Rachel Balzarini is a freelance fashion stylist & art director born and currently residing in NY. A Parsons design graduate, Rachel’s innate sense of style, playful mixture of cultures and her industry experience of over a decade in the industry give her an undeniable edge. Previously represented as an artist at Wilhelmina, Rachel is now self-represented and works with clients like Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Bandier, Vince Camuto, Footlocker, Barney’s, Peloton, Macy’s and many more. Her work has been published in the NY Times, Cake, Glassbook, Philippine Tatler and seen in music videos featuring artists such as Mr. Eazi, Kranium and Walshy Fire of Diplo.
In August of 2018 she launched her own print publication, PLATFORMME Magazine, a fashion/art/culture based bi-annual magazine in which she is able to fully curate, direct and focuses on highlighting new and upcoming talent she wants to help promote and spread awareness about. PLATFORMME donates 25% of its sales to support AMREF Health Africa, a non-profit organization tackling issues in Africa from the ground level up . In the same year, Rachel also founded a boutique mother agency for new models called PLATFORMME MODELS which revolves around its own inclusive aesthetic and scouting techniques to represent a wider array of talent within NYC and abroad.
For more info on the magazine go to www.theplatformme.com
For more info on the mother agency go to www.platformmemodels.com