Stéphane Rolland to launch first bridal collection
French couturier Stéphane Rolland announced on Friday the launch of his first bridal collection, set to make its debut at New York Bridal Fashion Week.
Dubbed 'Epure', the collection launches with 10 silhouettes that embrace the house’s signature volume and architectural touches, as well as the couturier's favorite materials, such as crepe, duchess satin, gazar, tulle and lace.
The collection ranges from $6,500 to $15,250 and takes six weeks from fitting to delivery.
New York Bridal Fashion Week will take place from April 11 to 14. The collection will also make a second appearance during Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week, from April 21 to 23.
Rolland is one of the only couturiers in the world to perpetuate the tradition of French haute couture know-how. He has dressed the likes of Beyoncé, Céline Dion, Lady Gaga, and Jennifer Lopez.
Most recently, Rolland's work has been seen in several seasons of Emily in Paris, his showroom and collections being those of the character of Pierre Cadault. He also appeared in Bling Empire, and designed Valérie Lemercier's costumes in Aline.
This is not the first time Rolland ventures into new categories. In July 2020, he launched a namesake handbag collection followed by the launch of a first ready-to-wear line in 2021.
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