New York-born Edward Bowleg’s approach to styling developed from his love of storytelling. His interest in fashion and styling began at a very young age and was advanced while living between New York and Europe while working for industry icons Beat Bolliger and Joe McKenna.
Starting from his collaborations with a diverse set of young creatives, he has since built a portfolio of individualistic expressions of modern femininity, masculinity, and everything in-between, leading him to work with key talent in today's fashion and pop culture landscape.
He has worked with photographers like Mario Sorrenti, Norman Jean Roy, Daniel Jackson, Jeremy Everett, and Philip-Daniel Ducasse. His work has been featured in American Vogue, Harper's Bazaar US, D La Reppublica, I-D, WSJ Magazine, Vogue China, and Arena Homme +, while his clients include brands Hermés, Valentino, Marc Jacobs, Estée Lauder, Helmut Lang, Prabal Gurung, and Clinique.
He has worked with entertainers and athletes like Doja Cat, Anitta, Tom Brady, Ryan Reynolds, Ben Affleck, Damson Idris, amongst others.
Edward is based between New York and Paris.