Paul Sinclaire

Paul Sinclaire is one of the foremost trendsetters and visionaries, shaping the American and European fashion industries from the late 20th through 21st century.

His origins within the fashion community began with one of the foremost thought-provoking publications of American fashion, Vogue, before developing Mirabella, alongside Grace Mirabella, a former Vogue editor in chief, in partnership with business magnate, Rupert Murdoch. Following which, Sinclaire transcended the Atlantic with his tastes as an editor for Condé Nast Italia; creating new shapes and silhouettes in the pages of L’Uomo Vogue and Vogue Italia, leading to a broader portfolio of provocative publications such as Numéro and Arena HOMME +, working with some of the finest photographers from Ellen von Unwerth, Paolo Roversi, and Steven Klein.

Producing predominant looks on both sides of the Atlantic and inspiring a new generation of creatives, Sinclaire said statements have additionally led him to step outside of styling editorials to shaping retailers with his strong aesthetical sense.