Tim Blanks has been covering fashion around the world since 1985. He was formerly host of the CBC’s globally syndicated television show Fashion File. Since 2006, he has been editor-at-large for Style.com, reviewing and filming collections – womenswear, menswear and haute couture – in the world’s fashion capitals. In addition, Blanks writes regularly on fashion and entertainment for a number of international magazines and newspapers. He was one of the guest curators on “Sample,” Phaidon’s global overview of new fashion. He also contributed to Steidl’s monograph on Michael Roberts; the tome celebrating 20 years of Dolce&Gabbana’s menswear; the catalogue for Alexander McQueen’s exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum; monographs on Walter Van Beirendonck and Bottega Veneta; and Prestel’s ‘New Fashion Photography’. New Zealand-born, Blanks has lived in London since 1990, with a supporting cast of Jack Russells.