Malan Breton, The Brand, Has been called “The Most Influential Designer You've Never Heard Of” by British Vogue, is InStyle Magazine’s eighth most-tweeted fashion brand for 2017. Malan Breton is known as "The Internet’s Fave Designer" (Yahoo News), "one of New York City’s most celebrated designers of the past decade" (Amsterdam News) and one of the Top three designers to come out of Taiwan. In 2019 Malan Breton was invited to present a collection of fashion to Her Majesty The Queens cousin HRH Prince Edward the Duke of Kent, for his 84th Birthday gala, held in London. This was the Dukes first ever fashion show...
Malan Breton, The Designer, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, became the first designer to become a part of the cryptocurrency phenomenon, opening the first blockchain-based, online, retail shop in fashion, in partnership with Tokenly and SohoMuse. His collections of clothing, fine jewelry, bridal and accessories for both men and women, can be found at department stores and specialty boutiques around the globe. Breton is also known as a master of the made-to-measure suit. Malan has a steadfast global following of businessmen, career women, celebrities, politicians and Royals and is known in the UK as “The Master of the Women’s Suit.” In 2020 Malan Breton launched a career in Music, and charted top ten in Europe with his single “Something Stupid” a duet with Emergency Tiara.
Malan Breton, Ambassador, Holding two honorary Ambassadorships, Malan Breton is currently An Ambassador for the Arts (Fashion) for the Parliamentary Society, at UK Parliament. He is also Ambassador to Taiwan to the office of Tourism.
Malan Breton® is the recipient of the 2016 FGI Rising Star Award in Menswear, the 2015 European Fashion Council’s Eirene Award and the 2015 and 2016 Taiwan Tourism Award for contributions in fashion and media. In 2011, Malan Breton® and NBC Universal were nominated for the WGSN Global Fashion Award for Outstanding Collaboration. As the Founder, Malan Breton is also the recipient of the 2015 NYIFF Award for Best Documentary Short, for his work as a director on the biographical fashion film, Malan Breton - A Journey to Taiwan.
Malan Breton® Collections have been called "Beautifully executed" (WWD), "Sleek" (W Magazine), "Classic" (NY Daily News), "Glamorous" (Cosmopolitan), "Perfectly tailored" (CBS News), "Sleek and Slim" (Esquire), "Sharply tailored" (LA Times) , "Red Carpet Ready!" (Maria Menounos for ELLE TV) and "Breton is self-taught and never went to design school. Talk about raw talent!" (NY Daily News). Malan has dressed the world's top entertainers, royalty and sports figures including Billy Porter, Lorde, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ariana Grande, Janelle Monae, Priyanka Chopra, Kate Katzman, Bretman Rock, Nathanya Alexander, Julianne Hough, Barbara Palvin, Meagan Good, Hayley Kiyoko, Quincy, Jordan Claire Robbins, Nikki Minaj, Bebe Rexha, Little Mix, Darren Criss, Paris Hilton, Fan Bing Bing, George Takei, Martha Plimpton, Kerry Washington, Michael Bublé, Minnie Driver, Kylie Minogue, Ricki Lake, BTS, Daniel Craig, Celine Dion, Jody Watley, Apollonia Kotero, Hannah John Kamen, Vivica A. Fox, Jessica Pimentel, Keith Carradine, Scarlett Johansson, Bonang Matheba, Kiera Chaplin, Emmett Scanlan, Gavin Creel, Katrina Bowden, Frankie Grande, Danny Burstein, Kathy Lee Gifford, Desmond Child, Florida Georgia Line, Paul Wesley, Baayork Lee, Paula Abdul, Ana Ivanovic, Nene Leakes, Titus Burgess, Law Roach, Nate Burleson, Sam Pinkleton, Fleur East, Jade Thirlwall, Omar Sharif Jr., Camille Grammer, Lea Salonga, Telly Leung, Bryan Batt, Lana Del Rey, Mara Wilson, Jerry Mitchell, Kristine W, Lena Hall, Orfeh, Sherri Saum, Dolores "LaLa" Brooks, Nina Arianda, Michelle Krusiec, Nikki Blonsky, Nadine Coyle, Laura Wright, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, Maye Musk, Soo Joo Park, Guy Fieri, Irina Pantaeva, Andreja Pejić, Ubah Hassan, Nykhor Paul, Sonja Morgan, Nell Hudson, Justin Guarini, Myleene Klass, Lilla Crawford, Sherie Rene Scott among others. The collection has been featured on the covers of over 200 magazines and publications worldwide and in thousands of publications globally.
Malan Breton® Design Partnerships are vast and have included Taiwan, Rado Switzerland, Joico, LALIQUE, Batiste, SWAROVSKI, Warner Reprise, 20t h Century Fox, Fancy Feast, NBC, Pepsi, Nintendo, Xbox 360, the Estate of Marilyn Monroe, Jewelry TV, The Smithsonian Museum, Princeton University, NYC Ballet, NY1, MTV, Bravo TV’s “Shop by Bravo,” Brother and Singer Sewing Machines.
Malan Breton® The Brand was featured on its founder’s show, "The Malan Show," a six-part series following the process of making it in America as an independent designer featured on Bravo Television, Arena, and Hulu, “The Voice UK,” The Tony Awards, The American Music Awards, the Olivier Awards, “Breaking Bad,” the BET Awards, CBS’ “Quantico,” DOVE Soap’s beauty campaign, “Ru Paul’s Drag Race,” MTV's “America's Best Dance Crew,” Australia's “Next Top Model,” China's “Next Top Model,” Lifetime Network, MTV's VMA Awards, the “Superbowl Half-Time Show for Pepsi,” NBC's “Minute to Win It and “The Today Show,” to name a few.
Malan Breton, The Performer, Discovered as a model in the 1990’s Breton modeled for the top fashion photographers in the world. Breton has appeared globally on TV, Stage, and in film. He has been featured on “Project Runway”, “Americas Next Top Model”, “China’s Next Top Model” , “Australia’s Next Top Model”, “The Real Housewives of NYC”, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”, “MTV’s Detox”, and his own TV show featured on the Bravo network called “The Malan Show”. As a danseur Breton has danced with Paula Abdul, Missy Elliot, Puffy Combs, Anne Reinking, and many others. As a performer since the age of seven, Breton has appeared in productions globally, even lending his name for charity to Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids, “Easter Bonnet”. His voice can be heard in campaigns for Sothebys, Banana Republic, ABC, and he was the Voice of ESPN’s Xtreme sports. He has appeared as a commentator for “MTV News”, “E News”, “NBC’s The Today Show”, “Fox Morning Show”, “CBS morning show”, and “OK! Magazine” where he had his own column ‘ Malan’s Musings’. He is also an award winning film director, and has produced shows for TV, film, and theatre. In 2017 Breton’s theatrical piece “Everywhere at the end of time” was performed at Madison Square Garden to a sold out audience. As an actor Breton last appeared opposite “Academy Award” winner Celeste Holm, In a film called “College Debts”, Fun fact Malan Breton was one of the models in the 2001 film “Zoolander”.
Malan Breton, Costume Designer, has designed the costumes for network televised shows, including the Tony Awards, American Music Awards, RuPauls Drag Race, The Olivier Awards, Breaking Bad, ABC’s Quantico for Priyank Chopra, and NBC only Prime time Game show “Minute to Win It.
Malan Breton, Director, as a director Malan Breton has directed the Billboard number one video to “Stars” by Kristine W, He is also an award winning film director for the movie “Malan Breton a Journey to Taiwan” from the NYIFF, a film was in contingency for the 2016 Academy Award. He has also wrote, directed, and costumed the fashion theatre piece “Everywhere at the End of Time” that sold out the Theatre at Madison Square Garden.
Malan Breton, Columnist, as a columnist Malan is one of the most noted NY columnists in America ranking in the top columnists of the world by Wikipedia. His Weekly column in OK! Magazine, Malan’s Musings had over 10 million weekly readers.