Robin Feuer is a third-generation designer who inherited talent and learned traditional techniques and respect for the craft from her grandmother and mother, both accomplished seamstresses.
Her grandmother came to America from Russia, bringing old-world skills and standards with her. She designed and sewed intricate sample couture dresses from the 1920s through the 1940s. Robin’s mother designed and created wonderful garments, crafted with amazing attention to detail.
Robin began sewing when she was just 14. In addition to the priceless apprenticeship she received at home, Robin attended FIT, the Fashion Institute of Technology, in the heart of New York City’s garment district.
She has won numerous awards in the fashion industry. She is an accomplished designer in both menswear and textiles.
In 2000, Robin’s sister-in-law, an interior designer, asked for her help creating a challenging window treatment. Robin created one of the stunning treatments that would become her trademark, and The Ruffled Window was born.
Interior designers know they can depend on Robin’s in-depth knowledge about fabrics, her creativity in coming up with inventive solutions for difficult spaces and her high standards. They know she will be a creative collaborator who will bring the designer’s vision to life with precision and professionalism.
Ariel Tensen joined RoseHyll Studio after almost a decade in the publishing industry, first at Condé Nast and then at Hearst Magazines. She was the Fashion and Retail Director at Women’s Wear Daily and on the corporate sales team at Hearst, covering both fashion and shelter titles. She brings invaluable insights into the dynamic world of high fashion and modern home design to the RoseHyll Studio team.