Steven Stokey-Daley is the London-based menswear designer behind S.S. Daley, a line inspired by the traditional looks of Britain’s upper crust. His unique take on menswear and strong direct-to-consumer business have helped him become the designer of choice for stars like Harry Styles .
Stokey-Daley worked on the menswear teams at Alexander McQueen and Tom Ford before graduating with a BA from the Westminster Fashion Design in London in 2020. Ever since stylist Harry Lambert put Stokey-Daley’s graduation looks on Harry Styles for his “Golden” music video, the singer is regularly in S.S. Daley looks — including for his Harry’s House tour and in a June 2022 feature in Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Defined by dramatic silhouettes and intimate attention to detail, the designer’s work shows at London Fashion Week and is stocked in retailers including MatchesFashion, Ssense, Dover Street Market and 10 Corso Como. For his second collection, he staged an evocative production with artistic director Paul Roseby, which used the moment to explorerace, sex and gender.
Stokey-Daley was the recipient of the LVMH Prize in 2022.