Stone Fox Bride founder and designer Molly Guy has teamed up with fashion industry veteran and Iconery co-founder Andrea Linett to design perennially cool pieces that speak to bohemian vibes and romantic femininity—a reflection of the Stone Fox bridal line. Every piece features certified conflict-free diamonds and gems, and is available in rose and yellow 14k gold.
Pictured: Molly hangs with model Caroline Forsling on set while shooting
Perhaps you’ve heard of the (not-so-little) wedding boutique shaking up the traditional search for the perfect dress. Molly, a former fashion magazine editor, founded Stone Fox Bride to give brides a oasis-inspired salon (complete with Moroccan rugs and plants galore) where they could find the perfect dress that combined loose, sexy designs with bohemian elements.
Scroll down to learn more about the free-thinking entrepreneur, her inspirations, and her style. We have a feeling you’ll love her as much as we do…
My self-described style: I’ve got two kids under four, so most days I’m just trying to get out the door…hopefully I look a little bit cool in the process.
My style icons are the three Graces: Grace Jones, Grace Slick, Grace Kelly.
My favorite designers are vintage Chloe, Comme Des Garcons, Rosie Assouline, and Stone Fox Bride.
My design inspiration is the Hindu sun God Surya and the rich perfect cerulean blue of the warm spring sky.
The most surprising thing about me is I can’t stand the scent of any kind of floral perfume.
Favorite vacation destination is the Diggi Palace in Jaipur. Best chai, plus there are peacocks screaming in the trees.
An ideal meal would include oysters, steak frites, the perfect green salad. Chocolate mousse for dessert.
My idea of heaven is drinking iced coffee on my patio in summer while my husband plays Bob Dylan on his high school guitar and my daughters blow bubbles.
My favorite Iconery piece is the Stone Fox Bride Opal Navette Ring is divine.
Opal Navette Ring in 14k rose gold, Iconery
See the full collection here!
As Molly’s favorite saying goes, “May the fox be with you.”