Nick Wooster has a resume that reads like a roll call of top American fashion brands. Nick’s illustrious tenure in the menswear space has spanned over 30 years with jobs at Calvin Klein, Barney’s New York, Ralph Lauren, Bergdorf Goodman, and Neiman Marcus, where he held the position of Men’s Fashion Director.
Most recently, Nick has been consulting for a handful of global fashion brands while continuing to cultivate an enviable digital presence and a vast network of followers on social media. A true fashion authority, Nick continues to push boundaries through his work and distinctive personal style.
Currently the Style Editor at At Large Magazine and Creative Director of luxury Italian sportswear brand, Paul & Shark, Nick also recently collaborated with Italian-crafted Brooklyn-based brand GREATS. Exclusive to famed American retailer, Nordstrom, the duo released a capsule collection of 8 unique styles and new silhouettes pairing Nick’s classic understanding of menswear with modern sensibilities.
Nick Wooster serves as the Creative Director of Paul & Shark, telling the Italian brand’s story through the eyes of the eclectic American designer. The collaboration between Paul & Shark and Nick Wooster originated from the desire to increase the brand’s influence among a more fashion-conscious clientele, having Nick make the brand’s iconic products unmistakably his own.
Texas-based luxury retailer Forty Five Ten tapped menswear style icon Nick Wooster as its men’s fashion and creative director. The announcement coincided with the retailer’s new 37,000-square-foot lifestyle emporium, Forty Five Ten on Main in Dallas, Texas. The brand also recently open spaces in famed Hudson Yards, New York.
“I obviously have many bosses, in a way, but the idea is that rather than being held down by one discipline, or one silo, I can just do what I want. I’m not just a designer, I’m not just a retailer, I’m not just a street style person, whatever that is, I can instead do a little bit of everything.”
Nick collaborated with Italian-crafted, Brooklyn-based brand, GREATS. Exclusive to famed American retailer, Nordstrom, the duo released a capsule collection of 18 unique styles and 2 new silhouettes pairing Nick’s classic understanding of menswear with modern sensibilities.
Nick Wooster collaborated with the Italian luggage brand Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano on a new capsule collection presented at Pitti Uomo in 2019.
L.A.-based menswear brand Five Four, which has worked with Chris Paul, Robert Geller, Mark McNairy and Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi, teamed with Nick Wooster to create a capsule collection available exclusively on Five Four’s e-commerce site and subscription service. Inspired by Los Angeles, the collection featured reversible jackets with reflective fabric, leopard print sweaters, plaid bomber jackets, and frayed jeans.
Garrett Leight teamed up with Wooster on a special-edition collection of sunglasses. The Nick Wooster x Garrett Leight collaboration utilizes the Arthur Miller inspired harding shape and updates it with Wooster’s unique personal style in four unique color ways; Horn, Military, Rose, and Sunshine. The frame features lightly tinted flat base lenses in blue, green, pink, and yellow with a hidden breath logo of Wooster’s silhouette that is briefly revealed when fogged.
Nick Wooster and Lardini collaborated together to address what Nick believes to be the three types of style-conscious man: one who opts for traditional tailoring, one who opts for obscure, flair-driven tailoring, and one who opts out of tailoring altogether. The three types were represented by a collection that pulled together blazers, sleeveless jackets and nicely-weighted trousers in a variety of styles – so that wearers could style themselves accordingly. Naturally, the pieces were built with the finest tweeds, suedes and oxford cloths from around the world, sourced courtesy of Lardini’s expertise.
"Positioned in the burgeoning no-man’s-land somewhere between ‘creative,’ ‘style icon’ and ‘design consultant,’ Nick Wooster is the instantly recognizable man-about-town. A multi-disciplinarian and key figure in the new, social-media driven menswear industry, Wooster has cast his trademark reflective lenses over collaborations with the leading luxury brands."
Nick Wooster collaborated with Kiehl’s Age Defender range of products designed specifically for men. In the film camapigns, Nick Wooster provides his 3 top travel tips on what to pack, how, and advice for staying fresh while traveling.
In an exclusive collaboration with Lane Crawford, Nick Wooster curated a unique in-store space, hand-selecting his must-have pieces for Autumn / Winter 2015 for the launch of Wooster x Lardini’s new seasonal collection.
Nick Wooster joined forces with Grenson, one of the world’s most revered bootmakers, on a range of remixed classics exclusive to Selfridges, including checkerboard Oxfords and big-soled brogues. Nick applied elements of his signature style to six of Grenson’s traditional designs to create a forward-thinking, fashion-lead capsule collection.
March 2015, renowned jeweller company Tiffany & Co. announced their partnership with Wooster as he debuted the Tiffany CT60 Calendar Watch.
Nick Wooster collaborated with Cadillac on a capsule collection for Gilt. Select pieces from the Fall / Winter 2015 brand collections featured during Fashion Week were brought together for a smart seasonal showcase, personally curated and styled by Nick. The lineup, including labels David Hart, Gents and J. Lindeberg, featured everything from suiting and bomber jackets to hats.
"Getting dressed, for me, is like a window to my soul."
Often described as a Street Style God, his heavily tattooed arms, badass swagger and urban luxe vibe make him a serial collaborator with the world’s leading fashion brands, and a favorite with editors and critics alike.
He’s been described as a “One-Man Brand” and is an inspiration to stylish men across the world. Nick Wooster wins International Man Award at the GQ Style & Culture Awards 2019.
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