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    A behind the scenes look at how Bachelorette Tayshia Adams’ gorgeous debut gowns were made

    Behind the scenes! A look at how Bachelorette Tayshia Adams’ gorgeous debut gowns were made – including THAT ‘gossip’ dress

    Tayshia Adams shocked Bachelor nation with her appearance as the new Bachelorette.

    While we don’t know what to expect from her unprecedented arrival on the show’s 16th season, we do know that she will look amazing. 

    Like many leading ladies before her (Jojo Fletcher, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Hannah Brown and Rachel Lindsay, to name a few) the 30-year-old will be handing out roses donning spectacular creations from the ABC franchise’s favorite couture designer Randi Rahm.  

    Daily Mail talks to the New York-based costumier and gets a behind the scenes look at how her debut looks were made.

    Red hot: Tayshia Adams wowed Bachelor nation with her surprise appearance on the show’s 16th season

    Head turner: 'With multiple layers of tulle and point-espree, along with multiple shades of rich red, this stunning gown highlights Tayshia’s beautiful skin tone and is reminiscent of the iconic rose ceremonies'

    Head turner: ‘With multiple layers of tulle and point-espree, along with multiple shades of rich red, this stunning gown highlights Tayshia’s beautiful skin tone and is reminiscent of the iconic rose ceremonies’

    ‘Tayshia looked magnificent in our flowing Flame Collette dress,’ said Randi. ‘The dramatic red gown is almost as dramatic as this season!

    ‘With multiple layers of tulle and point-espree, along with multiple shades of rich red, this stunning gown highlights Tayshia’s beautiful skin tone and is reminiscent of the iconic rose ceremonies.’

    Decorating the bodice and cascading down the skirt were 3D flower embroideries made up of lace, beads and fabric.

    In the teaser ad, the California native dons another head turning custom creation by Rahm featuring a print that mimics a tabloid magazine.     

    Talk of the town: 'The idea of gossip, clickbait, and social media posts about the bachelorette was the brilliant idea of ABC’s commercial team, who came up with the creative direction,' shared Randi

    Talk of the town: ‘The idea of gossip, clickbait, and social media posts about the bachelorette was the brilliant idea of ABC’s commercial team, who came up with the creative direction,’ shared Randi

    Read all about it: The buzzy headlines and graphics created by ABC's art department were digitally imposed onto the fabric

    Read all about it: The buzzy headlines and graphics created by ABC’s art department were digitally imposed onto the fabric

    Stages: 'We then interpreted this into a theatrical/fashionable vision. The ensemble was chosen way before we thought of the gossip fabric'

    Stages: ‘We then interpreted this into a theatrical/fashionable vision. The ensemble was chosen way before we thought of the gossip fabric’

    ‘The idea of gossip, clickbait, and social media posts about the bachelorette was the brilliant idea of ABC’s commercial team, who came up with the creative direction,’ shared Randi. 

    ‘We then interpreted this into a theatrical/fashionable vision. The ensemble was chosen way before we thought of the gossip fabric. 

    ‘As the concept evolved, so did my design vision, which evolved into the idea to create a one-of-a-kind fabric with the actual “gossip” on the fabric. 

    The buzzy headlines and graphics created by ABC’s art department were digitally imposed onto the fabric.

    ‘We wanted to bring to life the culmination of a rumor mill in a couture way, and thus the tag line for her season 16 Bachelorette promo became – The Rumors End Now.’

    Out of the bag: 'We wanted to bring to life the culmination of a rumor mill in a couture way, and thus the tag line for her season 16 Bachelorette promo became - The Rumors End Now'

    Out of the bag: ‘We wanted to bring to life the culmination of a rumor mill in a couture way, and thus the tag line for her season 16 Bachelorette promo became – The Rumors End Now’

    Most dramatic season ever: Tayshia appears as the new Bachelorette after Clare Crawley chooses Dale Moss

    Most dramatic season ever: Tayshia appears as the new Bachelorette after Clare Crawley chooses Dale Moss

    The tea: 'As the concept evolved, so did my design vision, which evolved into the idea to create a one-of-a-kind fabric with the actual "gossip" on the fabric'

    The tea: ‘As the concept evolved, so did my design vision, which evolved into the idea to create a one-of-a-kind fabric with the actual “gossip” on the fabric’

    Details: The "gossip" skirt was lined with grey tulle to give it volume

    Details: The “gossip” skirt was lined with grey tulle to give it volume

    Not all couture:Tayshia’s baby blue look comes straight from The House of Rahm’s brand new, ready-to-wear At-leisure collection.

    Not all couture:Tayshia’s baby blue look comes straight from The House of Rahm’s brand new, ready-to-wear At-leisure collection.

    While she looks amazing in a ballgown, Tayshia can rock casual clothes, too.

    Her baby blue look comes straight from The House of Rahm’s brand new, ready-to-wear At-leisure collection.

    Retailing at $799, it’s constructed with the finest fabrics and sewn with couture thread. 

    The silk strapless jumpsuit features cargo pockets that are decorated with crystal details, it can be worn from day to night with the switch of a shoe. 

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