Israeli wedding dress designer Ronen Farache is force to be reckoned with in the wedding industry. He’s blown us away with his creations, and we’re overloading on pictures of his 2012 gowns for you to get your luxurious wedding dress fix.
Because trends and styles evolve over time and the popular ones tend to have staying power, wedding dresses can become to take on the same aesthetic regardless of the designer. Suddenly, every dress has taken on the same silhouette with the same fabric(s) and the same neckline.
From our observations of Ronen Farache‘s current collection and his previous lines, he enjoys taking the “sexy” from certain time periods and combines them into a stunning dress. Like Badgley Mischka did with their Spring 2013 collection, Farache gathers inspiration from the heyday of the 1920s and 1930s when dress backs were mid-cut, leaving allure and sensuality to the onlooker.
He reels in ideas from the conservative 1950s with bateau necklines with empire waists; an ode to the Jackie Kennedy’s of the day. Farache even digs through the fashion of the late 1800s/early 1900s by donning his classic-faced models with skirts reminiscent of petticoats, a lovely reminder of the “Wuthering Heights” era. These skirts, of course, are far more luxurious.
Do you love the “sexy” wedding gown? Or is your taste more modest?