Deborah Ferguson is an award-winning celebrity fashion stylist and costume-designer. After graduating from Central Saint Martins College, she served as a design assistant to various leading designers, most notably John Galliano, whose diverse and eclectic fashion aesthetic would eventually shape her own distinctive brand of styling.

Now, Deborah’s work has appeared in magazines such as ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar Brazil, Interview, Nylon, AnOther, Dazed and Confused, i-D and Arena. She has styled a wide-range of celebrities, including Steve Carrell, Mary Louise-Parker, Rachel Bilson, Kristen Bell, Leighton Meester, Matt Bomer, Joaquin Phoenix and the band Green Day. Her advertising clients have included Levi’s, Adidas, USA Networks, Coco-Cola, Scion and Nokia. Deborah is the Founder, Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of the digital fashion magazine Contentmode.

In 2008, Deborah’s work was recognized by her industry peers when she won the award for Excellence in TV Commercial Costume Design at the 10th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards.

From her fashion-forward publishing pursuits to her extensive styling and design credentials, Deborah has proven herself to be an exceptional arbiter of style for the modern millennium. She splits her time between Los Angeles and New York and is a local in the Toronto market.