Did you hear?... Christina De Bernardo and Shannon Parks joinvRoyal Robbins' design team

Christina De Bernardo and Shannon Parks have joined the Royal Robbins' design team.
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Christina De Bernardo and Shannon Parks have joined the Royal Robbins' design team. As the new design director, Di Bernardo is in charge of establishing and maintaining the Royal Robbins brand image and building equity through the design and development of the company’s product lines. De Bernardo was most recently with Polo Ralph Lauren as design director for the RLX division, and has worked for Timberland, L.L. Bean, and Nautica. Parks will work with Di Bernardo and the rest of the design team on the Go Everywhere and Outdoor Lifestyle collections for both men and women. Parks has past experience with L.L. Bean, London Fog/Pacific Trail, and Ashworth.

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