Andrew Bevan, Teen Vogue’s Style Features Editor
After getting his start in book publishing and film, Andrew Bevan worked in the Entertainment department at Vogue before making the jump to Teen Vogue four years ago. Aside from styling and penning his own monthly style column in the magazine Andrew, an NYU graduate, keeps up with emerging talent and industry luminaries, mentors teens, covers the latest trends and parties, and has dressed some of Hollywood’s brightest young talents for the red carpet.
1. What is your favorite trend for this spring?
I love the bold, colorful floral prints that were on the runway and also the nod to the deco era.
2. What are the major colors for spring?
I love New York when the weather starts to get warmer and everyone drops their black for color. I’m really excited for citrus colors…orange, yellow, chartreuse.
3. How would you best describe your personal style?
Jack of all trades—Jack and the beanstalk meets Jack Lemmon meets Jack Keurac—I tend to mix classic menswear with more whimsical and beatnik elements.
4. What/Who inspires you the most?
I’m a total film buff and I’m always driven by classic cinema and television. I’m also a music nerd and could spend hours on end trolling youtube for obscure music videos.
5. What is the best part about being Teen Vogue’s Style Features Editor?
I love that every day is different and that my job keeps me on my toes because I always need to stay ahead of the game and think outside of the box. I also love more than anything that the fans of Teen Vogue are so vocal and reactive. You get immediate responses to your work the moment the magazine hits stands. It’s inspiring.