Introducing the ‘Bride Gang’ by Rime Arodaky – Bridal Designer Rime Arodaky Brings her Signature Style to Bridesmaids.
Following her expansion into RTW with the launch of her ‘Rehearsal Collection,’ bridal designer Rime Arodaky is expanding her offerings once again with the introduction of her ‘Bride Gang’ collection of bridesmaid’s dresses. Including dresses and jumpsuits, the collection retails between $30 and $420.
Bride Gang by Rime Arodaky Bridesmaid’s Dresses Collection
Sticking with her signature style, the collection was created as a way for the bride’s gang to get in on the Rime Arodaky aesthetic. Featuring bare backs, embroidered tulle and daring cuts, the collection of black, blush, cherry and army is feminine and timeless. The collection also features a signature ‘bride gang’ tee, perfect for getting ready pre-nuptials.
On the collection, Rime says, “Find your tribe, love them hard. Along the journey, we form a bond with not only our bride, but also her ‘gang’, these groups of women who accompany her from A to Z; so, we thought we’d show them appreciation and dress them along the way.”
The Rime Arodaky bride gang is the ultimate in effortless chic and features the perfect looks to send your loved ones down the aisle.
About Rime Arodaky:
After graduating from l’École de la Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris, it wasn’t long before Rime Arodaky started working as a junior designer in reputable fashion houses such as, Sonia Rykiel and Dice Kayek. In 2010, Rime started sharing her wish lists, inspirations and first creations, as well as her personal perception of weddings and marriage; which quickly made her blog ‘Lalovelist’ an instant success. ‘Lalovelist’ shared Rime’s vision of the liberated bride who’s sexy, edgy, as well as, modern. Rime Arodaky aims at breaking the barrier of what a traditional bridal world is supposed to look like, one creation at a time.
She founded the Maison with the help of her team in 2011 in the heart of Paris, her hometown. 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.
Since 2015, Maison Rime Arodaky has embarked on a new journey by developing prêt-à-porter collections destined for young women who have a zest for life, and wishing to extend their wedding experience to include honeymoons, rehearsals, brunch… Rime Arodaky prêt-à-porter collections are exclusively sold on the website, and at selected online retailers such as Shopbop and Net-à-Porter.
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