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Saints do Paris Fashion Week

Published:Friday | October 5, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Aurelie Giraud walking for Y Project's Spring/Summer 2019 collection.
Tami Williams struts for Chanel's Spring/Summer 2019 show.
Haytal Blackwood models for designer Rahul Mishra.
Christine Willis models for the Celine Spring/Summer 2019 show at the rcent Paris Fashion Week.
Saint International's Barbra-Lee Grant models for the Swiss label Akris at Paris Fashion Week, held from late September into early October.

Saint International's Tami Williams, Naki Depass, Barbra-Lee Grant, Christine Willis, Haytal Blackwood, Kimali Morgan Aurelie Giraud, Shaun Holder, Shanniel Williams, Elecia Gordon and Shane Guyher stomped for the Spring/Summer 2019 designer collections in The City of Lights for Paris Fashion Week from September 25 to October 3. They worked for Balenciaga, Chanel, Celine, Balmain, Guy Laroche, Jacquemus, Mugler, Thom Browne, Elie Saab and others.

At the preceding Milan Fashion Week, nine Saint models worked. Aurelie Giraud made her home country of Martinique proud with runway turns for Y Project (where she appeared with fellow Saint Shane Guyher), as well as Rahul Mishra (with Saint peers Haytal Blackwood and Barbra-Lee Grant also in that collection's model cast).

At Paris Fashionweek, Tami Williams strutted the Chanel runway 18 times. Christine Willis (currently gracing the multiple-cover of Pop magazine, which also features Bella Hadid and Binx Walton) booked a catwalk engagement for the Celine, one of week's most anticipated collections, as it marked the debut of the fashion house's new creative director and designer, Hedi Slimane.