Stylist Benjamin Bruno is a trained art critic with a distinctive detail-orientated, intellectual aesthetic. Through his career the stylist has forged strong creative links with established photographers including Alasdair McLellan and Sølve Sundsbø, in addition to working rising talents such as Karim Sadli , Daniel Jackson and Jamie Hawkesworth .
Jo-Ann Furniss told BoF, “After beginning his career as assistant to stylist Marie-Amélie Sauvé, Bruno went on to work with Vogue Paris editor, Carine Roitfeld , from 2005 to 2011. Drawing on his early career in art criticism and a formal education in literature, Bruno’s work displays a stringent visual sense and keen eye for detail."
In addition to his independent editorial work, which has appeared in Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia, 032c, Arena Homme + and Self Service , the stylist held the role of contributing fashion editor at Man About Town, under art directors M/M (Paris) and reported on the shows for V Man. Commercial clients include J.W. Anderson, with whom he has worked on distinctive ad campaigns and forged a modern aesthetic that still adheres to Anderson’s established gender-bending look.
He has also worked with Lanvin, Loewe, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci , Yves Saint Laurent , Chanel, Celine and Max Mara with various photographers including Steven Meisel , Patrick Demarchelier , Peter Lindbergh and Mikael Jansson. His styling work can also be seen on runway shows for Dior, J.W. Anderson and Lanvin.