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Feb. 04, 2020 - 2:36 - Angelrox founder and designer Roxi Suger talks about her clothing products which are made from plant-based resources in the U.S. and can be worn in different styles.
hollywood life hd
hollywood life hd
for stylish comfort angelrox offers a sustainable plant based collection of gift guide essentials
forbes
forbes
suger says she was committed from the beginning to using sustainable, plant-based fabrics, based on comfort as well as “impact on the Earth.” Her primary fabric is bamboo.
downeast
downeast
Designer Roxi Suger is leading a quiet revolution in women’s fashion, one that emphasizes softness and support over fussiness.
couture for the modern-day mom, down east magazine
couture for the modern-day mom, down east magazine
Roxi’s stores and clothing line are a nod to our state’s textile heritage while being an example of the kind of business that will make our future a bright one.
new england made, WLOB
radio interview with roxi and other maine makers
new center maine - maine moguls
new center maine - maine moguls
Fashion designer and owner of Angelrox clothing. Suger runs two stores in Maine, one in Biddeford and a more recently opened store in Portland, both of which are named after the artist herself- Suger. 
designer revives a textile tradition – making clothes along saco river
designer revives a textile tradition – making clothes along saco river
“You feel it in the air. It’s steeped in that New England manufacturing tradition,” she said. “You can feel a little of the sorrow, but also the hope and energy of creating in this space.”
made in maine - angelrox - WMTW
made in maine - angelrox - WMTW
There is a new women's clothing maker in Maine who left the glitz and glamor of New York City to relocate to Biddeford.