After graduating with a Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, Sam Spector moved to New York City to attend Parsons School of Design's A.A.S program in Fashion Design. Spector went on to hold the position of Fashion Editor of OUT magazine where he styled fashion shoots and shot celebrity cover stories. During this time, he appeared on the pilot episode of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" as the grooming expert. After OUT, he went on to consult on visual presentation for The Wet Seal, Inc, directing the look of the windows for the brand corporate-wide. Spector was the Wardrobe Designer on Kristin Cavallari's (The Hills) television show for UPN "Get This Party Started". He has styled two seasons of the Hickey Freeman ad campaign as well as ads for Bonobos, Boost Mobile, Pepsi, and he continues to work with Target on their men's and women's editor events and lookbooks. He recently consulted on a project for Nike Global Women's Training and Warby Parker Eyewear and styled Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard for their role as hosts of the 2009 Soul Train Awards. Sam has styled fashion shows for Teen Vogue and Elle Girl and has worked on editorials for Esquire, Nylon, Teen Vogue,Vanity Fair, GQ, Gotham, LA Confidential, Interview, Flaunt, Best Life, Mens Fitness, O: The Oprah Magazine among others. He has worked with countless celebrities including Robert Downey Jr., Javier Bardem, Kevin Spacey, Denis Leary, Forest Whitaker, Ryan Reynolds, Matthew Broderick, Terrence Howard, Ethan Hawke, Daniel Radcliffe, and Gavin Rossdale. He was the Market Editor of Esquire's Big Black Book for four seasons and resides in New York City.
On Air Appearances:
Watch Isaac: Isaac Mizrahi
Queer Eye for the Straight
Guy (Pilot Episode/Grooming Expert)
USA Today.com (Senior Stylist and Spokesperson for