Saint Int'l boss hosts TV show

Thursday, April 24, 2014    

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DEIWGHT Peters, CEO of Saint International model agency, will premiere his pilot six-week lifestyle/fashion television show of the same name on TVJ tomorrow at 9:00 pm.

"The Deiwght Peters Show will highlight dynamic personalities with substantive stories to tell in an unpretentious way. The show is multi-faceted with many different elements unlike anything else on TV," he told the Jamaica Observer.

According to CEO, the show -- produced by his GDP Studios -- will feature Who's Hot and Who's Not on the social landscape as well as behind-the-scenes look at Jamaican models during fashion week in Paris and Milan.

"I also wanted the opportunity to create a bigger platform to make a difference in people's lives and to share the best of our culture (beyond fashion) with the world,"

he said.

Peters said the show will have global appeal and transcends all demographics.

"It's for males and females, between 18-49, who are culture lovers, tech-savvy, fiercely ambitious, who love the finer things in life and love to have a good time with friends," he said.

This is not Peters's first time being involved with a television series. In 2002, he launched the CVM Faces of Summer model reality series.

"It was several years later we saw Tyra Banks and other shows of similar themes. I always believe in originality," he said.





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