Despite achieving tremendous success in her native country, Rucht D’Oleo had dreams that reached beyond her homeland. In 2001, Rucht packed her belongings and set out for a new opportunity in Miami, Florida. She enrolled in Miami International University of Art and Design, where D’Oleo graduated on the honor roll with a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design. In 2006 Rucht D`Oleo had the honor yet again of being named Best New Fashion Designer in Miami.
D’Oleo first collection debuted in stores in the spring of 2006. Her collections can be described as rich in wearable and comfortable pieces, sexy tops, cocktail dresses, casual pants and tailored jackets. All one-of-a-kind pieces made w/ carefully chosen natural materials such as linen, cotton, and silk.
D’Oleo greater achievement is to receive the Key of Miami Dade County from Mayor, Carlos Alvarez during a private ceremony in December 2009. Also her designs has been featured in various local and international media such as the Miami Herald, Daily candy, Florida International Magazine, Miami Dade TV 6 Degrees Magazine, Biscayne Times, NBCMiami.com an appearance on Janice Dickenson Model Agency Reality Show. Rucht D’Oleo also showcased her latest collection at FUNKSHION Fashion Week 2008 where she won “Best Emerging Designer” with her Spring/Summer 2009 Collection and Republica Dominicana Fashion Week with her Resort 2010 collection .She captured the attention of retailers and buyers and fashion editors all over the world at the Coast trade show in Miami and The Americas MartAtlanta PREMIERE in Atlanta, Georgia. She was selected in 2016 as “Top 20 professionals under 40” by Brickell Mag.
In October 2017, she was invited to be one of nine judges for the international Fashion Designers contest, ŁÓDŹ YOUNG FASHION 2017, help in the city of Lodz, Poland. Ms. D’Oleo was selected to evaluate, advice, and judge the participants that submitted their designs to the contest.
Rucht D’Oleo is the author of the first book written in Spanish about the business of fashion “ El Negocio de la Moda” and the creator and director of the Fashion Institute of South Florida.
She also teaches seminars in fashion universities in many cities of Latino America and offers business consulting for Spanish speakers’ designers and fashion brands.