Making her indelible mark on the fashion world at age 22, Brylie Fowler’s first foray in fashion saw her styling a shoot in New York for luminary photographer Patrick Demarchelier. Following the completion of her studies, Canadian-born Fowler relocated to Paris, becoming Junior Fashion Editor at renowned Parisian fashion title Citizen K. Moving to London soon after, she contributed to Harper’s Bazaar UK and The Sunday Times Style Magazine, while also founding London style-bible, PLASTIQUE Magazine. Utilising her passion and talent for both creative direction and art direction, as Editor-in-Chief of PLASTIQUE, Fowler saw the award-winning title rapidly become an international critical success, selling 45,000 copies throughout 33 countries worldwide. 

Alongside PLASTIQUE, Fowler has consulted for luxury clients including Diesel, Aquascutum, Harry Winston, Chanel and Cartier. 

Currently residing in New York City, Fowler creative consulted for US based, high-end denim brand, Citizens of Humanity, and China's luxury brands CoLove, Ellassay, Eifini and Hobbema, while regularly contributing to international ad campaigns and fashion magazines including W Magazine and Vogue.