RANDY SMITH, DA and fashion stylist

Randy's great fashion career spans more than 30 years in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Montreal and Toronto. In his early days, he stood out with his visual presentations for Les Magasins Eaton. In 1989, he was appointed artistic director for the new publication of the time, Elle Quebec, where he becomes an influencer of trends. This experience gives him the pulse of the market and helps shape his vibrant career as a stylist and artistic director.

Randy then spent 16 years in the United States expanding his exclusive network of clients for major commercial chains like Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdales. He has been stylist for rock music icon David Bowie, pop music phenomenon Justin Timberlake and movie star Sandra Bullock in addition to appearing on the famous American television show "The View". . He was also a consultant for the Philippe Dubuc men's collection launched at the Louvres Museum in Paris.

In 2006, Randy returned to Canada, his native country, and quickly gained a VIP clientele with stars and exclusive clients in Montreal. In 2008, he joined the marketing team for Maison Simons and became their director of photography. To execute his vision, he conceptualizes online and in-store visual merchandise plans and trains professional creative teams with photographers, models, and hair and makeup stylists. He was also a stylist at Simons for the Twik and Djab brands and for the chic men's clothing department. After two years of professional success with Simons, Randy returned to freelance work and moved to Toronto.

Most recently, Randy was Artistic Director and Stylist at Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, Simons, Hudson's Bay Company, Sears and has worked with celebrities Daniel Radcliffe, Sir Ben Kingsley and Mia Martina, among others, during his performance for MMVA in 2015. and for the video for his popular song “Beast”. Randy is also behind the recent “Fashion Santa's stylish makeover” phenomenon. We can currently see Randy's artistic creations in magazines Dress to kill et Wink where he is currently artistic director.