Luke Reichle is a renowned designer, speaker and recognized expert in the fields of costume design, fashion and personal style.
It was while attending Pacific Fashion Institute in San Francisco that his women’s eveningwear pieces were picked up by Henri Bendel and Saks Fifth Avenue. This led to his first job on New York’s 7th Avenue in the design rooms of the legendry Perry Ellis.
Luke became a sought after designer, proceeding to create collections for American apparel icons Calvin Klein, Alexander Julian, The Arrow Shirt Company, Levi-Strauss and Harley-Davidson. A stint in Europe found him as creative director of the Bjorn Borg Design Group.
As a costume designer, Luke’s designs for the large and small screen encompass every major film studio and television network, including Walt Disney Studios, Warner Brothers, Universal, Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, MGM, United Artists, ABC, NBC, CBS, BBC and HBO.
Each week, between prime time and syndication, over 20 million viewers worldwide are treated to his costume designs for hit shows Castle, Without a Trace and CSI Miami. His many feature credits include The Scout, A Simple Wish and a film of the long running off-Broadway musical, The Fantasticks!
Luke has designed for Oscar, Emmy, Golden Globe and Grammy and Tony award winning actors, musicians and entertainers, among them Holly Hunter, Kathy Bates, Viola Davis, Anthony LaPaglia, Joel Grey, Tony Bennett, Bette Buckley, Beau Bridges, Virginia Madsen, Christian Slater, Lou Gosset Jr., Diane Wiest, Kelsey Grammer, Kathleen Turner, Martin Short, Mary Steenburgen, Colin Farrell as well as Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Famke Janssen, Brendan Fraser, Stephen Segal, Keenan Ivory Wayans, Heather Graham, Peter Weller, Jim Caviezel, Scott Caan, Giovanni Ribisi and Mark Ruffalo.
Today, Luke’s passion is focused on using style as a vehicle for change — for creating a shift in how you perceive yourself — for redefining image as an essential tool for self-expression and for giving you the methods necessary to look fabulous while re-writing the dialogue you have with your reflection. Beautiful, inside and out!