Rangel is a mother and daughter clothing brand made in Miami and created by Brazilian model Isabela Grutman
You may recognize Isabela Grutman from the modeling world, or as a global philanthropist, a lifestyle influencer, or through the IG of some of her celebrity besties like Anitta and Victoria Beckham. As the wife of Miami hospitality mogul David Grutman and mom of two little girls, Kaia and Vida, Isabela now shares her personal style through a new clothing line, Rangel, for mothers and daughters alike.
Born in the city of Belo Horizonte in Brazil, Isabela credits the sun-filled metropolis (which translates to “Beautiful Horizon”) with sparking her love of nature, which reflects the concept of Rangel, made locally in Miami featuring 100% organic fabrics from Brazil.
“I wanted everything to be local to Miami so that I had full control of the creative process, including the conditions for the people making the garments. Also, I think it’s very important to me to support local businesses and the local community. The fabrics for this collection were made in a factory close to the small town in Minas Gerais where I used to live, and the dolls, too. Everything is very close to my heart, and I love that”, said Isabela in an interview to Haute Living.
The line brings together Isabela’s upbringing and cultural roots with her passion for modern design and fashion, which is now available for women and kids worldwide.