Born in Denmark 1990


Growing up in a small town outside Copenhagen, Denmark, Rebecca Langebæk has always been fuelled by creative challenges.


After studying Fashion Design Womenswear in Copenhagen, Rebecca Langebæk got an internship, that later turned into a job at the Danish Designer Henrik Vibskov. Here she worked closely together with the design team, developing fashion collections, prints and art work. During her time in Copenhagen, Rebecca Langebæk worked on different projects, assisiting Fashion Designer Maja Brix and Artist Helle Mardahl.


In 2013, after two years at the Henrik Vibskov Design Studio, Rebecca Langebæk entered the BA Fashion Design Menswear Course at Central Saint Martins in London.


During her first year of studying in London she received Kai Houmann Nielsens scholarship and won the Central Saint Martins X Rucoline Competition 2014.


On her placement year, Rebecca Langebæk interned in the Mens- and Womenswear Print- and Textile department at KENZO in Paris. During her time in Paris she contributed with drawings to Cecilie Nørgaards Art Colouring Book ‘Facing Gender Diversity’. Furthermore, she did a collaboration with Paris based brand Edition Poshette, where she developed prints for their ‘Curator Poshette’ clutch.


After her time at KENZO in Paris, Rebecca Langebæk moved to Antwerp, Belgium where she interned in the Design Department at

Raf Simons.


In 2016, during her final year at Central Saint Martins, Rebecca Langebæk was selected to attend the Inside LVMH event taking place in Paris. Furthermore, she received Elli & Peter Ove Christensens scholarship 2016.


In a celebration of the 5th Anniversary of London Fashion Week Men’s (2017), Rebecca Langebæk was selected by the British Fashion Council to be showcased in i-D Magazines fashion video, promoting young fashion designers and talents as well as established brands.


In July 2017, Rebecca Langebæk graduated with First Class Honours from the BA Fashion Design Menswear course at Central Saint Martins.

Rebecca Langebæk joined Pitti Tutorship, August 2017.


In November 2017, Rebecca Langebæk was selected by Pitti Immagine and MINI Italia to showcase and create a piece to be exhibited at PITTI UOMO ‘93.

In February 2018, a month after PITTI UOMO '93, Rebecca Langebæk was employed as a Junior Menswear Designer at Roberto Cavalli and relocated in Florence, Italy.

Since returning to London last year, she has been working in bespoke tailoring.

Rebecca Langebæk is currently based in London, where she is working as a freelance designer alongside running her own label. Furthermore, she is working with photography, sculpture and art projects. Her next group exhibition "The Open Exhibition" will be on display at Ferens Art Gallery from February 15th – April 26th 2020.