2015 Wedding Dresses by Rembo Styling!

2015 Wedding Dresses by Rembo Styling!

2015 Wedding Dresses by Rembo Styling!

Rembo Styling is a Belgian bridal brand with a fresh, modern and relaxed look for the contemporary bride. A Rembo Styling gown would not look out of place in the bohemian setting of a barn or glamping site, but can also add a relaxed air to a more formal church wedding. The company works with a collective of four creative designers to produce a broad collection of gowns for the fashion forward bride.

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“The starting point for our designers is the bride of today: a dynamic, fashion conscious young woman who knows what she wants. Her bridal gown must match her wishes and personality. Bridal fashion should be fully-fledged fashion. That’s why we opt for innovation every year. As a trendsetter we’re ready to take risks. That’s how we continue to surprise brides with creations that have never been seen before. We give our designers creative freedom.

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The result is four authentic styles, signed by as many designers.” Werner De Vlieger owner Rembo Styling

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Rembo Styling 2015 Designer Collections: Four Designers, One Brand

Les Adorées by Cephas

The Taiwanese designer, Cephas, a former student of the famous London fashion college Central Saint Martins, has created a compact capsule collection for Rembo Styling.

Cephas went back to basics to show his vision of the contemporary bride. “I strive for a feminine silhouette with which a modern bride can identify. The embroidery makes the difference, but is carefully dosed so that the result is never overdone. This is a new form of light luxury” comments Cephas.

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Les Flous Chics by Amarildine

Géraldine Simonnet, the designer of the Amarildine collection, launched her first capsule collection for Rembo Styling three years ago. Her fresh, unaffected style was a big hit. This season the Paris based designer has produced a rather graphic collection.

A recurring element in this collection is the deep V which, while sometimes plunging to the waist, is never provocative thanks to the use of transparent layers. “Clothed nakedness” is an element the designer plays with frequently in this new collection and there is a great deal of attention on the back of the gown.

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La Folie Douce by Manon Pascual

Manon Pascual’s style could be described as “natural romanticism”. Manon, who has her couture studio in Bordeaux, started designing gowns for Rembo Styling last year.

Romantic brides in search of an exclusive look love her unique style. For the 2015 collection she created 20 bridal gowns, including five short dresses. Some of the long dresses have a low waist, a modern interpretation of the gowns of the nineteen thirties.

Lace plays a central role in this collection. Sometimes she combines a pastel-coloured base in sea green or soft pink with a top layer of ivory-coloured lace, which makes for a very subtle colour effect. For Rembo Styling she has had an exclusive lace developed with a pair of birds.

“The collaboration with Rembo Styling was a lucky coincidence and is going extremely well. The people at the Portuguese workshop understand exactly what I mean and the gowns are finished with the greatest care. As Rembo Styling looks after the coordination and distribution, I can concentrate one hundred percent on the creation. This collection allows us to meet the demands of brides who are looking for original, refined styles but don’t have the budget for haute couture.” Says Manon.

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Secret Passion by Ruth D.

Ruth did a Bachelors in Fashion Technology in Ghent and then Fashion and Styling in Antwerp. She joined Rembo Styling immediately after her studies and got to know the company by taking charge of some of the smaller tasks to begin with. After her compact collection enjoyed a lot of success last year, she was given the opportunity to design a bigger collection.

For the 2015 collection she uses guipure lace, a material that is automatically associated with haute couture. “I like to combine different materials and take care to ensure that gowns never become too heavy. Comfort is very important in my opinion; a bride should feel good in her gown. The pattern and sewing departments and the creative team are perfectly in tune with each other. This is vital to achieve good results.” Says Ruth.

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At the head of the creative department of Rembo Styling is Alden Misolas. He is a graduate from the Antwerp Fashion Academy and he knows the bridal sector inside out. Alden coordinates Rembo Styling’s various capsule collections, so that they all form one broad, creative offering.

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Rembo Styling is owned by the same company which owns Marylise Bridal . The company headquarters is based in Herentals, Belgium, not too far from Antwerp. The manufacturing is completed in the company owned, purpose built factory in Portugal allowing complete company control of all elements of the manufacturing process from design to delivery.

The company prides itself in offering the highest quality gowns, made in the EU, with cutting edge design at an affordable price point. Rembo Styling gowns are stocked in a selection of independent bridal retailers throughout the UK and Ireland.

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    Very elegant boho!

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