History/ Bio:

Tony Triumph is more then just a young man or common male figure. He is a true essence. Growing up in Baltimore, MD- Tony has always been Triumphant. Born July 7, Tony grew up in a comfortable middle-class family with his single parent mother. From the tender age of 2 Tony aspired to be a model. As a child, he possed a unique yet undenyable charm. At age 10, he started with fashion schools, programs and company’s such as John Roberts Powers but soon learned that time naturally develops all of which we are entitled.

Sacrificing his education, Tony Triumph hit the fashion scene at the age of 18. His appeal to this fashion industry is distinct- smooth, electrifying and ever-changing. With his sultry charm, 6 foot frame and spunky mind set, the young model stands true to his ambitions. Tony admits being the under-dog of this industry at times and from his view, “What makes any noteworthy Supermodel with out a struggle?”.
Since the spawn of his mainstream career, Tony has walked for Prince Williams III for New York Fashion week, appeared in Braids and Beauty Hair Magazine, worked countless times with street-couture designers GA Art of Fashion Inc., and walked for B.Oyama, a well-known Harlem boutique that specializes in traditional English suits & top hats. Tony has also strutted runways for top names as Nordstroms as they debuted the new lines of: Armani, Hugo Boss, True Religion, John Varvatos and Deisel. His editorials also include Pulse, Bleu and Legende Homme Magazine, based out of Paris. Tony was also the cover face of The Washington Posts’, Men’s Fall essentials collection which eventually revolved into a regional campaign. The plethora of Tony’s work undeniably rivals many other fresh faces today. Recently, Tony made a very recognizable cameo in Kelly Rowlands, “Daylight” music video directed by Jeremy Rawls as well as ABC’s “Ugly Betty”, set for release in Fall 2008. He’s edgy and adrogynous with a gleaming mystery behind his eyes that never fails to draw you into his humble yet high-spirited character. Many times it takes a true artist to identify with his rare compassion, his image. Bold but beautiful, this star shines bright. True to his name, Tony is Triumphant.