Designer Nishika de Rosairo Discusses Women Empowerment, Ethical Fashion & Human Trafficking

The words “cool” and “corporate” don’t usually co-exist in women’s fashion. The same often goes for “made in America” and “high-end.” Nishika de Rosairo is determined to change both paradigms. A consultant for nearly a decade of major brands like Apple, Cisco and Levi, she quit her traditional corporate career to apply her business acumen to launch her new socially-conscious label dE ROSAIRO (pronounced 'day ro-zai-ro'). A fashion lover from a young age, she has been sketching designs since she was a little girl, growing up around the globe in Zambia, Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Recently, I met de Rosairo in San Francisco, wearing her brand’s Power Slacks (which have become my must-have winter staple), to chat more about the young label and its robust vision for women.

Katherine Bond

Katherine Sutton Bond is a freelance travel and luxury item writer for She's traveled the world and sampled some of the leading hotels and destinations of the globe. She often covers luxury events and technology. ...(Read More)

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