Rebecca Armstrong is a Toronto-based leather worker, textile artist, seamstress and designer.

After graduating Seneca College’s Fashion arts program, Rebecca saddled into an eco-friendly design boutique, Mari Cla Ro, and sewed for Hillary MacMillan, a Toronto based women’s fashion line. Recently, she has rerouted and begun working close with a furniture leather cladding company. This is where Rebecca has built the majority of her leather skills and techniques, which is apparent in her more recent works.

She occupies her spare time collaborating with aspiring designers and local companies on various creative projects.