Kerry Nixon will be aiming for a young contemporary look for those charged with carrying the medals awarded to the athletes.
Ms Nixon's work will be seen by millions of television viewers around the world. She said: "Glasgow is such a stylish city and for me to be able to showcase my designs as part of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on an international stage is such an amazing opportunity.
"I will be aiming for a really contemporary, youthful and stylish look which reflects the ethos of the Glasgow 2014 Games.
"The Games are going to be a really fun time for Glasgow and it is a real privilege for me to be involved in something like this in my home town.
"I will be looking to create something which is very memorable and reflects Scotland."
Ms Nixon, whose designs will be unveiled next year, attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, graduating in violin and electronic music, before switching to fashion. She is known for her love of Scottish textiles.
Celebrity clients include Gemma Arterton, Kirsten Dunst and Siena Miller. The medal bearers' jobs include leading procession members to the podium and carrying medals given to athletes.
David Grevemberg, Chief Executive of Glasgow 2014 said: "It is a real coup for us to have Kerry on board.We are delighted to be working with her and know that she will bring something truly unique and stylish to the Games.
"We have admired the work Kerry has done in the past, in particular her collaborations with the textile industry in Scotland and the incorporation of Scottish fabrics into her design."
He added they were really excited about seeing the final designs.