After helping countless celebrities get red carpet-ready, stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe is now turning her focus to brides. The designer announced on Monday that she’s launching her inaugural bridal collection, out for preorder starting Tuesday, September 5.
“Since the launch of my first collection, I’ve included white in every season…probably with the subconscious intention to dress brides,” Zoe said in a press release. “It’s that euphoric moment that’s always inspired me.”
Zoe’s debut bridal capsule collection includes a mixed range of silhouettes and fabrics, including lace and organza gowns, as well as an off-the-shoulder piece trimmed with pearls and ruffles. She even designed a backless column gown aimed for the glamorous bride.
In an interview with The Knot last month, Zoe actually touched on the topic of weddings—especially her own to Berman. The couple married in February 1998 in a black-tie ceremony at the Rainbow Room in New York City. “It was a whole formal, huge thing,” Zoe told us at an LG QuadWash event. “We were so wrapped up in our careers at the time we were like, ‘Should we just go to Europe and disappear?’ My dad was literally like, ‘Not happening. If I’m handing over my daughter this is gonna be like a big thing.’ My parents really wanted it. My dad especially.”
Nevertheless, it was a memorable occasion. “I just think that the party didn’t end. Everyone just stayed up all night dancing… having fun,” said Zoe. “It was awesome. You know what it was? I think it was like this big and beautiful wedding, but there was so much love in the room that it was still very warm.”
Berman and Zoe also touched on their plans to renew their wedding vows, though he isn’t quite as thrilled with the idea. “I’m very superstitious. We’ve had an amazing marriage, like why are we f**king with it? Sorry, for cursing,” the doting husband told us at the same event.
Zoe, however, was more adamant about a second wedding. “It could be anything from us in St. Bart’s with a small group of friends or it could be a really beautiful, bigger thing probably in L.A.,” she noted. “Maybe in Malibu on a bluff or something really magical like that.”
The stylist’s eight-piece collection will range from $595 to $1,000. It will be available for preorder on Tuesday, and out for delivery in February 2018. See the rest of the line below.