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Saints Rock The Glossies

Sunday, September 02, 2018

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It's been a memorable summer for Rock-based Saint International models. From strutting the runways of Paris and Milan to landing exclusive editorial features with some of the top fashion labels in the world, the Saint train just keeps rolling on.

Now Saint star Wayne Booth is featured in the September issue of the US edition of Elle Magazine. Lensed in New York by photog Paola Kudacki, the multi-page editorial, dubbed “American Balmoral”, presents Booth in six looks, all styled by Elle's executive fashion director Samira Nasr. Hair styling and make-up were handled by Lacy Redway and Ralph Siciliano.

Plus, newcomers Christine Willis and Shanniel Williams are cover girls for the latest issue of the biannualBritish fashion and lifestyle magazine Is In Town.

In a 24-page editorial, photographed by Clare Shilland at designer Jessica Odgen's Te Moana Cottages in Ocho Rios, Willis and Williams sizzle in looks coordinated by fashion editor and stylist Beth Fenton.

Fenton favoured works by designers Jessica Ogden, Duro Olowu, Cassie Mercantile, Sadie Williams, and custom crochet pieces from Kamala Bailey, along with pieces from her own archives.

The editorial affords readers an opportunity to better acquaint themselves with The Rock belles who, among other things, detail their experiences in the industry, share their favourite looks, and detail the experience of working with Fenton and Ogden.

Plus, Naki Depass graces the September Issue pages of Italian Elle. Lensed in Kenya by Mark Pillai, with Milan-based Eva Geraldine claiming style creds, the editorial features Depass in 10 pages. In the spotlight, too, is SO fave Jonny Brown who is featured in the just-released Fall/Winter 2018 campaign for Sisley. The new collection revamps urban looks by mixing trends with lifestyles, and Jonny B rocks them well.

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