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A-Morir Designer Kerin Rose On Wearing Sweatpants To The Club: She barely has time to sleep, let alone party. But despite the fact that she spends most nights in the studio, Rose's amazing nightlife history keeps her in-the-know with the city's more fabulous nocturnal creatures. So, we cornered the daring designer to talk DJs, Grace Jones, and the restorative benefits of glitter.

 

 

THE CUT

Kerin Rose Gold’s luxury, custom-bedazzled eyewear creations have graced the brows of celebs like Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Missy Elliott.

But that’s not the only way this artist-entrepreneur stands out from the crowd: her mane of waist-length, candy-corn orange hair stops cars and puts Jessica Rabbit to shame. While the reactions are mostly positive, it’s both a “gift and a curse to be the girl with the orange hair.”

NYLON

Go Inside The Studio With Kerin Rose Gold And Find Out The Secrets To Her Success (Beyoncé is a fan) - In less than a decade, luxury eyewear designer and founder of A-morir Eyewear Kerin Rose Gold has conquered pop culture. Her career blossomed from the pursuit of her own bliss. In Gold’s case, this meant embellishing a pair of glasses with jewels in 2008 just because she thought it would look cool.

Playboy

Kerin Rose Gold Will Change the Way You Think About Sunglasses—and Maybe Life Itself. Allow us to introduce nine artists and designers who use everything from acrylic paint to their own bodies in the service of pushing the boundaries of beauty. Their creations offer resistance, innovation, delirious escape—and in an age of “alternative facts,” we need it all. These are the New Creatives of 2017.

IVY

“I wanted something I couldn’t find, and I decided to make it.” That’s how A-Morir was born, and — to the surprise of founder Kerin Rose Gold — it quickly transformed into a worldwide fashion phenomenon. Within the first year, Katy Perry, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga had all chased down A-Morir Eyewear to make the brand an international sensation.

 

Invision Magazine

KERIN ROSE GOLD of A-MORIR has made a name for herself as one of the key designers of modern day embellished eyewear, the likes of which we often see on celebrities like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj. Yet, she didn’t initially look to be an eyewear designer. It was while pursuing a master’s degree in costuming history at NYU and working part-time that she discovered her talent for designing beautiful, unique works of art that just happen to be worn on the face! 

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Go Fug Yourself

While tweeting about the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, we discovered that the designer behind Johnny Weir’s glorious lid. Fortunately for us all, Kerin was willing to chat with us about this and in doing so we discovered that she’s ALSO the creative brain behind custom eyewear for the likes of Katy Perry and Rihanna, and other Gaga-ian accessories for the Lady herself. 

 

Daily Mail Online

Behind the lenses! Designer behind A-list-loved sunglasses brand A-morir Eyewear tells FEMAIL how her label became the go-to for stars like Beyonce and Lady Gaga FEMAIL goes behind the scenes with A-morir Eyewear/ Owner and designer, Kerin Rose Gold shares how she made it in the biz, the process of making a pair of sunglasses and more.

 

Freunde von Freunden

With her swathe of bright orange hair, outrageous prints and massive heels, Kerin Rose is a delightful strobe light of every room she walks into. Flaunting a style that melds old Hollywood glamour with flat-out ’90s club kid, she’s classic New York down to her fingertips – which are tattooed with the words “Razzle Dazzle” and “NYC JAP.” Despite looking like the life of the party, Kerin is usually the one leaving early to go home and work.

 

Bond Street

All That Glitters Is Kerin Rose Gold: chatting with the very cool, totally affable New York City creative about the importance of face-to-face interviews, the brilliance of marketing, and the trouble with looking back.