Rinat Brodach NYFW SS2019

free fall (noun)

1 the condition of unrestrained motion in a gravitational field

Meet Xyrxyz and Pham Follow this story of perfect strangers who  encounter each other and find out they have more in common than their style. It’s a story of identity, community, and freedom.

Watch as they take on the city together in a #FreeFall.

A Plot Twist

The Twist Pants feature the signature Rinat Brodach draping with a deep V in the front perfect for wearing with crop tops or tucked shirts. 

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During New York Fashion Week, we presented our first collection as a unisex clothing brand entitled, “…in progress.
…in progress explores individuality, the nuances of life transitions, and embodies the power of community. In the Hebrew language, the phrase “in progress” translates, “in treatment” or “in therapy.” In this collection, the designer explores and exhibits her own progress both as an individual and as a designer. Partnering some of the brands staple silhouettes with new ones and utilizing new fabrics, patterns, and printing techniques, the designer’s “progress” is sure to be experienced. This collection also marks a milestone for Rinat Brodach as it is the brand’s first as a unisex clothing company.

Rinat Shayna Brodach is an Israeli American, New York-based fashion designer born in Israel to a family of Moroccan and Eastern European descent. Brodach’s desire to be fashion designer and to use fashion as a mode of expression was evident at an early age. Her curiosity for the draping and the movement of fabric led her to further exploration of fashion. In 2005, she relocated to San Francisco to attend the Academy of Art University where she earned a BFA in Fashion Design.

During her senior year at the Academy of Art University, Brodach’s thesis collection gained special recognition, which granted her a year-long scholarship to attend The Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne in Paris. The year following her time at The Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, Brodach worked with a variety of Parisian fashion brands, including the fashion house of Steffie Christiaens. As well, her work was featured in Sally Congdon-Martin’s 2011 book, Emerging Fashion Designers 2. In 2012, she left Paris to settle in New York City, where she founded the brand that now bears her name.

Brodach’s designs effortlessly and selectively enhance the female figure while capturing a gentle interplay between androgyny and sensuality. Her work stems from her extensive knowledge and training in draping, which allows the woman beneath the garment to stand out and draw others in. Woven into each garment is her spiritual identity that exposes the light through darkness. Brodach is committed to a philosophy of truth, integrity, and quality, and maintaining a deep connection to the human soul


 

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