and embarked on her fashion career. She began working as an inspiration facilitator at the world famous vintage boutique The Way We Wore, where she was able to help the likes of John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. Goldie soon garnered a reputation for her innately unique visual sense and started to receive work as a stylist. She worked on various music video shoots, including one with Lady Gaga, before being picked up by MTV for their hip music show Iggy. Here she worked with the likes of Icelandic supergroup Of Monsters and Men, who asked her to style them again for their performance on Saturday Night Live. Simultaneously, Goldie has also created a career for herself as an Image Consultant. This holistic style service allows her to utilize her incredible stylistic intuition, fashion knowledge and instinct for caring to perform miraculous personal style transformations. In 2010, with an ambition for the bicoastal lifestyle, she moved to New York City and currently resides in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Ultimately though, Goldie remains a gypsy at heart and her love for travel and adventure constantly lead her on journeys of discovery through places like Burning Man, Costa Rica and beyond. These experiences have infused her with a passion for counterculture and a desire to use her gifts to help create a better world.
Born with a love for beauty, Goldie Rush was raised in South Bay, Los Angeles. Here the bohemian chic and free spirited charm of her upbringing inspired her to pursue a life of fashion and art. Following her childhood dreams she graduated from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising