Joseph Ribkoff has been a Canadian fashion staple for more than 60 years. Their designs are made for women, and are exemplary in their fits. The brand offers fashion for all ages, and is consistently growing and changing.
Christine and Jess wearing elevated looks from the Spring 2023 collection. Jess is wearing a jumpsuit in classic Midnight Blue, style number 232247. Christine a shift dress in Foliage Green, style number 232116.
Making a Statement
The brand works on three focal points:
- Design with a point of view.
- Empowering fits.
- Continuously reinventing themselves.
Design with a Point of View
The brand consistently makes bold statements while upholding classic looks. Experience is knowledge and this brand hosts both of those. The result: a 'maximalist' art portrayed through fashion. Colours like the Foliage Green or Dazzle Pink are great examples of this. Creating patterns and mixing them amongst other pattern or standout colours, creates a unique piece for each wearer.
Model wearing the abstract leaf print cover up in Black/Moonstone. Style number 232230.
We see many women pass through our fitting rooms to try on Joseph Ribkoff. I can attest that their fits are made for women of all shapes and sizes. They offer empowering images with fabrics and, as their site describes, craftsmanship. With a size range of 2 to 24, the inclusivity is found in the way the pieces make women feel. Offering comfort and elegance with their variety of styles both formal and casual.
All that glimmers! This dress felt fabulous on and fit perfect! Style number 223711.
Joseph Ribkoff has been designing clothes for over 60 years. Yet, the fashion industry is anything but stagnant. Every collection comes with a new slate. They embody the ability to change and grow, constantly reinventing their designs, fabrics, environmental and social processes.
The Scuba Trumpet dress was a hit for all ages! Shown here in Royal Sapphire, style number 223743.
In 1957, the brand was created, first designing women's dresses. By 1978 the need for expansion was imminent. In 1992, the brand expanded to the European market. In the years following, Joseph Ribkoff won the Drapers Award for Womenswear Brand of the Year on numerous occasions. 2017 celebrated The brands 60th anniversary. 2020 saw the incorporation of environmentally friendly fabrics, and 2021 was the launch of the brands occasion wear collection, Joseph Ribkoff Signature.
Store owner, Christine, found Joseph Ribkoff in Kildare Village, Ireland! Wearing a Joseph Ribkoff denim jacket from previous collection.
Code of Fair Practice
Cranberry Collective tries to familiarize themselves with all details regarding ethics with the labels they carry. Joseph Ribkoff utilizes both their own operations and outsources to vendors. The brand has the expectation that their production processes are safe, ensuring an equal environment for all. Labour regulations are intact, as are anti-discrimination and fair working conditions. Joseph Ribkoff is currently in the process of creating a sustainable and socially responsible sourcing program for their raw materials. A code of fair practice is a part of the continuous growth the company makes.
Style 231203, on our mannequin with a bralette and Isla Rae Zodiac necklace.
Last thing I absolutely must include... have you tried the faux leather from Ribkoff? It is literally fabulous! Soft, breathable, and just perfection!
Alaina wearing the Cappuccino coloured leatherette dress as a jacket! Style number 221935. This piece is interchangeable in so many ways!
Finally, the big news. Our Joseph Ribkoff Trunk Show is this week! April 20th from 2 PM - 7 PM. Our fabulous sales rep, Olga, will be there to highlight the hottest styles from Spring 2023 and the top 100 from Fall 2023! Have a look at the upcoming styles before anyone else :). And of course, Christine and I (Jess) will be there to make sure everyone is taken care of and receives fabulous service! Did I mention you get 10% off all Joseph Ribkoff??
See you Thursday!