Robyne Robinson, the designer behind jewelry company Rox Minneapolis, will be at Omorphia in Excelsior for a trunk show of her latest collection this Wednesday.
Robinson, an award-winning Minneapolis news anchor and former art gallery owner, designs her own pieces, and has been creating jewelry since age 12.
Self-taught, she started Rox Minneapolis in 2003, and was discovered by Ralph Lauren’s CEO Frank Guzzetta, who appreciated Robinson’s artful use of pearls, metals, and exotic, semi-precious stones from countries she’d visited while traveling.
Robinson now sells her work at boutiques throughout the Twin Cities metro area, as well as Santa Fe, N.M., Florida, Athens, Greece and the Caribbean.
Rox Minneapolis is also showcased at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
The company has enjoyed extensive press coverage. To name just a few, the designs have been featured on Twin Cities Live, The Tyra Banks Show and WGN-TV Chicago and national publications such as Seventeen and Cosmo..
Omorphia invites guests to meet Robinson and get a sneak peak of her newest creations, and additional details about the event have been posted on Facebook.