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Talking Top Tens: Ramy Brook

Founder of Ramy Brook

10.09.17

Founded in 2010 and based in New York City, Ramy Brook Ramy Brook is a contemporary womenswear brand designed for a woman by a woman. Through Ramy’s signature use of silk fabrics, lively colors, and sophisticated silhouettes, the collection is meant to be a day-to-night solution in a woman’s wardrobe. Ramy’s designs are inspired by the alluring, strong women she has admired through her life who demand a timeless, elegant and versatile wardrobe. Her clothing evokes an uplifting, happy, and playful attitude, all while highlighting the sexiness and confidence of the woman who wears it. Ramy lives in New York City with her husband, three children, and Golden-Doodle puppy Baxter. To learn more about Ramy and her signature line, check out her following top 10 essentials and follow her on Instagram and Facebook.

And more with Ramy Brook…

What do you love most about your work:

It’s exciting to learn new facets of the industry as it changes and shifts. One of my favorite parts of my day-to-day is checking out the design prototypes as they come in—to see an idea born from a sketch into an actual garment is a very rewarding process.    

One piece of advice you would give your 18­-year-­old self:

It will all work out, one way or another.  

Your go-­to power outfit:

Black pants and a silky, sexy top. We have so many great pants at Ramy Brook; our Allyn, Iris and Lincoln styles are absolute musts. 

Your motto in life:

I apply this motto to all aspects of my life but it was especially relevant when I started my business. Plow through walls, trust your gut, and don’t listen to those that say that you can’t. 

What is something that recently moved you:

The incredible way that the everyone rallied to help those in need in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. 

What is the best gift you’ve ever received:

My kids. 

At 9am each day, you are:

I love to work out and often take classes with my friends so that it is both social and productive. My two favorites are SoulCycle or Barry’s Bootcamp, though recently I have become obsessed with Tracy Anderson.  

Your favorite restaurant for brunch and your go-­to order:

There is a great diner on the Upper East Side, Gracie Mews. I love their Greek Salad with chicken, though everything is delicious. 

Your longest lasting friendship:

My sisters, who were my built-in best friends since birth. We are all still very, very close. 

What’s a trend you predict will catch on this year:

Low cut tops that you can wear sans bra. We have a bit of a 70s vibe at Ramy Brook so we are all about letting it hang loose.