Conrad is his name, and his Instagram handle is “KingCon”. Modeling since 2013, Conrad Bromfield got scouted on a New York City subway platform by his now agent, Michael Stallings, who ran after him just fast enough to exchange numbers. Since then the fashion set has been running after the mixed (Jamaican, Indian, and German) island king.
The 25-year-old model turned heads in 2014 after being featured on the cover of Numéro Russia, nude. Nude and not alone, Conrad got photographed with the iconic Pat Cleveland. Oh, and the Godfather of menswear, Tom Ford shot them, in partnership with His Eminence, André Leon Talley. During that time the Jamaican model was the face of Tom Ford.
Bromfield is no stranger to the runway. He has walked for everyone, from Armani and Balmain to Gucci and Hermès. This past season he opened for Moncler Gamme Bleu SS17 and fulfilled his dream of walking for Armani… both Armani labels; Emporio and Giorgio. Bromfield has graced editorials with leading fashion magazines across the fashion landscape and the industry. Blessed with good genes he doesn’t have to do much to stay in shape and probably game time with his PS4 is sufficient; however, he prefers to make his environment his gym. When Conrad isn’t in the studio, he can be found running his business, called Deleague Auto located in Brooklyn NYC.
What’s the best piece of advice you have gotten?
CB: The world keeps going even if you don’t.
Animal, Disney character or superhero. If you could be one, which would you be?
CB: Nothing more super than being human.
Do you believe in love?
CB: I believe in love; I also love love.
What’s your greatest wish for yourself?
CB: To have helped create a safe place for the descendants of humankind.
If you would be a song which would you be?
CB: It’s a tie between “Bohemian Rhapsody” and the “Thong Song”.
What are you uncomfortable with?
CB: Jumping out of planes without a parachute.
Where would you want to travel? And why?
CB: Malta. I love the drink and would love to try the island itself, even if they don’t relate.
What would you like to change in the world, and why?
CB: The human mind, and what we think of each other, versus to what know about each other.
Who’s your superhero?
What do you want to see change in the fashion industry?
CB: More organization. More filtering around how models are accepted in the industry, the number of people and agencies that should be allowed, the hairstylists and makeup artist knowing how to actually do all type of hair and skin colours.
What’s your greatest struggle?
CB: Losing my mind to the past.
Model behavior, what does it mean?
CB: It’s a foreign language!
Favourite designer and outfit?
CB: Thom Browne anything….
What do you wear to a casting?
CB: Creations of a mood.
Will you ever stop modelling?
CB: There’s no time limit on my creativity.
What do you want people to know about you?
CB: That I honestly have every human I ever came across in the most positive of thoughts. I love how far we have come and how far we can go as a life form.
What do you care about the most?
CB: Keeping my mind on a more positive path.
What do you want people to check out?
CB: Check out my mechanic shop located online: DeleagueAuto.com. As far as fashion, find me in my dream job in Esquire magazine!