His interest in fashion began at the age of 12, when he picked up his first Vogue. After moving to Los Angeles from Canada, he studied art history at the University of Southern California, later receiving internships at Vogue and W magazines in New York. Upon graduation, Goreski was hired as the west coast assistant at Vogue.
His clients include Jessica Alba, Demi Moore, Christina Ricci, Rashida Jones, Kaley Cuoco and Minka Kelly. He was also the star of It's a Brad, Brad World, the Bravo docudrama about his life and career.
In 2012, Goreski released his memoir, Born to be Brad, and was also named the exclusive brand stylist for Kate Spade NY. In addition, Goreski frequently contributes editorial work to various magazines, including InStyle, Details, BlackBook, and LA Confidential.
In 2014, Goreski was named a new co-host of Fashion Police on the E! Network.
In June 2021, it was announced that Goreski would join the panel of Canada's Drag Race as a main judge, replacing Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman and Stacey McKenzie, who announced their departures in March and June of 2021, respectively.
Canada's Drag Race Season 2
Canada's Drag Race Season 2 Looks
Canada's Drag Race Season 3
Canada's Drag Race Season 3 Looks
|Runners-Up||2nd & 3rd: Kendall Gender & Pythia|
|Other Queens||4th: Gia Metric • 5th: Adriana • 6th: Kimora Amour • 7th: Synthia Kiss • 8th: Eve 6000 • 9th: Suki Doll (Miss Congeniality) • 10th: Stephanie Prince • 11th: Océane Aqua-Black • 12th: Beth|
|Judges||Amanda Brugel • Brad Goreski • Brooke Lynn Hytes • Traci Melchor|
|Other Queens||Bombae • Chelazon Leroux • Gisèle Lullaby • Halal Bae • Irma Gerd • Jada Shada Hudson • Kaos • Kimmy Couture • Lady Boom Boom • Miss Fiercalicious • Miss Moço • Vivian Vanderpuss|
|Judges||Brooke Lynn Hytes • Brad Goreski • Traci Melchor|