Adam Andrascik is a Pittsburgh-born, London-based designer. He graduated from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology in 2006 and mastered in fashion design at London’s Central Saint Martins under the iconic Louise Wilson in 2010.
Andrascik has assisted and freelanced for an array of labels including Gucci, Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren, Jonathan Saunders and Richard Nicoll – allowing him to build a signature style synonymous with sexy but always elegant, sculptural and somber.
In 2011, he injected his masterful savoir-faire into an eponymous label, which was showcased at Selfridges London, under their Bright Young Things Inititiative.
His work has been hailed by the likes of Style.com, Pop, Dazed&Confused. Susie Bubble of the blog Style Bubble described him as “a designer that has laser sharp focus honed into (his) work”.
Writer Alex Fury said of a past collection, “it has roots in Margiela-esque deconstruction and even deeper in the thirties work of Schiaparelli but is strong and graphic”.
Today, he has joined the Guy Laroche house as the creative director.