Rafaella Rabinovich is an internationally trained costume designer.
Growing up in Tel Aviv, Israel-Canadian born Rabinovich moved to British Columbia to further her career. After attending the Rakefet Levy Design School of the Performing Arts, she received her BA in Costume and Set Design and went on to advanced training in theatrical prosthetic at the German Kryolan Academy in Berlin, advanced pattern making at the Canadian Pacific Academy in Victoria and shoe making at the Israeli Guild of Design.
Rafaella has a diverse career, working across all mediums of film, television, commercials, stage musical and dance, including two different shows with Cirque Du Soleil, and internationally in South America and Europe.
She has designed numerous TV shows, feature films and live performances, with notable networks like ABC, TBS, Lifetime, Discovery Channel, Disney, Netflix and Awesomeness Film.
In 2018, the anticipated Netflix movie To All The Boys I've Loved Before has been released showcasing her highly praised work. In 2018 she has also received a Daytime Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Costume Design for her work on Project MC2 and a Leo Award for Best Costume Design in a Television Movie for her work on Final Vision.
Following in 2019 with two CAFTCAD Award Nomination as well as another Leo Nomination and the prestige honour of The Costume Society of America Design Award recipient for 2019.
In 2019 and 2020 she has completed designing the costumes on Peace based on Richard Bausch's WW2 novel, directed by Robert Port as well as TBS's fourth season of The Detour and Broken Diamonds starring Ben Platt and Lola Kirke directed by Peter Sattler.
She is currently designing the fifth and finale season for EOne/Audience Network series You, Me, Her.