Thursday, July 28, 2022

Saint International model Tami Williams lends her charm to the Ralph Lauren Collection Pre-Fall 2022 e-commerce drop, which was lensed by photography duo Idris + Tony. The new collection draws inspiration from the glamour of movie stars and is defined by a classic black-and-white aesthetic.

And in more Saint news, stunner Wayne Booth graces the pages of One Magazine Issue number 19. Appearing in the editorial, titled 'She's Oceanic', the Jamaican model is outfitted in pieces from sustainable-friendly luxury fashion houses.

Page 2 The Style Issue shares more.

Saint International model Tami Williams is set to paint the town red in the Cameo wool-cashmere wrap coat.Idris + Tony
The label's perennial Rosalia blouse is reworked this season with three-dimensional macramé lace trimmed with scalloped edges. Idris + Tony
The Woven-Collar Sweater Day Dress is defined by the black-and-white aesthetic of the Ralph Lauren Collection Pre-Fall 2022 release. Idris + Tony
The pre-fall 2022 collection draws inspiration from the glamour of Old Hollywood and red carpet looks, brought to life here in a cap-sleeve sweater jumpsuit in black. Idris + Tony
Wayne Booth was styled by Jess Monterde for the One Magazine She's Oceanic editorial. (Bridget Fleming)
Wayne Booth was lensed by Australian photog Bridget Fleming for One Magazine. Bridget Fleming

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