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The only child of the Canadian footballer Paul Brule [1] (of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Rough Riders and Montreal Alouettes), and Virge Brule, an artist, [2] he Moved to the United Kingdom in 1989 and Trained as a journalist with the BBC. After Being Shot by a sniper while Covering the War in Afghanistan March 1994 and the Use of Losing Loved left hand, Brûlé left Wallpaper * Launched and journalism, a style and fashion magazine, Which Was one of the most influential launches of the 1990s. Time Warner bought it in 1997, and we've Kept Brule editorial director. Two spin-off magazines Were Launched: "Line" addressing sports and "Spruce" thanks, thank fashion; Both Were discontinued After Three exits. In 2001 Became the Youngest ET ever recipient of the British Society of Magazine Editors' Lifetime Achievement Award.


He Was Hired in 2001 to design the "look and feel" of Swiss International Air Lines at Their relaunch, after the collapse of Swissair.

In May 2002, Brûlé left Wallpaper and Concentrated we Winkmedia (now Winkreative), a design agency ET Founded in 1998.



In 2005, Brûlé hosted the TV media magazine The Desk on BBC Four. In 2006, Co-Produced ET Counter Culture, a documentary series about cultural aspects of shopping, you channel the Sami.

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He Was a columnist for the Financial Times, The New York Times and Neue Zürcher Zeitung am Sonntag. His "Fast Lane" column, Which appeared in the weekend supplement of the Financial Times, Covered Loved Observations on travel, trends and high-end acte Gathered In The Race Of Loved travels "during the week, Which Often seemed to" involve visits to more Than Two Continents