A multi-hyphenate talent; a multi-channel artist; a multi-titled art director. Take your pick. Christopher Lee Sauvé’s expertise spans graphic design, print campaigns, in-store, video and digital media with a compelling viewpoint that inspires emotion as well as occasional outrage.
Daring and sometimes shocking, he takes inspiration from punk rock, graffiti art, pop culture, street fashion and social activism. Christopher’s first guerilla art-fashion experiment in late 2008 to “Save Anna” (Vogue’s high-profile editor) catapulted him to instant success. Previous projects span a roster of collaborators: from Madonna and Miley to Marc Jacobs and Warby Parker to American Express and The New York Times.
A native of Canada, he relocated to NYC in 2006; launched his US career as Senior Designer with Diane Von Furstenberg; moved on to Alexander Wang as Art Director; and then to MAC Cosmetics as Design Director. Each step enhanced his skill and talent to help launch and build global brands. In addition to his artistic endeavors, he works on his own label.