Growing up in Herndon, Virginia, Rebecca never let the blank canvas of a piece of plain white paper slip by her without covering it in doodles. She was constantly drawing girls in her ideal red carpet designs. When she did not have pencils, markers or crayons in hand, Rebecca was spending time in her second home, the dance studio, beginning at the early age of 2 1/2 years old. Her passion for the arts only grew, but it was not until high school that she realized she could turn her passion into a career in fashion.
Rebecca attended Virginia Commonwealth University and received a BFA in Fashion Design. Shortly after graduating, she went to Guatemala to work with a team to design Darla Luz, which focused on supporting Mayan Cooperatives, specifically women.
Shortly after returning to the States, she followed her life-long dream of moving to New York City, where she worked with companies including DRES, Verdura, Victoria's Secret Design Studio, and Calvin Klein Underwear.
Rebecca's design influences not only come from the many years she spent surrounded by over-the-top costumes, but the actual movement of so many styles of dance, including ballet, hip-hop, salsa, modern and tap. She also pulls ideas from the rich diversity in cultures and landscapes of the places she has traveled all over the world, as well as the infamous streets of New York. Rebecca's designs encompass her quirky, eclectic and yet feminine style. She creates pieces that not only look fabulous, but enable the wearer to exude confidence they may not have shown otherwise. Her goal is to construct garments that are seen as pieces of art.