Born in London, stylist and art director, Rebecca Dennett grew up in the English countryside, studying fashion textiles at Brighton University.
Rebecca moved to New York in 2012. She learnt the fundamentals of her craft in her experience as Alex White's first assistant for many years where she worked with teams from leading fashion publications such as Italian Vogue, US Vogue, and Porter magazine. Additionally, Rebecca helped style and produce shoots for Christian Dior, Salvatore Ferragamo, Estee Lauder, Lancome, Hermes, Nina Ricci, and Oscar de la Renta.
Since breaking out on her own, Rebecca has continued to work within the upper echelons of the fashion industry. From concept to execution, Rebecca creatively directs main fashion stories including defining trends of the season, planning initial concept through extensive research & storyboards, in partnership with the photographer and editing clothing & accessories to visually connect to concept. She regularly contributes to a wide range of prestigious publications such as, Elle, Allure, Vogue Mexico & Latin America, The Sunday Times Style Magazine, Porter, V Magazine, The Last Magazine, The Violet Book, and The September Issues.
Her commercial clients past and present include: Bobbi Brown, Bare Minerals, Elizabeth Arden, Barneys New York, Mansur Gavriel, Uniqlo, MZ Wallace, CF Goldman and Nikki Chasin. She collaborates with highly regarded photographers, Matthew Kristall, Heather Hazzan, Anna Palma, Victor Demarchelier, Pamela Hanson, Olivia Malone, Rebekah Campbell, Eric Chakeen, Stas Komarovski, and Sarai Mari. Rebecca also lends her styling expertise to author Zadie Smith and actress Jodie Comer.
Rebecca uses styling as a medium to create boundary pushing visual narratives. By incorporating her progressive ideals into fashion, she is passionate to seek, to maximize representation of diverse body types as well as the inclusion of formerly underrepresented ethnic groups in fashion. Rebecca believes we can empower these previously marginalized groups and showcase the complexity of modern femininity. Rebecca’s expert knowledge of photography, fashion history and cultural movements in the underpinning of her craft and is a key driver behind her inspired forward thinking ideas.
Commercial portfolio available upon request.
Rebecca resides between New York and London.