Page 2 Saturday, May 21, 2022

Saint International all-stars have been making waves across the globe! Nigerian face Tomiwa hit the Louis Vuitton Resort 2023 runway on Friday, May 13 as Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière revealed his latest collection at the Salk Institute in San Diego. Meanwhile, Wayne Booth and Naki Depass are featured in the new Ouisa Spring/Summer 2022 and Nadia Rapti Memories of Tomorrow Spring/Summer 2022 lookbook, respectively.

Then, breaking news out of London: European-based Saint veteran Romaine Dixon graces the pages of Paperboy magazine Issue 3.

Déjà VuModel Naki Depass wears the Summer Deja-Vu top and loose pants as she soaks up the Santorini sun.<strong id="strong-1">Christos Predoulis </strong>
Strutting Saint International model Tomiwa in Look 19 on the Louis Vuitton Resort 2023 runway.<strong id="strong-2">Courtesy of Saint International </strong>
When in GreeceSaint International model Naki Depass is captured wearing the Throwback Waves White Crop Shirt and Skirt in Santorini, Greece.<strong id="strong-3">Christos Predoulis </strong>
Eyeing Up Wayne Booth is lensed by Coni Tarallo for the Ouisa Spring/Summer 2022 collection. <strong id="strong-4">Coni Tarallo </strong>
Earning One’s StripesOuisa’s Striped Button Down offers an intentionally oversized fit in a soft cotton woven stripe.<strong id="strong-5">Coni Tarallo </strong>
Boxed InSaint International model Wayne Booth puts it in neutral with a boxy-cut cotton blazer and matching pant. <strong id="strong-6">Coni Tarallo </strong>
Settling A ScoreSaint International model Romaine Dixon dons an Inter Milan football shirt with Levi's jeans and Saint Laurent sunglasses.<strong id="strong-7">Tom Craig </strong>
Sweater WeatherA vintage Coogi sweater, TWC denim shirt, Sheep Inc cardigan, and Margaret Howell shorts complete Romaine Dixon's look for Paperboy magazine.<strong id="strong-8">Tom Craig </strong>
[USE WITH 'Sweater Weather']<strong id="strong-9">Tom Craig </strong>

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