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"One of the most versatile names in the fashion scene, known for his work as an actor, film director, costume designer, columnist, musician and model. " British Fashion Council - LFW 

Noted as "The Most Influential Designer You've Never Heard Of" by British Vogue.

"Master of the made-to-measure suit" -Fashion United 

"With this digital fashion show, the future is now." -NY1

"The Internets Favourite Designer" by -Yahoo News

"Ethereal and a bit goth" -WWD

"Sharply tailored suits are Breton's forte, and testament to his training at British heritage brand ..." -LA Times,

"Sleek" -W Magazine,

"Sleek and Slim" -Esquire

"Pants You Can Sleep In" -NY Times

"Red Carpet Ready!" -Maria Menounos/ELLE

"Malan Breton has traveled an impressive path from his beginnings in the entertainment industry to creating one of the most successful self-made eponymous fashion brands on the scene." -Design Scene

Malan Breton has dressed icons such as the British Fashion Counsel’s “Ambassador for Positive Change” Priyanka Chopra, Fan Bing Bing, Janelle Monae, Saweetie, Kylie Minogue, Billy Porter, and Little Mix to name a few...

With origins from Taipei, Taiwan, Malan Breton was trained under the Royal warrant by Savile Row tailors, and a French/American Couturier whose collection started at Paquin, and Charles James. This training explains his attention to every detail. Malan Breton was the first design house to create for primetime TV, when 14 million viewers a week watched the NBC game show "Minute to Win it". Malan Breton is one of the first designer houses to digitize fashion into Ai and VR, and to join the metaverse with photosynthesised models in 3d. This is apparent int the multi- award winning Spring/Summer 2021 fashion show "Immortal" by DNABLOCK Ai. Malan Breton collections have been featured on “Australia's Next Top Model”, “Project Runway”, “Americas Next Top Model”, “Rob and Romesh vs Fashion”, “The Real Housewives of New York”, “MTV VMA’s”, the designers own show on Bravo/NBC Universal called “The Malan Show”, and special feature episodes of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” where Malan Breton New York Fashion Week shows, were the featured storyline of the show. Malan Breton has created specialty costumes, or provided wardrobe for the “Tony Awards”, The “American Music Awards”, “The Voice UK”, “The Olivier Awards”, “WWE”, “Quantico”, “Rupaul’s Drag Race” The “Golden Globes”, and the “MTV VMA’s”. The designer 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 the designers column "Malan's Musings" had over ten million weekly readers."

In 2021 Malan Breton partnered with GOOGLE to be the first fashion designer to participate in the GOOGLE Cameos program. 

Malan Breton, the designer, has also served as a fashion mentor to the Smithsonian Museum, and Cooper Hewitt Museum. Malan Breton the designer has also presented awards to The Winchester School of Art fashion program, and has lectured at FIT, Princeton University, Pratt, Parsons University, Shih Chien University,  and many universities around the world.

Malan Breton Collections have been featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Museum at FIT, MOMA, and others.

Malan Breton has been awarded the 2022 UK S.A.L. "British Fashion Designer of the Year" Award, 2022 British Bulgarian Business Association Honour for fashion design, 2016 FGI Rising Star Award (Menswear), the 2015, 2016, and 2017 Taiwan Tourism Award for contributions to film, fashion, and the arts industry. The 2014 European Fashion Council Award for, Most promising global brand. Malan Breton, the designer, is also an award winning film director winning the 2021 London Fashion Film Festival award for best 2d/ 3d Animated fashion film “Immortal” (SS2021 Collection), and the NYCIFF award for the biopic “Malan Breton - A Journey to Taiwan”. Malan Breton, the designer, has also directed the seventeenth Billboard magazine number one music video for Kristine W,  ́ ́Stars ̈.

Malan Breton, the designer, has been appointed UK Ambassador of the Arts (fashion), and Goodwill Ambassador to Republic of China, Taiwan (Office of Tourism). For his efforts in philanthropy, and fashion technology Breton received four honours during Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II , 70th Jubilee in 2022. 

Breton also designed the government work wardrobe, and stationary, for the Taiwan Tourism Bureau

Breton is also a top ten charting pop singer, for the single “Something Stupid”.

In 2019 Malan Breton was invited to present a collection of fashion to HRH Prince Edward the Duke of Kent, for the Duke's 84th Birthday Celebration in partnership with the Parliamentary Society for Arts, Fashion, and Sports.

Malan Breton devotes much of their efforts to education, and philanthropy.

​"Wherever you go, shine..."


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