The new ready-to-wear collection from Rime Arodaky
If you dream of emulating effortlessly chic Parisian style on your wedding day, the new ready-to-wear collection from Rime Arodaky could be just what you need. Composed of two new jumpsuits and seven dresses, these fresh contemporary looks fuse Rime's signature easy glamour, impeccable craftsmanship and fashion-forward style. Whether you're looking for the perfect look to tie the knot at City Hall or a fun and flirty second look for your wedding reception, you might just find 'the one' among the latest collection. Scroll on for our favourite styles and see the full collection.
The iconic design of the collection, Schiffer is inspired by the designer's couture styles and is made entirely made of organza and sequins. We love the short balloon sleeves and tulle top embroidered with sequins on organza, which gives a subtle shine. It's a fun and flirty dress that will make you dance all night long!
Like a tattoo on the skin, Shiloh is a total showstopper and will draw all eyes with the exquisite floral embroidered tulle. We love the asymmetrical skirt made voluminous with several overlays of organza and lace with white flowers, tulle and again organza, creating a game of transparency. Just wow!
The editorial piece of the new collection, Popelin is a glamorous version of a classic men's white shirt. This chic and sexy short shirt-dress is made entirely of Mikado, a fabric that gives structure but remains light when worn. We love the details of jewel buttons and the silky satin look.
A gorgeous choice for your rehearsal dinner or evening wedding reception, Kate is an elegant jumpsuit that is both comfortable and sophisticated. What more could you want? We adore the long sleeves and scalloped V-neckline, with illusion tulle modesty.
The ideal dress for a civil ceremony, Bridget is entirely designed in a devoured organza with floral motifs and lined in Mikado to give it structure. The long sleeves with puff shoulders and boat neckline give Bridget an elegance that we just love!
Photography: Greg Finck