Rae Serbeck is perhaps one of the most promising models of his generation. This year alone, he has graced the covers and pages of over 20 magazines across the country and internationally. Besides modeling, Rae is also a published writer in prominent fashion publications and strives to expand his horizons by being published every month. The model has worked with Inspired Magazine, Vanity Wall Magazine, MARIKA Magazine, BLouder RED Magazine, and more.
Rae Serbeck’s recent venture is with ELIXIR BY ROYÈL, a noncommercial, handmade, digital magazine featuring some of the best tastemakers in the industry today. The model has made waves in the modeling community through his distinct way of merging high fashion poses into regular, casual streetwear clothing. The juxtaposition in his strategy has intrigued fashion critics, brands, and audiences worldwide.
Additionally, Rae Serbeck was scouted by ELIXIR BY ROYÈL to write for the magazine’s Roman Holiday issue to tackle bullying. He also wrote for the publications’ High Society issue, talking about racism and antisemitism’s impact on today’s society. On the November issue of the magazine called The Toy Soldier, Rae wrote again about personal human battles and drug addiction. The model knows how to pique the magazine’s readers’ interest as he himself has been in the industry for a substantial time. He now uses his expertise and passion in becoming a voice for the voiceless.
Furthermore, Rae Serbeck is also the founder of Witness Me Clothing Co, a charity-focused clothing brand dedicated to providing a hands-on helping hand for various foundations worldwide. “Every cent of money earned, that isn’t spent on making the clothing itself, will be going straight to the charity focused on for that month,” said the CEO. The designs of the brand also highlight what the charity chosen for a particular month stands for.
Contrary to his success today, Rae Serbeck has to go through a rollercoaster journey to get to where he is today. His story began in 2017 as he tried out for a runway male model position with a Utah Fashion Show managed by L.A. Talent. That marked his first modeling gig. Months later, Rae found himself modeling with a small agency called United Fashion Talent, gaining the opportunity to express himself more creatively.
Soon enough, Rae Serbeck dived into freelance modeling and succeeded, more than he anticipated. It was then that the model started seeing the fruits of his labor financially and earned contracts with multiple brands and companies. Clients quickly noticed his unparalleled work ethic and recommended him to other brands in need of representation. Rae worked with casual clothing, fitness wear, shoe brands, sunglass companies, and men’s jewelry.
Things began to look up from there. “In December of 2019, I was asked by the owner of Inspired Magazine, a local Utah magazine, if they could publish me in their January issue. I of course said yes,” shared Rae Serbeck. Projects soon began flowing in. Rae worked with Buckle for high fashion projects. He also landed his first acting job with Robbie Tripp’s music video for Luka Doncic. Such opportunities were followed by gracing the covers of various magazines and showcasing his talent internationally.
Rae Serbeck found his purpose in building his brand as a model, writer, and aspiring actor. With his multitude of talents, the world is truly at his fingertips.