Carolina Herrera's Spring 2010 Collection: van Gogh, Monet, Matisse, oh my!
By Azure Nelson,
Published Sep 10, 2009
This past weekend at New York's Bridal Market, Carolina Herrera wowed fashionistas and artistas alike when she unveiled her Spring 2010 Collection.
Each gown that floated down the runway was a true piece of art, from the Henri Matisse dress inspired by the famed artist's paper cutouts, to the Georges-Pierre Seurat gown which used pointillism as its starting point with a polka-dotted theme. Oh, and I can't forget to mention the fabulous hat the model donned, which was straight out of Seurat's famous A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
Now, I'm a picture gal, so I wanted to show all of you Carolina Herrera's amazing dresses
side-by-side with the work of the artist that they were inspired by. For full details on this exquisite collection, check out OneWed's Wedding News
Which one of these looks is your favorite?? I'm having trouble choosing just one...