Sunday, November 8, 2009

Inside Look at Fashion Line ROARKE

ROARKE is a line of uniquely crafted necklaces and bracelets made from beaded chiffon and heavenly materials. The accessories are an innovative way to bring a touch of glamour to daywear and evening alike. Designers Mignonne Gavigan and Laetitia Stanfield met with KiptonART style maven Zev Eisenberg and answered a few questions about their designs, the must haves for winter, and favorite New York spots.

Where does the name ROARKE come from?
The name ROARKE comes from a mutual love for our favorite protagonist in literature - Howard Roark from Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead. We wanted a strong name and we loved what the character stands for and how he defies societal norms.  He never compromises his imaginative designs and we want our customers to understand that we feel the same way about our designs.

Read the full interview in the KiptonART Online Magazine!
Kipton Cronkite Approved.
Image courtesy of ROARKE.

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