Robin Derrick is a creative director. The zenith of the Derrick’s career thus far, is his impressive 19-year tenure at British Vogue. He has also art directed Glamour, playing an integral role in the formation of the magazine design identity.
After 19 years at Vogue, Derrick joined a veritable exodus of top talent making the move from traditional publishing to commercial content, becoming executive creative director of Spring, a London-based studio complex and creative agency that helps clients like Giorgio Armani and Target develop multichannel communications campaigns.
Derrick does, however, still work with fashion’s print establishment, redesigning Harper’s Bazaar print magazine and the title’s digital channels in 2012. He departed Spring Studios in July 2018 to work on his own business projects.
CLIENTS Lacoste, Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs, Christopher Kane, Armani, LVMH, Tom Ford, Versace, Nexxus, Mulberry, Estee Lauder, i-D, The FACE, ELLE, Arena, Harper’s Bazaar, Porter and British Vogue