Bridal Fashion: Parisian Wedding Dress Designer Rime Arodaky is One to Watch

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Rime Arodaky, the wild child of couture wedding dress designs, is preparing her 2018 collection for New York Bridal Week and to whet the appetite for the rock and roll goddess meets Parisian sophistication and tradition here's a preview.

It's no secret that fashion girls look to Paris for the latest in cool-girl trends. This is also true for wedding dresses and all things nuptials. The laid-back, effortlessness that is Parisian style has been imagined into the most stunning deigns that include delicate lace and feather light chiffon and two-piece sets & body hugging silhouettes.


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Rime Arodaky's 2017 Bridal Collection stays true to her edgy rock n' roll style. Boho meets silks, chiffon's and lace. The hair is sloppy, bunch-less, barefoot, wild. The bride Rime Arodaky is rock' n roll and sophisticated. 

All dresses are hand made in France using the finest lace, macramé, organza and crepe, the atelier de Arodaky expertly design the wedding dress for the woman who challenges the status quo. The Rime Arodaky bride is rock'n'roll yet sophisticated, mixing French savoir-faire and high-end quality.

Who is Rime Arodaky

Immediately after graduating from the Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris, Rime Arodaky quickly worked as a junior designer for Maisons Sonia Rykiel and Dice Kayek. It is in 2010 that Rime Arodaky begins to share her inspirations and desires, and to create her first wedding dresses in the form of unique pieces. 

Attracted by the world of marriage, she creates her blog"Lalovelist", which brings her first clients to her. 'Lalovelist' is her journal, a reflection of a free, sexy, avant-garde and modern bride. Rime Arodaky's main goal is to break the codes of traditional marriage by creating unique pieces reflecting his freedoms.

She created her House in 2011 in the heart of Paris, her hometown. Rime Arodaky is for women who defy the status quo and believes in the emancipation of these. Inspired by 1970s icons like Jane Birkin and Romy Schneider, but also creators like Yves Saint Laurent and Azzedine Alaïa, Rime wished to challenge the innocent image of the bride and make her more fatal & rock, be it through its campaigns or more singular cuts.

In October 2016, the Maison presents its new 2017"Mystical Love" collection during the Bridal Week in New York, opening to the American market by adding several sales outlets in North America.


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Since 2015, Rime Arodaky has added a ready-to-wear collection to her bride line targeting young women hoping to prolong their marriage during their honeymoon, the rehearsal dinner, tomorrow's brunch and many other occasions related to the celebration. It sells exclusively on the online shop of the House, as well as at online retailers such as Shopbop and Net-à-Porter.

What's more, Arodaky is a firm believer in ethical fabric sourcing. As an avid supporter of animal rights and environmental issues, Rime Arodaky does not use any animal skin, nor elements tested on animals (they say no to wool, feathers, fur, silk, leather) in the making of their creations.

She showcases her 2018 Collection at New York Bridal Week, October 4, 2017.

Images courtesy of Rime Arodaky.