The Rise of Trans-Seasonal Fashion & Why it's Perfect for Office Style
At Rose & Willard, we've always been committed to creating trans-seasonal office fashion. We don't design to seasons. Rather we cater to suit our customers' lives. Our aim has always been to create solutions for busy, professional women who have demanding careers and who need a versatile work wardrobe to rely on. That's why we choose to make washable, crease-resistant office styles. It is also the reason we design and create officewear that will transition across seasons and throughout demanding days.
Why We Need a Better Way of Talking About Equal Pay
I’ve grown to dislike the term ‘equal pay’. Without doubt women deserve to be paid the same as men for the same job role and performance but it is the argument that stands against them. ‘Equal pay’ has an underlying tone of ‘it’s not fair’ which is a weak position from which to negotiate. I would argue that women should instead centre the discussion on what they're objectively worth, irrespective of gender.
Why Employers Should Hire Women With Children
Rose & Willard believes in supporting flexible working for women. Our studio manager, who started as an intern after a career change, works hours that accommodate her family commitments. Her role is supplemented by a junior who benefits from taking on more responsibility. We believe hiring women with children adds value to companies and the economy.
A Slow Fashion Office Wear Label for the Contemporary Woman
Rose & Willard offers beautifully-crafted, enduring luxury workwear for the modern, professional woman - a woman who knows what she wants & stands up for what she believes in.
Ethical, sustainable, trans-seasonal fashion for the office that is designed & created to last years not seasons.
We feature honest imagery & model diversity as part of our commitment to help drive empowerment and equality for women.
We pledge to keep our carbon footprint to a minimum to help protect the environment.
Our name means Feminine & Bold - a description that embodies the Rose & Willard woman.