The award-winning Creative Director of DYNE, a liminal menswear brand that the
launched in 2015. A native of New York, Bevans began his career apprenticing at a local tailoring house where he eventually became theowner at the age of 19. Christopher’s roots as an expert tailor developed into a passion that carried him to the Fashion Institute of Technology. During his time at FIT, Bevans’ studied textiles while learning the ropes from Jack Sauma, owner of MOOD Fabrics, one of the largest fabric retailers in the world. Following his time with MOOD, Bevans proceeded to work with top brands such as: Billionaire Boys Club, Head (Tennis), Sean John, Yeezy, Smithsonian, New York Cosmos and the MacArthur Foundation. From 2003 to 2007, he served as the Design Director of Nike’s Blue Ribbon Sports Division, where he was instrumental in initiating Roger Federer’s now famous “RF”logo. In January of 2013, Bevans was named a MIT Media Lab Director’s Fellow alongside CNN commentator Van Jones and distinguished film director J.J.
Abrams. In just the past few years, DYNE has been recognized globally as a leading menswear label, honored with multiple awards, including the 2017 Woolmark Innovation Prize and a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award. In addition to heading the brand DYNE, Bevans also created Bespoke designs for clients such as: Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams, LeBron James, and John Legend. In addition, he consults for emerging and established companies such as: sustainable brand, Save the Duck, SPYDER, and BeastMode, a sportswear brand for SeattleSeahawks running back, Marshawn Lynch. Today, Bevans resides in Portland, OR, where the company is headquartered. The expanding brand operates to achieve new heights in fashion and technology. These innovative lengths are the culmination of Bevans’ determination and the immeasurable successes he has exhibited over a 20-year career certifying him as a modern-day pioneer.