New York, NY, September 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- It’s back to school time, and style lovers take note. This fall marks the retail debut of Rhombus, a new unisex apparel line that calls itself ‘geek chic’ for the digital age. The New York-based fashion label is making the grade with its Fall collection, which features binary code graphics, SAT prints and prep school designs. Rhombus is inspired by technology, maps, science, and math and created for tastemakers influenced by art and architecture, as well as packaging and graphic design.
Rhombus can be found at Neighbourhood Boutique in San Diego (4496 Park Blvd.), Unsung in Washington, DC (www.unsungdesigners.com) and NYPULL in New York (265 Lafayette or www.nypull.com)
Lisa and James Clunie started Rhombus so that they would have something interesting to wear to work. Both designers (she, fashion - he, graphic design) have been looking for apparel that reflects their own slightly nerdy style. Putting their heads together, they came up with the idea for Rhombus. Studious but not stuffy. Fun but not ‘funny’. Cool without all the effort. Stuff for computer kids that like science and math and bugs.
For more information about Rhombus, please visit www.rhombuswear.com.