Otto Finn is a sustainable fashion brand that believes in
minimum waste, maximum comfort and authenticity.
Are you crazy busy running from meeting to meeting? Or just working from home?
Either way, we've got you covered.
Rona Chang created OTTO FINN to normalize outfit repeating with a snazzy jacket thrown on top.
She is a mom of two, juggling online learning for her kids, grocery runs, zoom meetings, and running Otto Finn.
Originally from Taiwan, raised in NYC, she studied printmaking and photography at The Cooper Union School of Art.
Her bicultural background and experience growing up in Taiwan and New York City developed her openness to the cultural exchange of ideas. Rona's extensive experience working in a museum environment and working with and visiting many art collections developed her style at OTTO FINN, which emphasizes textiles with stories and bold prints. The Japanese woodblock prints in the Asian Art department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art have served as a source of inspiration ever since she worked with them.
Melanie Yi is our patternmaker and technical details guru.
She helps us make those pockets bigger and deeper.
She oversees production and quality control for a good portion of our products. She has over 25 years of experience in the apparel manufacturing field.
Zoe Grubbs is head of production. She has a degree in Fashion Merchandising, and is an embroidery artist and aspiring sewist.
Riley O'neil is our sustainable fashion summer intern. She also helps out with things such as the newsletter, social media planning, and other marketing efforts.