Rebecca Luke is a “garmento” in every sense of the word.
As an expert in the area of style, her collective skills set runs the gamut from production, public relations and marketing services to art direction, styling, costume design, choreography and visual display. Her expertise has been honed by working with clients both locally and nationally in non-profit, retail, clothing manufacturing, TV/film, theater and the arts industries for the past 25 years.
Over the last eighteen years, Rebecca’s services have come to include personal image consulting. She gained immense experience with this specialty as a personal shopper at the Nordstrom flagship store in downtown Seattle. (1996 – 2003) She continues to work as a fashion stylist, costume designer and creative art director. To date, she is best known for her work in, What Happened Ms. Simone? (Oscar Nominee 2015), Take Me to the River (Sundance 2015), Lucky Them (Tribeca 2014), Eden (SXSW 2013), Safety Not Guaranteed (Sundance 2012), Eden (SXSW), The Off Hours (Sundance 2011), Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle (Tribeca 2010,Sundance 2009), various film shorts and music videos View Rebecca’s full Imdb Profile.
As an image consultant, she distinguishes herself as a consultant with current and active work as a stylist and costume designer. As a stylist and costume designer, her work outside of “the industry” lends to creative and productive success for her clients.
In 2000, Rebecca founded a creative service company, les Egoistes LLC. The company’s vision is to focus their creative energy on most anything that requires a “look or feel”. les Egoistes cooperates with team members across the country to ensure their clients’ message is presented with eloquence, style and on target. In 2008, the company evolved to a second brand, Rebecca Luke Style. Her portfolio is prolific and can be viewed here.
Prior to her full-time involvement in fashion, style and entertainment, Rebecca was executive director of The Homeless Challenge, a United Way of King County program, designed to organize the community around a common goal of ending family homelessness, and Development & Events Coordinator for Zion Preparatory Academy. Rebecca maintains an active role in the social and environmental issues that affect her community and has committed much of her personal time to further these causes whenever and wherever possible. As Co- Founder of the Sustainable Style Foundation in 2002, Rebecca continued to merge her passion for giving back with her style industry experience. In 2017, this nonprofit tenure will evolve into a fully fledged Design Magazine incorporating the collective vision and mission of Rebecca’s community involvement. The project is called Inspired, a design magazine.
She is a member on the faculty advisory committee for the Human Environmental Sciences department at SeattlePacificUniversity and has currently authored a chapter in a Fairchild publication, “Sustainable Fashion Why Now?”, and co-authored a contribution paper toward the international “Global Sustainable Development: A Challenge for Consumer Citizens” e-book; This publication was launched at the XX1th IFHE (International Federation for Home Economics) Congress 2008 that took place in Lucerne, Switzerland. Rebecca has traveled the globe speaking on the topics of sustainability, as well as, wardrobing, dressing and image. The energetic self-professed “clothing geek” shares her style adventures on Rebecca Luke Style Blog. Rebecca holds a BA in Marketing with an emphasis in Clothing and Textiles.Rebecca believes that her involvement in fashion and style is her “art”; It is a family legacy and her true self-expression.
Photo Credit | Megumi Arai