Julian Ganio is a London based fashion stylist, artistic director and design consultant, currently working with Fendi, Solid Homme, Paul Smith and Edward Crutchley.
Julian is contributing editor at The Financial Times How To Spend It Magazine, and contributes to fashion magazines -
An0ther, Arena Homme +, Buffalo Zine, Chaos 69, Dazed, The Face, Fantastic Man, GQ Style, i-D, Interview, More or Less, Purple, Replica, W, and Wall Street Journal alongside photographers including Alasdair McLellan, Juergen Teller, David Sims, Martin Parr, Nick Knight and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Other photographers that Julian has also collaborated with include -
Brett Lloyd, Bruno Staub, Collier Schorr, Dan Tobin Smith, David Bailey, Ethan James Green, Gregory Harris, Johnny Dufort, Josh Hight, Kuba Ryniewicz, Laurence Ellis, Letty Schmiterlow, Luca Guadagnino, Mark Peckmezian, Oliver Hadlee Pearch, Paul Wetherell, Robi Rodriguez and Walter Pfeiffer.
Julian has recently worked with -
A.P.C., Adidas x White Mountaineering, Barney’s New York, Brioni, Burberry, COS, Corneliani, Craig Green, Disney, Dover Street Market, Dunhill, Fila, Frédéric Malle, Hermes, Hugo Boss, Julien David, Karl Lagerfeld, Katharine Hamnett, Kenzo, Louis W, MCM, Nike, Noah NYC, Opening Ceremony, Pink, Polo Ralph Lauren, Pringle of Scotland, Rimowa. Selfridges, Stella McCartney, Soulland, Sportmax, Sunspel, Tanner Krolle, Tommy Hilfiger, Topman and William & Son.
As well as collaborating on projects with artists Gilbert & George, John Booth, Nico Vascellari, Sue Tilley, Hey Reilly and Noel Fielding.
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