Wednesday, November 16, 2022

On Saturday, November 12, Saint International CEO Deiwght Peters and Alliance Française President Pierre Lemaire — under the patronage of French Ambassador to Jamaica Olivier Guyonvarch — took over the AC Hotel Kingston's driveway to stage La Hot Couture fashion show.

The audience comprised industry legends, tastemakers, friends of the organisers, members of the diplomatic corps and government officials like Minister of Education and Youth Fayval Williams, Member of Parliament for St Thomas Eastern Dr Michelle Charles, and Honorary Consul for Ethiopia in Jamaica Yodit Hylton, who also made a runway appearance. Also gracing the catwalk was business titan Zachary Harding for MAXBROWN.

The runway flowed from the multi-level car park to the adjacent AC Hotel Kingston sign and kicked off with designers Heather Laine for Elan, MAXBROWN, Edna Manley College, and Eliette Lesuperbe.

Page 2 takes you under the canopy of stars.

Bienvenue!Alliance Française President and Touch of France conceptualiser Pierre Lemaire (right) was on hand to help Saint International CEO Deiwght Peters welcome guests to La Hot Couture 2022. Karl Mclarty
It's All RelativeTeethEtics Jamaica Dental hygienist Sandra Kerr (right) joined sisters (from left) Dr Patrice Charles-King, Member of Parliament for St Thomas Eastern Dr Michelle Charles, and Continued Care Nursing Centre CEO Carol Charles for a fashionable night out. Karl Mclarty
Speaking VolumesCaribbean Assurance Brokers Ltd Assistant Manager - Employee Benefits Sequoia Thomas swept in, wearing a Rhea Imani NIA kaftan set.Karl Mclarty
One AccordFrench Ambassador to Jamaica Olivier Guyonvarch sat front-row with French Embassy in Jamaica chargée de mission commerciale Karléne Lemaire.Karl Mclarty
Lesson PlanRepping the Ministry of Education were CEO Dr Kasan Troupe (left) and Minister of Education and Youth Fayval Williams.Karl Mclarty
Notes From The MotherlandHonorary Consul for Ethiopia in Jamaica Yodit Hylton and her husband, attorney-at-law and Member of Parliament for Western St Andrew Anthony Hylton were quite the affable pair.Karl Mclarty
Big PurrSaint International new faces Yolanda Young (left) and Brittania Morris made a case for leopard print. Karl Mclarty
Sim SimmaBusinessman Zachary Harding made his runway debut to a Beenie Man dub wearing MAXBROWN, no less. Karl Mclarty

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