In Real Life
Get To Know Royl Founder Rachel Rodin in her Curriculum Vitae Q&A
RR: Nude with clear sequins overlaid.
Morning, Noon, or Night?
Uptown, Midtown or Downtown?
RR: DOWNTOWN in my dreams, UPTOWN in reality.
Oscars, Tonys or Grammys?
RR: MTV Music Awards. Keeps me young.
Met, MOMA or Movies?
RR: MOMA, can’t wait to see the facelift!
Football, Baseball, or Basketball?
RR: Baseball, I married a pitcher.
Green Tea, Black Tea, or Herbal Tea?
RR: Green tea ice cream only, please
Sugar, Splenda, or Stevia?
RR: Half a pack of Splenda. Just the right amount of fakeness.
Red, White, or Rose?
Spicy, Salty, or Sweet?
RR: Salty sweet.
Black, white or color?
RR: Black and WINTER white.
Is your closet messy or neat?
RR: BEYOND neat.
Barneys or Bergdorf?
RR: Sadly it used to be Barneys when they highlighted emerging designers more. I’m sort of aimless currently.
What’s your favorite room?
RR: My joined family room and kitchen. It’s where we spend 95% of our time as a family.
What do you collect?
RR: Clothing with stories.
Dream dinner guest?
RR: Someone who lives up to the unattainable standard I have assigned them in my brain. I do have a t-shirt my old assistant had made for me that says “WHAT WOULD KELLY CLARKSON DO?” so maybe there’s your answer. Brandon Maxwell for sure.
RR: I barter styling for home cooked meals. Each Sunday one of my best friends invites us for dinner to hold up their end of the bargain!
RR: All carbs from The Polo Bar.
Talent you’d like to have?
Quality you want to be remembered by?
Best thing about New York?
RR: Diversity in every sense of the word.
What does Considered Luxury mean to you?
RR: Find brands whose story you know and believe in. Even more importantly, place the utmost importance on craftsmanship and attention to detail. That investment in yourself translates in millions of ways from self-confidence, to poise, to credibility.