record five Jamaican male models in Paris on the final leg of the European Men's Fashionweek cycle.

"This is the first time any Caribbean agency has claimed such a success with male models on the international scene," boasts Saint CEO Deiwght Peters.

This is like the Olympics of male fashion twice per year, the world's best designers, casting directors and show producers present the latest men's collections (in this case Spring 2017) for buyers and media from across the world. This is a big deal - careers are made for models and designers alike.

From Versace to Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni to Diesel Black Gold, Saint models Brad Allen, Jermaine Downer (JD), Brandon Bailey and Romaine Sterling were stars on the runway.

The Versace exclusive debut

Fashion Face of the Caribbean winner 2016, Romaine Sterling, was selected by Italian super-brand Versace to debut exclusively on their runway (meaning the Versace show had to be the first show he walked for in the world). This further bolstered the Saint legacy of fashion firsts which includes Romaine's predecessor Brandon Bailey, who debuted exclusively at Prada last June).

Today, we share with you the magic moments of Saint male models on the Milan runways.