Bruce Pask
by Stephen Garner
Bruce Pask
Bruce Pask

Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) has announced that effective today, Bruce Pask expands his responsibilities to include men’s fashion director for Neiman Marcus as well as continuing his role of men’s fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman – a position he has held since March 2014. His new title is men’s fashion director of Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.

In this role, Bruce sets the tone for men’s fashion for both the Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus brands, traveling the world to bring luxury, style, and wit to NMG customers. Pask also serves as a spokesperson on men’s fashion, style and trends for both brands. In his expanded role, he reports to Kenneth Gaston, vice president and general merchandise manager of Men’s, Decorative Home, Little BG (Kids) and Jewelry, Bergdorf Goodman and Russ Patrick, senior vice president and general merchandise manager of The Man’s Store, Gift Galleries and Home, Horchow, and Children’s, Neiman Marcus Stores and Online.

“Bruce is highly respected in the global fashion industry and it is our great pleasure to have him expand his men’s fashion oversight to both the Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus brands.” said Jim Gold, president and chief merchandising officer of Neiman Marcus, Neiman Marcus Group.

Bruce entered the industry in the nineties beginning his career at GQ magazine, Cargo magazine, and most notably as men’s fashion director at T Magazine: New York Times. Pask has worked as a freelance stylist/fashion editor, during which his extensive styling and costume work included prominent campaigns for The Sopranos and American Express, as well as numerous covers and celebrity features in Vanity Fair magazine.  His work has also driven the fashion creative direction for advertising campaigns and imagery for numerous menswear brands.

As a celebrated costume designer for Broadway productions and television, Pask received Emmy honors for his costume designs for the 2010 Kennedy Center Honors television broadcast and co-costume designed, along with Oscar-nominated designer Julie Weiss, the 85th Annual Academy Awards and 86th Annual Academy Awards.