Stylist and Art Director Quentin Fears started his fashion career in the infamous tents of New York's Fashion Week. With a childhood dream of becoming a fashion host and a hand held video camera, he documented his experiences while quickly building an impressive roster of interviewees that includes Tommy and Ally Hilfiger, Rachel Zoe, Sean Lennon and more. This on-camera work set the course for an exciting and beloved career in fashion.
Creating his own Fashion Week docuseries led to his New York City based street style fashion blog featuring the ranging candid looks of Williamsburg hipsters to the downtown Tribeca chic.
Quentin went on to be a part of the developmental creative team for Ladygunn Magazine, a new life and style publication. During this time he honed his skills as a Stylist and Art Director.
Quentin is now the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Fop Magazine (a Fashion and Lifestyle publication) and the Senior Stylist of Glitter Magazine (the national teen fashion publication). He is also a Finalist and Runner-up in Glamour Magazine's styling competition series, Dress to Kill (hosted by Whitney Port). Quentin has work with brands such as Buffalo Jeans David Button, Almost Famous Clothing. Editorial work with Ladygunn, Glitter, Stylnk, Visionarios, XO, and Glamoholic. Celebrity work with Norman Reedus, Caroline Sunshine, Riley Smith, Coco and Breezy, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Luke Rathborne, Lia Ices, and Dave Melillo.