Malan has dressed A- list stars like Keith Carradine, Scarlett Johansson, Kerry Washington, Michael Buble’, Martha Plimpton, Minnie Driver, Kylie Minogue, Ariana Grande, Ricki Lake, Daniel Craig, Nikki Blonsky, Katrina Bowden, Kathy Lee Gifford, Desmond Child, and Nolan Gerard – Funk and many others.
Breton’s fashions have noted mentions on the Oscars, Grammy’s, Cannes, Golden Horse and most recently he was privileged to dress 2013 TONY awards winner Jerry Mitchell (“Kinky Boots”) for his Tony award night. Known for designing the look of NBC’s number one rated game show “Minute to Win It” for which Breton was nominated for a 2011 WGSN Global Fashion Awards. Breton has also lent his expertise in the industry to Project Runway, Australia’s Next Top Model, The Today Show, Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt, Princeton University, Dallas Morning News, Bravo TV, MTV’s Music Awards, CBS News and countless other press, media, and educational channels.
In 2011 Malan Breton became the first designer in the history of fashion whose designs were part of a packaging deal with Nintendo Wii systems and ZOO for the video game Minute to Win It.
Breton also wrote a syndicated, celebrity fashion column in OK! Magazine titled “Malan’s Musings” and his fashion coverage of the British royal wedding received 10.8 million unique views and coverage in over 100 publications.
Breton was the subject of a six part series on Bravo TV titled “The Malan Show” “A six part series following the process of making it in America as an independent designer!” – The New York Post Page Six. Breton, a veteran of the ballet, finds the importance of promoting the arts. His signature fashion shows have featured dancers from The Royal Ballet, NYC Ballet, The SA Dance Company, and partnerships with musicians like Michael Bubble’, Warner Reprise, Ariana Grande, 20th Century Fox, The Chelsea Symphony, and others.
He has also acted as a producer, and actor in film, TV, and was the voice of ESPN’s Extreme Sports. Recently Breton starred opposite Academy Award winner Celeste Holm in her final film “College Debts”.
The designer has a vast Twitter following with over 500,000 followers.
“The glamour of his clothes created a look of beauty” VOGUE
“Beautifully executed”, WWD
“Classic”, NY DAILY NEWS
“Perfectly tailored”, CBS NEWS
“From gorgeous dresses, skirts and menswear, Breton clearly knows how to design with a woman’s body in mind!”, CNN
As a designer “Breton is self taught and never went to design school. Talk about raw talent!”, NY DAILY NEWS
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