Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The temptation of Roh’s universe

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Photo Credit To Dinah Sackey / Rohmir

2015 Maddox Street Rohmir 1re’s something seductive about leather, lace, and diamonds. There’s certainly the assumption of luxury, and exclusivity. The Rohmir label is no stranger to luxury – think ‘Chanel lace and patterns produced in limited runs‘ level of luxury.

A visit to the Rohmir store in Maddox Street, Mayfair, is like entering Aladdin’s cave of wonders. There’s a feeling of intimacy, especially when Olga, Rohmir’s Creative Director, is there. I’ve written before about the gravitational pull of her personality. She has a seemingly endless well of energy that drives her busyness and her business.

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On this occasion we talked about her ‘Dolls’ collection, an imaginative creation born of her childhood memories of building fantasies from magazines, for her own dolls. The collection is simply beautiful. Up close and personal the workmanship, the materials, the contrasting colours, the prints, and the shapes, they are all exquisite and days could be lost just indulging in every single piece. Furthermore there’s a Rohmir children’s collection, So Charlaine, named after her daughter Sophia. The same attention to detail, the same exclusive fabric, just designed for your little fashion diva in your life. Instant love affair!

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In our conversation one thing that Olga made clear was the shift in the labels pricing structure. The adjustment is to widen the scope of Rohmir’s customer base to include those who love luxury, and quality, at affordable prices.

Great news for fashionista’s, stylista’s,and instagrammers everywhere!

It’s always hard to choose your favourites from a collection you love but here goes;

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There’s so much more to see. 

Find what you love.

About The Author

Self confessed workaholic, serial entrepreneur, fashion fiend, fitness freak, and mom of 2; Dinah is the Editor of 72M Magazine, owner of The Freperie, and proudly INTJ!

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