Nolan Bryant is a style writer, society columnist at The Globe and Mail and a collector and independent curator of 20th century and contemporary fashion. Informed by his understanding of the past, Nolan applies a modern spin to fashion/life/culture reporting, and covers them from an insider’s perspective. For Nolan, social gatherings are his theatre - a performance he can watch time and time again. Nolan was a consulting curator for Fashion Blows, an exhibition within Hudson’s Bay that featured the wardrobe of the late fashion visionary Isabella Blow. 

Nolan resides in Toronto. 


The Globe and Mail | nbryant@globeandmail.com

Freelance writing, speaking engagements and curation | nolan@nolanbryant.com