Bradley Bayou is an internationally acclaimed designer whose illustrious career has spanned three decades in the fashion, entertainment, fine art, and interior design industries.
Through his eponymous firm, Bayou’s interior design and development projects can be found across the country from California to New York, in Beverly Hills, and Hollywood Hills, as well as in Manhattan at the Walker Tower penthouse, and the corporate headquarters of The William Morris Endeavor Agency. Bradley’s collaborations include work with prestigious cultural institutions like the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as with architects and designers including Richard Meier, Angelo Donghia and Architectonica.
Prior to establishing Bradley Bayou Design, Bradley was known worldwide as a leading fashion designer. He served as the Creative Director for Halston, to oversee its resurrection. He is a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, and is perhaps best known for his couture line, which has graced the figures of Hollywood’s elite, including Oprah Winfrey, Anne Hathaway, Halle Berry, Kerry Washington, Taraji P. Henson, and Beyoncé. Eager to bring his signature red carpet glamour to the masses, Bradley launched Bradley by Bradley Bayou with QVC and penned the best-selling book, The Science of Sexy, which has been reprinted in six languages.
Bradley has been a featured guest on many television programs including The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, TheView, CBS Early Show, Entertainment Tonight, and Extra. Bradley and his projects have also been featured in Architectural Digest, Traditional Home, House Beautiful, The Hollywood Reporter, Interiors California, Luxury Magazine, and California Home + Design, among many others. He served as executive producer and host for Lifetime’s show, Operation Style, where he tackled home renovations and makeovers.
A Texas native, Bradley is a graduate of Phillips Andover Academy, the University of Texas and Southern Methodist University. He has also studied at the Skowenhgan and Corcoran schools of painting and sculpture, pursuing his life-long passion for fine art. His work has been featured in galleries nationwide.