Benjamin Bruno’s ability to create both iconic classics and graphic modernity has landed him at the forefront of today's new guard of fashion. After beginning his career at Vogue Paris under Carine Roitfeld, from 2005 to 2011, Bruno went on to work as a freelance stylist, creative consultant and image-maker. Drawing on his early vocation in art criticism and a formal education in literature, Bruno’s work displays a stringent visual sense and keen eye for detail.
His meticulous editorial work with photographers Steven Meisel, Craig McDean, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Alasdair McLellan, Paolo Roversi, Willy Vanderperre and Jamie Hawkesworth is featured in British Vogue, Vogue Italia, American Vogue, W Magazine, Self Service, Vogue Hommes, i-D, Arena Homme +, 032C, The Gentlewoman, Interview, Modern Matter and Man About Town, where he previously served as contributing fashion editor with Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak of M/M (Paris).
Bruno regularly gives birth to unique collectible objects and pieces of ephemera with image-makers Juergen Teller, David Sims, Duane Michals, Fumiko Imano and Tyler Mitchell.
He is also well known for his significant collaborations that have fostered a generation of emerging creatives including designer J.W. Anderson and photographer Jamie Hawkesworth. In his work with Anderson, Bruno pioneered a sharp architectural aesthetic and is involved in all aspects of the brands. His ongoing collaborations with Hawkesworth continue to produce a distinctive and memorable long-term body of work.
His consultancy work rhymes with aesthetic edge, relevant uplift and commercial success.
Bruno's runway and advertising clients include Loewe, Lanvin, Christian Dior, Calvin Klein, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Versace, Valentino, Max Mara, Tory Burch, Burberry, J.W. Anderson, Moncler, Uniqlo and campaigns with photographers including Steven Meisel, David Sims, Tim Walker, Mikael Jansson, Paolo Roversi and Peter Lindbergh.