'Bachelorette' Ashley Hebert Will Wear Randi Rahm Gowns

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Hebert, who was booted by Brad Womack on the "Bachelor," will don looks by the New York-based designer when she gives out roses on ABC's reality show.

When Bachelorette Ashley Hebert asks, "Will you accept this rose?" on the seventh edition of ABC's hit reality show, she'll be wearing evening gowns by New York-based couture designer Randi Rahm.

The dental student and natural brunette, 26, who made the final three on last season's The Bachelor show, in which Brad Womack proposed to Emily Maynard, slipped on Rahm's sparkly cocktail dresses and full-length formal gowns almost exclusively for rose ceremony tapings.

"Both Ashley and I love the sexy hugs and curves that Randi’s dresses provide," says costume designer Cary Fetman. "Her looks capture the excitement, glamour and a bit of glitz that makes dressing both fashionable and fantasy."

First up? Hebert chose a dazzling Swarovski crystal-encrusted nude slip gown for the season's premiere where she met 25 eligible bachelors, including a 28-year-old winemaker from Sonoma and a 26-year-old personal trainer from Tampa. The episode will air May 23.

"Ashley is a beautiful young woman and looks simply stunning in the dresses. I wish her all the best for her romantic journey ahead," says Rahm, who also designs a couture bridal collection and has created red carpet looks for Beyoncé, Halle Berry and Eva Longoria.

If Hebert's search for love ends with a walk down the aisle, she could choose a wedding dress by Rahm for her dream day.