Rachael Levine is a textiles artist with a focus on Shibori and fabric dying. She has been a working artist since Fall of 2014 and graduated with a BFA in Fashion Design from Columbia College Chicago. Rachael's love of clothing construction and manipulating textiles has blossomed into an art-to-wear collection called ARAE. The word ARAE comes from Rachael's nickname, Rae, and the word 'array' - an impressive display of things. Under her brand, she works with different kinds of silk and cotton gauze to create her various styles of Kimonos, scarves, and tops. She also works with boiled wool, which she Shibori dyes then cuts and sews into soft accessories such as gloves, scarves, and hats. ARAE is sold in many independently owned boutiques and museum shops across the US as well as handmade shows, and online with large retailers such as Artful Home, Uncommon Goods, and Free People. Rachael loves creating pieces of wearable art that allow her customers to express their own creative styles with every wear.