Soul Mate or Solo Mate? Brooklyn native Ronald found his Dyson to have quite the tab thanks to his wife, who likes designer his shoes. But his partner’s spending habits awakened his own passion for fashion. He initially left New York to study architecture in Virginia. Eventually he ended up running a successful construction business. Dyson still runs that company today, but he couldn’t deny his dream of designing fashion.
“I’ve decided, let me contact you again. [with the] Fashion is part of my passion and something I always wanted to do,” he said. “That’s why I researched. I started researching some of the major luxury designers, or the types of fabrics they use and different manufacturers. took about three years.”
In 2019, the self-taught Dyson rolled the dice with his fashion brand, Ron Dice. Growing up in the church, he always wanted to make shoes with golden soles that symbolized the scriptures about the streets of heaven paved with gold. Dyson had a small success, but his pandemic struck quickly.
While others learned to bake and play musical instruments, he understood the intricacies of intellectual property law and secured a long-term patent for gold-soled shoes. Dyson soon branched out into designing his clothes as well, compelled by the tailored suits his late father always wore. He focused on women’s work and soon put him on the map with several photoshoots. Today, he has over 130,000 followers on the brand’s Instagram @officialrondyce.
“From 2021 to now, I’ve been featured in over 60 fashion magazines more than 100 times in that short period of time, so I’ve gained some popularity,” says Dyson. “People love my design and style.”
Last year, thanks to the brand’s early success, he presented a women’s collection at New York Fashion Week. This year, Dyson will have his own show on his February 12th in Brooklyn. He hopes to present an “ultimate collection” featuring all four seasons. This is New York City, after all.
In his East New York studio, he previews his work. Dyson pulls out three complete racks of everything from dazzling dresses to smart corduroy suits to his jackets. What is his personal favorite work? He chooses his two blazers. One boasts a bold animal print. The other shimmers like fish scales.
“I’m here to set the record straight that we’re really, really going to take this fashion by storm,” Dyson said.
Ronald Dyson clothing can be found at http://www.ron-dyce.com/.
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