This is a live from Paris FW18/19 Fashion Week today, with Elie Saab Ready-to-Wear FW18/19 collection. I’ve been grateful to count Elie Saab amongst my beloved clients for 2 years now and this is a photoshoot that I just did today, realizing the backstage, first look, and campaign for the brand. A wonderful event once more, in the amazing venue of le Grand Palais, in the heart of Paris, and world-class models emphasizing the beauty of this collection. I hope you will love it!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! As we’re all getting ready to celebrate, and gather with family and friends, I just wanted to share a Christmas holiday inspiration, that I have shot at home over the past 2 years. Nothing too fancy here, just the way we spend Christmas with Rime, Juliette and our two trouble makers Vesper and Cashmere. As we’re waiting for the new addition to our family, I wanted to reflect to the past two years, and the interior we love, especially with that beautiful Christmas table designed by our friend Anne Moreau.
Table Design : Anne Moreau
Usually when we think of colorful, it goes hand in hand with whimsical or modern affairs but this inspiration is showcasing a different side to bold, bright hues. Backed by a dream team of vendors including design by Brooke Keegan, florals by Oak & The Owl and romantic gowns with a bit of an edge by Rime Arodaky, this shoot is showing just how elegant and classic a little pop of color can be. Everything just matched perfectly and fitted in this amazing background that is the Santa Ynez Valley.
See more of this wedding inspiration on Style Me Pretty here.
Planning&Design : Brooke Keegan ● Floral Design : Oak&The Owl ● Dresses : Rime Arodaky ● Hair&Makeup : Hair&Makeup Girl ● Videography : La Boheme Life ● Paper/Calligraphy : Studio Luzance ● Wedding Cake : Sweet & Saucy Shop ● Linens : La Tavola Fine Linens ● Rentals : Signature Party Rentals ● Venue : Kestrel Park
I am beyond excited to have present my first cover in a national magazine issue. This is Flutter Magazine Issue #15 with a beautiful editorial photoshoot perfectly designed by Joy Proctor at glorious Château de Vaux-le-Vicomten near Paris. Be sure to order your magazine online here for the full story!
As we just launched the 4th edition of Greg Finck Workshop – which will be held between May 21-24th 2018 in Paris – I am excited to be sharing the editorial that we shot during the 3rd edition last May. We had decided to reinvent Alice in Wonderland fable, with the help of a dream team composed of Branco Prata, Rime Arodaky, Laetitia C., Camille Bonardi, Canigueral, T Bakes Atelier, Pascal Délé amongst others. The objective of Greg Finck Workshop being to always propose photoshoots that differentiate from the market, we wanted to land our own idea of Alice in Wonderland and the Queen of Heart. The world, your reality is ready to be explored and questioned.
See more of this editorial on Style Me Pretty here.
Design&Styling : Branco Prata ● Floral Design : Laetitia C. ● Tabletop : Canigueral ● Hair&Makeup : Camille Bonardi ● Cakes : T Bakes Atelier ● Bespoke Dresses : Rime Arodaky ● Bride's Shoes : Bella Belle Shoes ● Calligraphy : Nice Plume ● Graphic Design : Crème de Papier ● Crown & Hairpieces : Heart of Gold Design ● Cinematography : Pascal Délé ● Media Partner : Wedding Sparrow ● Venue : Les Domaines de Patras
We are excited to announce the 4th edition of Greg Finck Workshop, which will be held in Paris from May 21-24th 2018. After 3 years in Provence, we have decided to move the workshop to Paris for a full Parisian experience. Learn, share, connect and get inspired in one of the world’s most inspiring city, with a team of contributors/speakers composed of Greg Finck, Joy Proctor, Rime Arodaky, Style Me Pretty, Harold James and Floraison. Get immersed in Greg Finck’s studio to learn how to create a luxury brand, target the right clientele, and have a healthy pricing to make a living out of your passion.
Get more information to sign up here.
Designers Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman debuted their F/W 018 Bridal Collection for Marchesa and Marchesa Notte at New York Bridal Fashion Week last Thursday. The line, which is inspired by Marchesa brides through the years, features light textures, dripping florals and romantic drapery. “We were looking at the notion of transformation – the idea that a woman might not want just one look at their wedding and they don’t have time to change. So think of a short skirt getting an overskirt that wraps around to create a gown or a sleeves that come off” said Craig.
New York Bridal Fashion Week is in full swing, and I’m bringing you in exclusivity my images of Rime Arodaky Runway Show, last Wednesday in Greenwich Village. Quoting Brides Magazine: “Rime Arodaky’s Fall 2018 collection are the wedding dresses for cool girls. Inspired by the free spirit in the rock and roll age full of risk-taking women and rule-breakers, this season Rime Arodaky has produced a beautiful collection of intricate lace and beading as a homage to cool-girl tattoos, light-as-air flowing crepe skirts, billowing sleeves and oversized frills designed to swish and swirl as the bride walks down the aisle”.