OAKLAND, Calif. (Mar. 27, 2012) – Myrrhia’s Fine Knitwear:  Guiding Fashion Enthusiasts Towards Self-Actualization

From local buzz to the attention of top fashion blogs, Myrrhia Fine Knitwear is making a statement in the industry with the release of its Fall 2012 line.

The brainchild of entrepreneur Myrrhia Resneck, Myrrhia Fine Knitwear has now expanded into the wholesale market and is shipping orders to North America and Europe. 

The Myrrhia Fine Knitwear Fall 2012 collection includes vests, sweaters and dresses of radiating patterns that symbolize the dynamic energy that is found within each and every one of us. You can view the collection here:

“Human creativity itself was the inspiration for the collection,” explains founder Myrrhia Resneck. “Neither flashy nor understated, each piece is designed to foster self-expression.”

Each Myrrhia Fine Knitwear garment is loomed from 100 percent soft worsted merino wool, spun in Springvale, Maine and finished by Andari Fashion, Inc., near downtown Los Angeles. Unlike cut and sewn garments, every MFK piece is knit to shape, which means no offcuts in the landfill.

Available in a variety of colors and tones from cool violets, warm oranges, and formal neutrals, MFK’s Fall 2012 line is designed to skirt a line between the stylishly casual and the soberly formal. 

Founded in 2010, Myrrhia Fine Knitwear is headquartered at the 25th Street Collective, a small business incubator for sewing entrepreneurs in Oakland, California. Its initial success grew from exposure at Oakland’s Art Murmur street market though today it’s shipped globally to customers.
Myrrhia Fine Knitwear website: http://www.myrrhia.comMyrrhia Resneck can be contacted at: The 25th Street Collective website: