Growing up as the only child in the city of Baltimore and fascinated by fashion and all things alluring, Brandon began his start with design at an early age. He would often be seen sketching instead of playing. This passion went on to allow him to develop a very distinct aesthetic and creative sense of style. By being self-taught he took advantage of every opportunity to hone his skills. Designing prom gowns for his high school classmates was one of his biggest triumphs. This step steered Brandon to begin to alter his own clothes with the assistance of an old sewing machine given to him by his grandmother. It was during his college years that his imagination kicked into high gear after Brandon was not able to find suitable clothes in the mall. This minor setback birthed the idea for him to create the clothing that he dreamed of. This was the beginning of a legacy. Over the course of his 20 year career he has dressed such artists as Beyonce's lead stylist Ty Hunter, Comedienne Sommore, Nesta Cooper, Vanessa J. Simmons, Reverend Jamal Harrison Bryant, Dru Hill, Lil Mo, Jaslene Gonzalez, Wish, Paula Campbell, Lola Monroe, Rye Rye, Robyn Dixon from Real Housewives of the Potomac, and Stellar award winning artist, Jessica Greene. His clothing has been featured on Fox 45 news, WBAL Channel 11 news, TV One's R&B Divas LA, The Bethanny Frankel Show, National stage play "Aint no love like a Mothers Love",The Vivica Fox Hair catalog, Elegant Magazine, Open Fly Magazine, Sophiticate's Black Hair Magazine, Raine Magazine, Lucy's Magazine, Institute Magazine, Huf Magazine, Voyage Baltimore and Baltimore Style. With Brandon Warren, Brandon is starting fresh by expanding and taking his brand to the next level. He is blurring the lines between fashion and fairy-tale by creating beautiful, imaginative, and artistically crafted garments.