Saint International is the most successful model agency in the English Speaking Caribbean. Since 2000, the agency has discovered, developed,placed and managed over 150 models in global fashion markets. Forbes Magazine acknowledged SAINT as the 'World's Biggest Exporter of Black Models'. CHANGING LIVES, EXPANDING HORIZONS is not just the tagline but the dna on which the company is built. Peters (often called 'pops'by his models) is a father-figure and mentor to many of his models.
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Former banker-turned-fashion mogul Deiwght Peters has leveraged his corporate experience to the guide the global growth of his company. The agency is highly selective in the models it represents and develops for the international markets.These models appear for top runways, catalogues, editorials, e-commerce, advertisements and more.
Saint maintains formidable relationships with leading agents throughout the world-New York,London,Milan,Paris, and beyond.
Though based in Jamaica, the agency manages talent from other countries including Nigeria, Martinique,Guadeloupe, United States, Trinidad, Barbados,Suriname.
The agency's accomplished male and female roster have appeared for the world's most prestigious brands including Chanel,Prada,Givenchy,Celine, Christian Dior,Versace, Hermes, Balmain,Burberry, Calvin Klein,Gucci,Saint Laurent,Valentino, Ralph Lauren,Marc Jacobs,Giorgio Armani,Roberto Cavalli and many more.
Saint International's ground breaking achievements has been featured by The New York Times, Le Monde (France),American Vogue, Italian Vogue and many others.
Each March, the agency hosts its Fashion Faces of the Caribbean Model Competition(attended by many international agents) and The Jamaica Avant Garde designer of the Year Contest. Every May, SAINT transforms Jamaica's capital city Kingston into the fashion mecca with its STYLE WEEK JAMAICA and FASHION BLOCK (The Caribbean's biggest live Fashion event).
Saint is now in a global expansion mode with its scouting machinery.