Bradley Bayou is a multidisciplinary designer whose career spans fashion, fine art, and interiors. Since establishing Bradley Bayou Design in 2010, an interior design and development firm based in Los Angeles and New York City, he has developed a portfolio that has garnered acclaim from publications including Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Elle Décor, and Dwell.
Bradley helmed his eponymous couture line for over a decade — dressing everyone from Oprah Winfrey and Geena Davis to Beyoncé and Anne Hathaway. Due to the success of his own line, he was appointed as the creative director of Halston to revive the brand. After leaving Halston, he launched his ready-to-wear line with QVC and wrote the best-selling The Science of Sexy. He has collaborated with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Richard Meier, Angelo Donghia, and Architectonica.
In interior design, Bradley’s diverse talents crystallize into unforgettable spaces. Every property and client that comes to Bradley Bayou Design is given exacting attention and care. Since its formation the firm received national accolades and continues to hone its luxurious world aesthetic.
Bradley was born in Texas and is a graduate of the Phillips Andover Academy, University of Texas and Southern Methodist University. He later studied at the Skowhegan and Corcoran schools of painting and sculpture.