[REESEDELUCA]® is gender-free and made for everyone.
Without thinking about gender, designer Reese De Luca created a brand that reaches beyond boundaries and is truly inclusive. [REESEDELUCA]® is our response to the lack of gender-free options available in today's marketplace.
We use our extensive knowledge to bring you fantastic essentials that are ethically made in small limited quantities with the best fit, fabric and styling.
[REESEDELUCA]® is The Evolution of Refined Leisure.
An alum from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles and a fashion industry veteran, Reese started his fashion career by turning his obsession with Juicy Couture into a major stepping stone in his career. After just one month of interning, Reese quickly moved up to the assistant designer.
In 2004, Reese’s artistic expression helped him win the MTV show produced by Ashton Kutcher, “You’ve Got A Friend”. His personality was just as impressive as his fashion expertise, outshining the other featured contestants on the show.
Reese’s design caught the eye of the Queen of Fashion herself, Victoria Beckham. Her love for his fabrics and techniques sparked a unique friendship amongst the two. This was just the start of his noteworthy résumé which includes: Design director for William Rast, Design Director for Buffalo Jeans, as well as his solo capsule collections.
Reese took the knowledge he learned and guidance from noteworthy friend's positions and started his own brand and is ready to take the fashion world by storm. It’s important for Reese to “pay it forward” and inspire others and with his inventive use of fabrics and attention to detail, his energy will be what moves the fashion industry forward.
As a brand, it’s important to pay it forward. The collection is made in small batches in a socially compliant workshop and our garment sewers are paid above industry wages. We've partnered with One Tree Planted to plant 1 tree for each transaction generated on the website. We plant trees in the same areas that we produce our garments in so we can help offset our carbon footprint. Since we launched the program, we've helped to reforest both California and India with over 250 trees!
We only use low-impact Oeko-Tex certified Procion dyes. A low-impact dye is a dye that has been classified as eco-friendly. They do not contain toxic chemicals, require less rinsing and a decreased use of rinse water create less waste water.
We use recycled paper for our stickers, tissue paper and other printed items. Our mailer bags are fully compostable.