NYBFW ’18 Rime Arodaky Review – Beautiful Styling, Avant Garde Designs, Embodies the Free Spirit

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Showcasing her signature rock'n'roll style, Arodaky sent a mix of dresses and separates down the runway.  Paired to the music that inspired the collection, models embodied the "French Rebel" mantra that glowed in neon at the top of the runway.

Known as a free spirit, Arodaky free style translate to her collections, with a combination of full-length and short wedding dresses perfect for civil, twilight, beach, or a full ceremony. She also designs dresses and separate for the "Bride Gang." 


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And has a line dedicated to making the special day perfect for every person from the youngest flower girls and boys to the bride and groom.

"In the age of rock 'n' roll, there was no limit.

No fear. Riders would race.  No matter what the risk.

This season, our babe embodies these values.

Like a lady rider breaking free from all the rules.

She never does what's expected from her.

She's a free spirit.

Emancipated. Careless. Bold.

A poster child for every rock song.

An unbound soul with wind blowing in her hair…"

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--Rime Arodaky

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. 


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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.

Content by Rime Arodaky, Images by Greg Finck; Art Direction by Janet Walker