Former Priestley student Danyul Brown has taken the fashion industry by storm styling his sixth Vogue cover in less than two years.
Danyul recently worked with ‘Emily in Paris’ star Ashley Park, styling her for a Vogue Hong Kong cover; an achievement he hopes will inspire others.
“I think the last time I spoke with Priestley I had just done my first Vogue cover,” he said. “So, this is a big achievement for me and one I am very proud of.”
The former Halton High student now lives in Los Angeles and has also styled stars for high-profile events such as the Met Gala in New York.
Danyul works a lot with Hunter Doohan and Lucien Laviscount – stars of the hit Netflix shows ‘Wednesday’ and ‘Emily in Paris’.
“We collaborate in such creative ways to create conversation and a stir in the fashion industry and it’s always great when a client is as collaborative as they are,” said Danyul.
During his time at Priestley College, Danyul studied Media Studies, Fine Art, Graphic Design and Business Studies, which enabled him to start his career at Alexander McQueen where he gained industry experience.
Danyul said: “Priestley played a huge part in pushing me to be the best version of myself and to believe that anything is possible!”
Now he is looking to inspire the next generation to also believe that anything is possible if you put the work in and truly want it.
“Gain as much industry experience as you can and use what you learn and run with it,” he said.