Curating New Ideas Between Wearer and Maker with Rosetta Getty

Exuding effortless sophistication with only the finest fabrics like Japanese twill, stretch-cade and cotton-poplin, Rosetta Getty curates a collection extenuating separates that bring effortless day to evening wear. Getty uses soft tailoring to masterfully craft elegant silhouettes with sumptuous textures and minimal detailing. Her collaboration with artist Alicia Kwade imbued the idea of mirrors and self-reflection.

“Sometimes you have to look outside yourself to see yourself clearly—and Kwade, mirror-like, seems to have reflected Getty back to herself. In its languidness, its preference for minimal, architectural forms, and its emphasis on rich textures, this collection drew Getty back to the original principles of her three-year-old brand.”

Written by Maya Singer, Vogue

“A self-described tomboy who counts tough cookies like Louise Bourgeois, Patti Smith and the ’70s filmmaker Chantal Akerman as her style icons, Getty pairs most outfits with flats. “Even at night, I try to avoid heels,” she says. Her new line is geared toward women like herself who appreciate elegant, easygoing clothes.”

Written by Karin Nelson, W Magazine

Her experiences as a model at age 14 to fashion school, designing children’s clothing, to a creating a line of Hollywood glam approved cocktail dresses, in-between the births and full-time mommy duties to four children with actor husband Balthazar Getty, all make Rosetta who she is today. Rosetta Getty’s present 3-year passion has been on her mind throughout her time as a full-time mommy and we are excited to bring a thoughtfully and curated collection to Omaha!

In her free time, she also enjoys buying art.

“She purchased her first piece—a Robert Motherwell painting—20 years ago and has since acquired work by James Nares, Wolfgang Tillmans, Olympia Scarry, and John Knuth, a Los Angeles artist whose dappled paintings, created with the help of watercolor-fed houseflies, inspired the palette for her line.

Yet of all the things she’s collected, it is a bundle of love letters from her husband that she prizes most. “I’ll read them, and even if I’m hating him, I love him all over again,” she says.”

Written by Karin Nelson, W Magazine

The focus on fabrications and architectural-like designs in deep universally loved colors like wine red and neutral hues, appeals with an allure of elevated and eye-appealing pieces we love, celebrating a woman’s silhouette with artisanal touches. Come peruse selected pieces now available at

Photo Courtesy: Rosetta Getty