Rebekah Roy is one of London’s top fashion stylists and creative consultants. She is a unique stylist due to her ability to communicate ideas, to collaborate with different levels of the industry and a range of practitioners and to incorporate a cultural understanding of fashion into her work.
Rebekah styles catwalk shows each London Fashion Week season as well as working on commercial shows, she has styled catwalk shows for Harrods, Royal Ascot, Bjorn Borg, Clarks and The Ford Models Supermodel of the World Search.
Rebekah began her career in London interning at British Vogue and has been featured in numerous publications including in Drapers, Glamour, Zink Magazine and Vogue.com. As a style and cultural influencer, Rebekah is well known for her blog Stylist Stuff and is the Creative Director at Candid Magazine.
Rebekah has styled and consulted for a variety of clients from large global brands including Visa, Nintendo, Harvey Nichols, John Lewis and Virgin to celebrity clients including Kate Nash, Becca Dudley, Nero, The Feeling, Danny Jones, Sarah Brightman and Billy Idol and top models Kate Moss, Erin O’Connor and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Rebekah believes in supporting bright young talent and growing an inclusive international fashion industry. In addition to her involvement on selection panels for UK young talent platforms Fashion Scout and Graduate Fashion Week, this passion has taken her around the world working with designers, fashion weeks and international organisations, including the British Council, Lagos Fashion and Design Week, Jakarta Fashion Week, Skopje Fashion Week, Riyadh Fashion Days and Singapore Digital Fashion Week. Through mentorship, workshops, collaborative projects and lectures on topics such as branding, blogging and styling, Rebekah has brought a cross-cultural and global understanding to fashion in emerging fashion industries as well as with established designers.
Rebekah has given talks at prestigious venues such as the Fashion and Textile Museum, Kensington Palace, the Drapers Fashion Conference and The Barbican, and she has appeared on the popular television programmes Mary Queen of Shops and Britain’s Next Top Model and has recently given a TED talk.