Dussault Inc.

Saturday, January 14 at 7:30pm ET/PT/MT/CT on Citytv

“What Happens in Vegas”

When Jason forgets Mashiah’s birthday, she goes to celebrate it in Las Vegas with her best friend Fiona, but Jason runs after them, with the help of his friend Carrot Top. Jason hatches a plan to get hitched at a local chapel, but little does he know that Mashiah is thinking about breaking up, not making up.

Saturday, December 24 at 7:30ET/PT/CT/MT on Citytv

“Hollywood Dreaming”

Jason discovers that restaurants and bars have a program called Barwatch where they ban patrons who wear clothes associated with gangs or organized crime – and Dussault Apparel is on the list. Jason thinks it is against basic human rights to profile customers on their attire. As a result, he creates a line called Barwatch Babies to denounce the Barwatch rule. Meanwhile, Ayden designs a new Dussault skateboard line while Mashiah rekindles her dream of being an actress, without Jason’s blessing.

Saturday, December 10 at 7:30pm ET/PT/MT/CT on Citytv

“Sex therapy”

When Jason goes on stage with one of his favorite bands, Steel Panther, and begins staying late at the office, Mashiah thinks that he is not spending enough time on their relationship and suggests they see a couple’s therapist. While going through therapy sessions and working on their relationship, they discover Ayden has started having sex and must give him relationship advice.

Saturday, December 3 at 7:30pm ET/PT/MT/CT on Citytv

“Another Brick in the Wall”

Jason has to rehash memories from the past when he is asked to dress Robbie Wyckoff, the new singer of Roger Water’s The Wall Tour. Meanwhile, Mashiah reclaims her party girl side while still trying to be a mother and a businesswoman; and Ayden auditions to join a band with the help of his grandmother, Barb.

Saturday, November 19 at 7:30pm ET/PT/MT/CT on Citytv

“A Place to Call Home”

Jason wonders if he should dig into his family’s savings to create a $250,000 pair of jeans for a United Way charity auction. Meanwhile, forest fires force Mashiah’s family from Kelowna to camp out at her place, so Ayden decides to move into his father Jesse’s place.

Saturday, November 12 at 7:30pm ET/PT/MT/CT on Citytv

“Don’t Break My Art”

After a successful fashion show, an agent commissions Jason to create three paintings inspired by his streetwear graphic designs. Meanwhile, Mashiah works on designing a new lip balm for her Open Sundaes line. When she finds out that Jason is using her acting headshots in his artwork, she is not thrilled. Meanwhile, Ayden sets his grandma up on a blind date.

Saturday, November 5 at 7:30pm ET/PT/MT/CT ***Citytv Original Series*** on Citytv

“Ronin’s Elephants”

Jason hates the way Mashiah dresses their three-year-old son Ronin so he creates a new Dussault babies’ line. Against Mashiah’s wishes, he uses Ronin as the main model. Meanwhile, Mashiah writes and draws a children’s book dedicated to Ronin and finds out how difficult the publishing industry can be.

Saturday, October 8 at 8:30pm ET/PT (8:30CT, 8:30MT) on Citytv

“Snowboard Panda”

When Ayden is caught playing with firecrackers, Mashiah wants to ground him, but Jason takes him snowboarding to teach him a lesson.

He custom designs clothes for the hottest celebrities, from Pamela Anderson to the Black Eyed Peas, but it’s not all parties and red carpets for Canadian celebrity street-wear designer Jason Dussault.

Experience the grit behind the glamour in Dussault Inc., an edgy new 16-episode, half-hour, docu-sitcom that follows the busy lives of celebrity designer Jason Dussault and his life partner Mashiah Vaughn, as they struggle to keep their businesses – and their family – on the rails, premiering Saturday, Sept. 24 at 8:30pm ET/PT on Citytv.

With a million-dollar flagship Dussault Apparel store in Los Angeles, Jason thought they had hit the big-time – creating high-priced, custom-made clothing for rock-and-roll celebrities like Criss Angel, Kid Rock and Nicole Richie.

But when the economy took a turn for the worse, they lost it all. Now back in Vancouver with two sons to raise – 15-year-old Ayden and 24-month-old Ronin – Jason is risking everything to bring Dussault Apparel back to the top, while Mashiah works her own bath cosmetics line Open Sundaes.

With their over-the-top personalities, relationship challenges and ambitious career goals, one thing is for sure – it’s going to be one hell of a ride!

In the premiere episode, “New Showroom,” Jason decides to open a Dussault Apparel showroom in Vancouver after having to shut down his million-dollar flagship store in Los Angeles. His better half Mashiah asks him to babysit their kids so she can close a deal for Open Sundaes. Jason, however, is torn between hanging out with his friends from Nickelback and doing the right thing.

Often referred to as “The Hoodie King,” Jason Dussault designs and sells high-end street wear for men and women, and is best known for his limited edition custom hoodies that sell for prices between $600 and $2,500 US. He is also credited with designing the world’s most expensive denim jeans, valued at $250,000. As he begins accepting commissions to do original pieces of art, Jason continues to custom design for celebrities, including the Black Eyed Peas, Pamela Anderson, Nickelback, Dee Snider, Kat Von D, and Todd McFarlane.

A mother at 19, Mashiah Vaughn is a multi-tasking actor, model and business woman who built her own bath product line, Open Sundaes, making the Top 40 under 40 entrepreneurs list in BC at the age of 30. Mashiah’s modeling resumé includes Victoria’s Secret, Club Monaco, Gap, Ralph Lauren, and Flare Magazine. In 2011, she was named female spokesperson for the Steve Nash Fitness Clubs as well as beauty spokesperson for Riversol Skin Care. She sits on the board of directors of the Children’s Wish Foundation and is a spokesperson for the Obakki Foundation.

Dussault Inc. is executive produced by David Paperny, Cal Shumiatcher, Audrey Mehler and Ziad Touma, who also acts as the series director. Season 1 was shot in Vancouver, with travels to New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, Edmonton, Calgary, Hong Kong and Cameroon. Season 2 is currently filming in LA.