Charlie Casely-Hayford is a London born designer and the son of the designer Joe Casely-Hayford OBE. Educated at Harrow School and Central Saint Martins, Charlie set up the international menswear brand Casely-Hayford with his father. Since launching the brand, Charlie has modelled for publications including AnOther Man, i-D, Dazed & Confused, Man About Town, British Vogue, W, Tatler and the Sunday Times Style and fronted campaigns for brands including Romeo Gigli and Doc Martens. Charlie was selected as one of the 200 portraits shot by Nick Knight for i-D’s fashion faces of the future issue. A favourite of GQ's "best dressed men in Britain" he has also been deemed by Esquire as a “Brilliant Brit” for his contribution as a young talent in the fashion industry.