Rebecca has been part of the creative industry for several years and has always been inspired by the number of talented, young individuals in the business. She began work as a Make Up Artist, which developed into a commercial modeling career. From this she went on to work as Deputy Editor at a fashion and lifestyle magazine and later launched her own company, which acted as an agency for creative talent, as well as conducting and directing shoots at the studio premises for various high profile clients. She has also dipped her hand in other industry pots such as music and artist management and development, film directing and events coordinating. Rebecca launched IDOL Magazine in February 2010 and continues to head the publication.
SIMONE LA ROSE
With over 10 years at the helm of luxury boutique, Browns' online and VIP styling divisions, Simone La-Rose's reputation and extensive body of work precedes her.
Having held the position of Fashion Editor and resident tastemaker since IDOL's launch in 2009, Simone's lavish shoots and avant-garde creative direction have helped establish the magazine as one of London's premiere fashion publications.
EDITOR AT LARGE
A native New Yorker, Ryan Davis has long been honing his fashion savvy. From forecasting trends, assisting on celebrity covers and fashion shoots for Out Magazine, to creating vivid and compelling visuals in his own work, Ryan has continually had his finger on the pulse of fashion. Working behind-the-scenes since IDOL's launch in 2010; he currently serves as Fashion Editor-at-Large to IDOL.
Born in Manchester, Darrell is now living London and pursuing a career in fashion and music. Delving deep into anything creative since his childhood, he combines his love for writing with the desire to be a part of the creative industry and has a goal of contributing to the birth of some of the world’s most fascinating visions, as well as his own. Beginning his path as an intern with ELLE Magazine, and then contributing to other publications, Darrell soon found comfort in IDOL Magazine as he believes the most interesting individuals are not only those who we see before us, but those who are out there remaining undiscovered. If he could have been anything else in life it would have been a superhero. In the words of Dr. Seuss, “I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
A self-confessed digital and social media addict, Unsah has been working in the creative industry for the past four years. Her experiences includes interning for fashion designers, writing for several online publications for a wide variety of topics, and recently winning a Digital News writing competition held by ELLE UK. Unsah currently juggles her time between studying for a BA Journalism degree at City University London and working across the digital sphere for IDOL, where her interest for upcoming and future talent continues to grow.