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5 Things We Learned... Seth Howard



Seth Howard was a contestant on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? He also auditioned for MTV’s The Real World and I can say with confidence that reality TV would have been better for it. Seth is clever, hilarious, and incredibly engaging. His approach to style and design is completely unique and honest. A Kentucky native, he cultivated his career in New York City as a stylist and fashion editor, working for titles like Maxim, Men's Vogue, Out, Esquire, and Men's Health, among many others. His client roster boasts an impressive list of celebrities, international magazines, global and national branding campaigns, and leading e-commerce brands. Currently, Seth is the Director of Marketing at Randa Accessories - the world’s largest men’s accessories company - working on marketing strategies and trend analytics for accessory lines with brands such as Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, Vince Camato, and Nautica.

Here are 5 Things We Learned about Seth.

What made you...you?

What a loaded question - I think I can attribute most things (my successes and failures) to my stubbornness. Being stubborn gets a bad rep, but if you're willing to learn, adjust, and move on, it's a great quality to possess.

When are you happiest?

When I'm traveling - doesn't matter where (for the most part.) I enjoy taking part in and learning from other cultures around the world as much as possible. 

Would you rather have a muse or be a muse?

Be a muse. To be a source of inspiration for someone, anyone, is a huge honor. 

Who do you admire?

I admire people who value and embody honesty and authenticity. I admire people who challenge themselves (and others) to be better, kinder, and more accepting of differences.

What is important?


Follow Seth on Instagram @sthhwrd.

www.randa.net / www.seth-howard.com

Images of Seth’s stylist work from left to right: Seth Howard; "Hot Off the Press" for Variety Magazine photographed by Robert Maxwell; Editorial for FourTwoNine magazine photographed by Joshua Jordan; Róisín Murphy for Out magazine photographed by David Roemer; Kevin Bacon photographed for Nylon Guys by Michael Schmelling; "Blue Period" for FourTwoNine magazine photographed by David Roemer