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Style Week Blast Off

Published:Friday | June 3, 2016 | 6:00 AM
Saint International's 'It Girl' Tami Williams (centre) is sandwiched by Alessandra Donghi (left), director of Why Not Model Management, and Mike Henry, minister of transport and mining.
Pops of colours from Paula Pinnock (left) and Racquel Leslie at last Thursday's Ambassador's Blast Off at Fidelity Motors in downtown Kingston.
Jacqui Nielssen is a vision of sophistication and style in this ensemble from Kerry Kay's Boutique.
Saint model Alexa Budal was the epitome of Posh in Black.
Deiwght Peters with is two top models Tami Williams (left) and Kai Newman.
Saint International's CEO Deiwght Peters (second left) surrounded by his army of suave models (from left) Romaine Sterling, Brad Allen and Brandon Bailey.
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Saint International's Style Week kicked off last Thursday with a Posh in Black-themed VIP reception for its ambassadors.

Aptly called Blast Off, it was a great start to a fashionable weekend. The top models of the agency jetted into the island to rub shoulders with the event's style ambassadors and specially invited guests at Fidelity Motors in downtown Kingston.

From just a mere showroom to a classy reception suite, the luxury of cars was replaced by the style and glamour of specially invited guests.

With the ambassadors being the main feature of the night, Saint International's CEO Deiwght Peters began the formalities by expressing his appreciation for those who turned up and highlighted the ambassadors who are part of this year's 'glitz, glam 'n style'.

These included Dr Kurdell Espinosa, Novlet Deans, Peter Champagnie, Dawn Henry, Alando Terrelonge, Mark McIntosh, Marisa Benain, Jacqui Nielssen, Kay Rochester, and Rajesh and Neha Kripalani, who were all committed to representing the event in style.

"I am excited for the week's events, and I assure you that it will be a week to remember," Peters gushed.

The evening progressed, with the ambassadors getting acquainted and receiving all the inside scoop on the fashion industry from the agency's leggy supermodels over cocktails and vino.