Charlie Casely-Hayford is a menswear designer based in London. He founded international menswear brand Casely-Hayford at the age of 22 with his father, the acclaimed British fashion designer Joe Casely-Hayford OBE.
After leaving Harrow school, while studying at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, Charlie was approached by the popular Japanese menswear title Men’s Non-No  to document his personal style in a street-style feature, which appeared on a monthly basis over a three-year period. He began working with other Japanese publications and went on to contribute to a number of styling projects. He now styles and consults on a number of projects internationally. Charlie has styled musicians varying from Hip-Hop artist Nas to UK band The xx and contributed to international publications from GQ Style to Clash magazine.
In 2008, while studying for a degree in History of Art at the Courtauld Institute, Charlie joined his father to launch luxury menswear label Casely-Hayford, a brand based on English Sartorialism and British Anarchy. Joe and Charlie currently work between London and Tokyo where their collections are produced; they focus on the idea of duality as a foundation for the brand's ethos. International stockists include Dover Street Market, Colette, Corso Como, Barneys, I.T. Hong Kong and Isetan.
In 2010 Charlie was made the global faceConverse's international ad campaign, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Jack Purcell Trainer. In 2008/2009 he modelled alongside Coco Sumner as the face of Dr. Martens.
In June 2010 Charlie was selected by Esquire Magazine as a "Brilliant Brit" in their prediction of 75 young talents shaping 2010. He was also selected to feature in i-D magazine's 100 portraits in fashion, shot by Nick Knight.
In June 2011, Premier Model Management signed up Charlie as the newest addition to their Special Bookings board.