In case you didn’t already know, any white garment is a wardrobe staple. Its ability to tie together a chic and sophisticated look is always underestimated mostly because of its susceptibility to stains; however, this isn’t stopping Vancouver-based designer, Ramin Jaswal.

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Ramin’s creative eye for design started at a young age when she started recovering fabric scraps and transforming them into clothing for every little girl’s princess— her Barbie doll. She remembers having a connection with trends she saw on television and incorporating them into her own wardrobe. Experimenting with clothing she already wore, Ramin would change outfits by cutting them in new places to create a unique, transformed style.

Inspirations are drawn from a variety of historical life moments— among them, accessories, classical movies, or even music. “Music is a big party of what I do; sometimes when I listen, I find myself envisioning a personality or a character, and suddenly things, ideas, and patterns, just start coming to me,” Ramin mentions.

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Haus of Rimmy’s most recent collection offers an array of off-white light and flirtatious options featuring a mix of tops, skirts, and dresses. Freshening up Spring/Summer with an all white palette, the collection exemplifies feminine detail with sheer fabric, lace, and tulle.

A reflection of her lifestyle is characterized throughout every piece. This is commonly represented through cut outs and slits, remembering the days when Ramin altered her own clothing during her youth. Crisp shades of white are inspired by the anticipation of Vancouver’s warmer months, where she was born and raised. Lavish, skillfully created executions are representations of the visions she’s accumulated from her iconic life moments.

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Encouraging women to embrace their inner goddess, Haus of Rimmy’s newest collection will inspire you to radiate confidence while wearing your wardrobe staple: the white garment.

The collection will soon be available at

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