Ali Levine Born and raised in New York, Ali credit her love for fashion to a city upbringing, and also a kinship style icon – her grandmother. After completing college with a fashion merchandising and management degree, Ali’s career jumpstarted when she accepted a position with Target.
The accomplishment was a major responsibility, one which included opening a flagship NY store and working with international designers, a first for Ali at the time. Moreover, she was also designing for industry big names like Fragments, Coach and Talbots.
Once Ali achieved in-house fashion experience, she made a rapidly successful transition to television and film. This shift eventually led to a move to Hollywood, where the Ali Levine Design firm is currently headquartered.
Ali’s skills, resourcefulness, and city-girl energy immediately led to jobs on Mercy and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, where she had the opportunity to work with Shia LaBeouf and Carey Mulligan.
Since relocating to Los Angeles, Ali’s work can be seen on Fran Drescher’s Happily Divorced, In Time with Justin Timberlake, Kanye West’s World Throne Tour, X-Men First Class, New Girl, and much more. A member of both the Motion Picture Costumes Local 705 and Design Guild 892, the red-head with the hazel-green eyes and even more colorful ensemble resides in Toluca Lake with her husband, Justin, two fashionable cats, Dolce and Ferragamo, and newest member, a fashionable pup named Oscar.
When Ali is not working, she continues to exercise her devotion to her field by scouring the hottest trends all over Los Angeles and New York. She has been dubbed the new “IT” girl in the celebrity styling world.
AnnaLynne McCord Presents Together1Heart’s Beyond The Veil Ball and discusses with host Erin Mooney the impact of human trafficking awareness. Celebrity interviews include Rachel McCord, Gabriella Wright, Lindsay McCormick, Ali Levine, Anthony Pazos & Kaj Larsen.
AnnaLynne McCord, Matt Lanter, Serinda Swan, Jessica Stroup, Annie Wilson talk to host Erin Mooney about supporting Somaly’s Foundation at a special red carpet cocktail event in West Hollywood to benefit the Somaly Mam Foundation.
Somali Mam, Ron Livingston, Rosemarie Dewitt, Annalynne McCord, Guy Sebastian support Somaly Mam Foundation’s Project Futures. Project Futures global is a new platform where volunteers, activists and young professionals can join together in the fight against modern-slavery. Promoter Chris Talbott of the Cause Effect Agency was responsible for the event.