Rönner Is A Lifestyle Brand Inspired By Everything Equestrian

Rönner creates classic equestrian-style collections with a unique, feminine twist. One of the brand’s main focuses are timeless and whimsical prints, all created for passionate people who love horses.

Rönner is a family-owned business, founded by Ines Rönner and her two daughters, Jessica and Carin. It all started with Ines, who instilled a love for horses in Jessica and Carin. They grew up around horses, and this was the background for their initial inspiration.

“The idea was to create something fresh and innovative to everything we saw in the equestrian apparel market,” Ines said.

Horses and everything equestrian are the main inspirations behind the collections. From Sunday polo events, to classic dressage, to the noble-yet-powerful nature of a horse: these are all the canvases to the Rönner collections.

All the prints are hand-drawn, created by artists, blending feminine elements like florals and blooms with classic equestrian motifs.

The brand has three main lines: ride-leisure, lifestyle, and home and gifts.

Ride-leisure focuses on pieces for optimal performance, such as training tops, polo shirts and show shirts created for riding and sport activities, but also for casual outfits, barn to lunches, and leisurely weekends.

The lifestyle line showcases blouses, dresses, shoes and more for a unique and elegant equestrian style.

The home and gift line features a selection of thoughtful options that make perfect presents for the whole riding family and friends, such as tablecloths, stationery, pouches and more.

Rönner is a female-founded company, by women-for women, and it is very important for the company to have an ethical manufacturing process and a meaningful purpose. The craftmanship is socially and environmentally responsible. All the pieces are made with love, care and sensibility by women head of their homes in Colombia. Most of the textiles and materials used by Rönner are upcycled, and the packaging is eco-friendly.

“This is because we care about who makes our designs just as much as who we make them for,” Ines said.

The brand just launched a special collection in collaboration with noted equestrian Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum. In unison, they created two main prints, one inspired by Meredith’s horse Shutterfly, and the other a classic equestrian icon with tack and florals. The pieces of the collection are classic and elegant silhouettes with unique prints.

“It was very inspiring to design a collection with such an inspiring and talented woman as Meredith,” Ines said. “Her career as a female rider was the perfect match to our philosophy and believes as a brand.”

Rönner hopes to continue growing the business and working to reach passionate people who love what they do and feel identified with a brand that matches their passion.

“With our pieces and prints, we want to make people feel unique and special, and connected with one common ground: the love for horses,” Ines said.

Discover the Rönner collections at www.ronnerdesign.com.