Charlie Casley-Hayford is a London based, menswear designer and founder of Casley-Hayford, alongside his father. Hayford studied history of art at the Courtauld Institute before working with his father on their luxury menswear label. He currently works between London and Tokyo, and the brand's international stockists include Dover Street Market and Barneys. In 2010, he was also made the global face of Converse in their 50th anniversary advertising campaign. He was also in Esquire's '75 Young Talents Shaping 2010' list, and featured in i-D as part of their 100 most important fashion portraits, which was shot by Nick Knight.