Oh So Soft: Minnie Rose Intros Sumptuous Spring Cashmere

Welcome springtime in these super-warm, lightweight cashmere pieces...

Minnie Rose cashmere
Minnie Rose was founded by NJ native Lisa Shaller-Goldberg.

If you’re looking to update your closet with a few go-anywhere, do-anything sweaters and other wardrobe pieces, snag an armload of these Minnie Rose goodies. Vivid colors, rainbow stripes, sweet ruffles and luxe minimalism pair well with transitional and warm-weather pants, leggings, skirts and shorts.

Minnie Rose’s latest collection covers this season’s trends because every piece can be layered and dressed up or down. Fresh wardrobe ingredients in the finest cashmere and softest cotton, designed with profound attention to detail, are effortlessly chic.

This luxury cashmere and knitwear brand was founded in 2005 by fashion visionary Lisa Shaller-Goldberg, a Parsippany native. Her career in the fashion industry began years ago when she spent time in the art department of her father’s textile converting company, Tandem Textiles. There, one of her youthful musings became the basis of a print used for popular kids’ clothing retailer, the Children’s Place.

In high school, Lisa became a buyer for a boutique in Livingston, New Jersey, getting an early start on her career. She graduated from the prestigious FIT in NY and became a driving force behind iconic 90s and 2000s brands like Juicy Couture, Camp Beverly Hills, Ugg Australia, True Religion and Hard Candy. In 2005, she founded Minnie Rose, dedicated to her wild-spirited grandmothers who were a strong source of support.

Today, Lisa lives in New York City with her fashion photographer husband, Scott Goldberg, and their two children. Among her celebrity fans are Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, Selma Blair, Jennifer Garner, Eva Longoria, Giuliana Rancic, Alessandra Ambrosio, Lisa Rinna, January Jones, Oprah Winfrey, Vanessa Hudgens and Christie Brinkley. The collection is available at specialty boutiques, Neiman Marcus and minnierose.com.


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