Dan Thawley

Dan Thawley is an Australian journalist and editor.

He became editor in chief of the Paris-based fashion title A Magazine Curated By in 2010, and has created issues in collaboration with prestigious designers including Giambattista Valli, Rodarte, Stephen Jones, Iris van Herpen, Delfina Delettrez, Thom Browne, Alessandro Michele, and Eckhaus Latta.

In 2017 he was named Paris Editor of Vogue Italia, under the new editorship of Emanuele Farneti and Creative Director Giovanni Bianco.

A wider interest in the arts and discovering young talent has led to freelance contributions for international cultural titles including American Vogue, Business of Fashion, L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue Australia, Vogue Italia, Vogue Hommes, Document Journal, POP, Arena Homme +, AnOther, The Australian Financial Review, T Magazine The New York Times, Wallpaper* and the Wall Street Journal.

Continuing his role at A Magazine Curated By, Thawley consults with both emerging designers and established houses on creative content and editorial projects. Past and present clients include Ann Demeulemeester, Chloé, Dior Homme, Fendi, Givenchy, Hermès, Maison Margiela, Peter Pilotto, Sies Marjan, The Row, and Vetements.

In 2016, Thawley authored ‘Radical Renaissance’, a 204-page tome published by Assouline NYC tracing the decade long evolution of Renzo Rosso’s Only the Brave, the parent company to Diesel, Maison Margiela, Marni, and Viktor & Rolf.

In 2017, Gucci commissioned Thawley to curate a suite of exhibitions surrounding the launch of A Magazine Curated By Alessandro Michele which took place at Art Basel Hong Kong, in Beijing, and Taipei in March – May 2017.

He currently resides in Paris, France.