Rebecca Grice

Stylist. New York

By: Noah Lehava
Styling: Noah Lehava
Photography: Renée Rodenkirchen

Rebecca Grice’s career trajectory is a textbook example of perfect timing: just as she’d made the decision to go solo after styling at a handful of international glossies like Vogue Italia and InStyle, a trio of musically inclined sisters (ahem, Haim) were in search of someone exactly like her. "[Working with Haim] was perfect timing. I was just going out on my own and they needed a stylist. I was available and it all worked out," recites Grice lackadaisically. You see, her entire being is laid-back and nonchalant, even when she tells us how she also counts Lorde as one of her first-ever solo gigs. Since then, Leona Lewis and Alicia Keys have left their sartorial choices up to Grice, too.

It took us all of 30 seconds to understand why the aforementioned SoCal girl-band stuck with Grice all along—not only is she inimitably cool and a wizard at mixing vintage with RTW, she has one hell of a penchant for worn-in-like-you’ve-owned-it-for-20-years tees that rival any we’ve seen. Plus, she's as dedicated to her clients (slash friends) as she is to wearing her Céline slides, Acne leather jacket and Chloé pants. “I’ll buy something and I’ll wear the shit out of it. I’ll wear it, wear it, wear it, every day,” is Grice’s no-fuss MO. And if we had pieces like vintage silk robes and Adam Selman tees on top of piles of Adidas and Gucci loafers, we would do the same. Wouldn't you?