Rock chicks, bohemian brides and stylish elopers, this one’s for you.

Rime Arodaky’s 2014 collection is sultry, seductive and stylish. Both edgily modern and sweetly retro, these dresses are timeless, chic, and downright sexy.

Ever since we spotted this breath-taking Almost Famous-esque shoot, to showcase the collection in all its sixties-rock gorgeousness, we’ve been dying to share it.

From bohemian baby doll short dresses and irresistibly captivating full length gowns, this collection has it all. Provocative lace cut-outs meet conservative long sleeves and pretty detailed necklines, collide with plunging deep-V backs.

Add in some beehive-worthy back-combing and kitten flicks on the eyes, and you have yourself one of the most desirable bridal collection inspiration shoots we’ve seen. We’re not just lusting after the dresses this time, everything about this shoot is hot!

It’s Nancy Sinatra, it’s Dusty Springfield, and it’s a little bit of Kate Moss thrown in for good measure… Enjoy!

Seriously, how stunning are those dresses? How incredible is the styling? How ravishing are that pair? Swoon, swoon, swoon.

I think these wedding dresses would be perfect for a chic city wedding (We’re thinking an NYC rooftop, at dusk?) or an utterly romantic European elopement (Rome in the late spring, perhaps?). I reckon we’ll see a few low-key A-listers looking to this French designer for their weddings too, her dresses have such a casual elegance about them.

You’ll find pricing and stockist information on Rime Arodaky’s site and check out her 2014 Lookbook, for a more stripped-back gaze of this heavenly wedding dress collection.

For more wedding dress coveting, see our other 2014 Bridal Collections + peruse our Wedding Dress board on Pinterest. 

Credits; Photography: Michel SedanJonas Bresnan, Greg Finck Photography and Dung Vo, Vovies Photography. Artistic Direction: Agence M/B. And Special Thanks to: Bijoux Harpoarts&facts, Studio CBE, Hôtel Jules & Jim, Camille Arnaud, Candice Evans and Diane Servant.