Women On Fire

Angeline Khoo (middle), founder of Rosie On Fire, showing off her Kimono Spring Collection with models wearing the rock-and-roll Rosie (left) and signature ombre Hearthrob (right).

Angeline Khoo (middle), founder of Rosie On Fire, showing off her Kimono Spring Collection with models wearing the rock-and-roll Rosie (left) and signature ombre Hearthrob (right).

Rosie On Fire presents a limited-edition Spring collection of va-vavoom kimonos, which is the brand’s first for the year 2017. With this new range, Rosie On Fire aims to inject more drama and glamour in women’s everyday lifestyle.

The Rosie On Fire team travels around Asia and handpick fabrics to be cut to pattern and later sewn to the exact standards. With signature styles defined by their flow and drape, Rosie On Fire provides something for every age, lifestyle and body shape.

“We’re excited to scale our kimono production to meet the high demand we’ve had. We’ve just expanded our marketing and sales team out of North America and operations in London. We’re also working on expanding our autistic engagement and hiring more autistic individuals for suitable roles within the company this year,” comments Angeline Khoo, founder of Rosie On Fire.

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