Jason Campbell (JC)
He assisted in launching Alexander McQueen and Antonio Berardi in the U.S. market in 1994 as an account executive at In The Mix Public Relations firm. In 1995, Jason started penning his succinct and provocative commentary for the very first online fashion magazine Fashion Internet.
As a model agent at the nexus of the fashion world, Jason co-founded Mega Model Management and broke the careers of Bonnie Sommerville and Michelle Harper and worked with such majors as Paul West and Naomi Campbell.
In 1999, Jason became the founder, creative director and Chief Merchandising Officer of Netsetgoods.com, the very first lifestyle retail site (now Flavorpill.net), and was one of the founding contributing editors to Surface magazine.
Jason founded JCREPORT in 2002, discovering talents from Riccardo Tisci to Nicholas Kirkwood, Sophie Theallet to Carol Christain Poell and crafting provocative pieces on everything from the Death of Trends to the eco-style movement.
With more than fifteen years at the forefront of emerging fashion and technology trends, Jason has consulted to brands from AMEX to The Limited, Piazza Sempione to the NFL, is called on frequently by international media outlets from NPR to The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal to the International Herald Tribune, CNN to FOX, Star Network (India/Asia) to the BBC1, Fashion Suchin (Japan) to Canal TV (Argentina), for his prescient quotes and commentary, and sizzling on-camera personality. He styles the who’s who of Hollywood elite, including clients like Kathy Freston (Vanity Fair’s Best Dressed 2009) and Wendi Murdoch, frequently sited in Vogue magazine and Vogue.com as best dressed.
Tapped as the New York on-camera correspondent for Premiere Premiere, France’s number one fashion TV show in 2007, Jason has also served as a contributing writer for Style.com, New York Times Magazine, Net-a-porter, American Express Centurion, Gatsby, Surface, West East, Sportswear International, and Blue Mode magazines.
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