If you are on the lookout for wedding dresses that blend unconventional style with effortless elegance, Rime Arodaky is one of the names that should be on your list. This up and coming bridal designer channels Parisian cool in all her designs, with an uncanny knack for matching gorgeous fabrics — Italian and French lace, macramé, organza and crepe — to clean, contemporary silhouettes. All of the wedding dresses are made in France at Maison Arodaky, which the designer founded in 2011. The Fall 2017 Rime Arodaky bridal collection comprises chic separates and gowns featuring cutout details and quirky floral embellishments:
“Rime’s campaigns speak to women who challenge the status quo, and believe in the emancipation of the millennial woman. Inspired by icons from the 70s such as Jane Birkin and Romy Shneider, as well as, designers like Yves Saint-Laurent and Azzeddine Alaïa, Rime has always challenged the image of the innocent, offense-less bride and turned hers into a wild femme. Disheveled hair, no bouquet, barefoot & fierce… The Rime Arodaky bride is rock & roll yet sophisticated, mixing French savoir-faire and top-notch quality.”
For details, visit Rime Arodaky.
Photography: Greg Finck