Since then, Anthony has continued to work in fashion and advertising, while bringing his unique take on pop culture and old Hollywood glamor to film and television. He has worked with such greats as David La Chapelle, Peter Arnell, and John Landis. His work can be seen on billboards from Times Square to Hollywood, and on the pages of Cosmo UK, Flaunt, Rolling Stone, Moda FG, and Angeleno to name just a few.
Grandson of actor/stuntman Jack Gordon and son of Emmy winner Stan Gordon, Anthony Gordon grew up on the movie lots of Hollywood.
Anthony began his career in the Los Angeles punk rock scenes of the late '70s and '80s, cutting hair and doing makeup on the patios of local night clubs and using his extensive art background to create unique looks that would herald the transition from disco to new wave.
While working at one of LA's first punk rock salons, Anthony was invited to join avant garde designer Nicola Pelly and Harry Parness to create some of the looks for their fashion shows at the trailblazing Parachute in Beverly Hills. This was Anthony's first taste of runway fashion and he fell in love with the creativity and energy of working in a team environment.