Born in Birmingham, AL, and based in Atlanta, Anthony Elle is renowned for the personality, humor, and couture he brings to life as a DIY enthusiast, tv personality, and product developer. From his intricate work in draping to his innovative hot glue gun creations, Anthony has carved out a distinctive niche in the everchanging world of DIY and couture. Now, from his atelier in midtown, Atlanta, Elle is cultivating his hand in fashion and décor through his own brand of creativity, sustainability, and design.
After winning Project Runway All Stars, Season 6, Anthony has since spent time diversifying his portfolio of creativity. His work as a costume designer has been featured on VH1’s “Single Ladies,” as well as “November Rule” and “The Trapp” on Netflix. Through film and television, Elle has dressed celebrities such as, Queen Latifah, Heidi Klum, Paula Patton, LaLa Anthony, Letoya Luckett, and Billy Porter. As an entertainment personality, Elle has made appearances on HLN as a guest commentator, as well as the HBO Max hit show “Craftopia” with host Laura Rii Himaki, where his witty personality and engaging presence was ever present. Recently Elle landed his first acting role on “How High 2” playing the role of Quenton on Netflix. In between tv opportunities Anthony continues to design custom couture gowns for his exclusive clientele.
Currently, Anthony hosts an interactive experience on his Instagram account @AnthonyElle called “Sunday Drape” where he sings gospel music to the top of his lungs while draping on the dress form for a couture finish. Elle’s goal is to encapsulate his journey and experiences to redefine the way future creators approach education in creativity. Dedicated to constantly evolving, Anthony is currently focused on brand identity, product development, and using his DIY spirit and boundless imagination to build his one-of-a-kind brand. If you want to work together, collaborate, or request a consultation for custom couture, feel free to leave me a message. @anthonyelle