From the young age of 13, Rosie Assoulin has been exploring the concepts of identity and found a mode of metaphoric representation through designing and fashion.

Through her personal and professional experiences in jewelry, floral, and event design, Assoulin found that every moment is an opportunity to cultivate her perspective. In late 2012, she decisively turned back towards her first love and medium expression, fashion and her eponymous collection made its debut for Resort 2014.

Assoulin's designs transcend category, bridging contradictory concepts and aesthetics to produce collections that are chic, modern and unforgettable. Her design aesthetic toes the line between the romantically fantastical and reliably predictable, with bold cuts and deep, saturated colors.

With skills inherited from some of design’s best such as Oscar de la Renta and Albert Elbaz, Assoulin’s collections are based in technical mastery and incredible pattern, paired with an unmistakable playfulness that belies Assoulin’s fashion pedigree. 



Rosie Assoulin brings opulence to her voluminous silhouettes for her Autumn/Winter 2017 collection with crystallized prints inspired by damask wallpaper and jacquard references. With bespoke damask heat-transfer crystal prints applied to flowing silk dresses, tops and wide-legged trousers, she plays with scale and color, contrasting sumptuous hues of fern green, siam red, opal blue and amethyst.



Deeply hued and vibrant, Rosie Assoulin's Spring/Summer 2017 collection featured bright color pops and sweeping volumes punctuated by playful Swarovski crystal details.



Graphic, yet full bodied, Rosie Assoulin's Autumn/Winter 2016 collection took its inspiration from the likes of contemporary artist Polly Apfelbaum. Simple, feminine prints were peppered with Swarovski crystal detailing in whimsical shapes such as butterflies. Silhouettes flirted with neo-Victorian and 70s inspired hemlines and cuts.



Rosie Assoulin's Spring/Summer 2016 collection featured street-wear looks covered in graphic Swarovski crystal patchwork. Simple shapes and lines characterized the it-girl, urban inspired collection.