Maybe it’s the fact that she started as an intern, or that she’s a full-time mom and designer, that women all over the nation are inspired. Or perhaps it’s her elegant height and dignified beauty that turned heads last night. Whatever the reason, Rachel Roy certainly left an impression on the crowd of
“I love everything about it. She uses such exquisite details,” said shopper Nina Barreiro, whose favorite piece was a burnished-orange dress with belted waist and feathered collar.
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“The great thing about a woman designing for women, is that she knows what they want,” said Stefanie Zien, Director of Sales and Marketing for
The commitment to effortless elegance is most clearly demonstrated through her blouse-skirt dresses, which give the illusion of two-pieces, and require just a single zipper. A crowd favorite was the Sioux Printed Dress, with a black-tan silk print top and a red-black woven skirt.
“This is what I call an ‘updated basic,’” said the fashionable Carrie Lannon, President of Lannon Communications. “It’s got a basic cut, but completely different textures. I love the colors and the versatility.”
Lannon also admired
As Lannon admired the clothes, she spotted
Stay tuned for our video interview with Rachel Roy!