Belgian-born Bruno Pieters graduated in 1999 from the royal academy of fine arts in Antwerp.
He went on to work for different labels such as Martin Margiela (Paris),
Josephus Thimister (Paris), Antonio Pernas (Madrid), Christian Lacroix (Paris).
In July 2001, Bruno was the first Belgian Antwerp graduate to present a couture collection during Paris couture week. Titled part I: daywear- the suit, the collection featured twelve silhouettes inspired by a 1950’s newlook suit. The show was a procession of suits and only suits.
Suzy Menkes of the IHT ,who attended the show, described Bruno as an intruiging new talent.
Bruno Pieters launched his first ready-to-wear collection in march of 2002, displaying his ever-present penchant for technique and craftsmanship.
In March 2006 Karl Lagerfeld photographed Bruno for “Madame Figaro” magazine. The photoshoot featured 30 of Paris best designers
In June 2007 Bruno was appointed the art director of the Avant Garde line Hugo from Hugo Boss.
Currently Pieters is also the new creative director of the men's line from Delvaux,
Europe's oldest leather goods company.
Bruno is first and foremost a technician, a constructionist, who likes to experiment with shape and proportion.