Detroit-born, Kevan Hall’s fashion creativity emerged early. By the age of seven, he knew he wanted to be a fashion designer. He embraced haute couture as an interpretive art form, setting out to redefine glamour for a new generation.

Redefining the hallowed house of Halston into the next millennium was an even more challenging task.  But Hall—who respectfully stepped into the position of Design and Creative Director from Fall 1998 to Spring 2000—revived the dormant brand to its former glory. His sleek eveningwear was worn by a distinguished coterie of celebrated artists including Celine Dion, Sharon Stone, Charlize Theron, and Salma Hayek.