Carolina Herrera Spring 2011

The Harold Pratt House

A homage to the daring style and unique vision of these painters, poets, dancers, photographers, models, sculptresses, and explorers. The individuality, intelligence, and beauty, possessed by these creative women had a significant impact on the world in which they lived. Each has left an uncommon and distinct mark on history which still resonates in our modern world.

The classy, elegance of Carolina Herrera comes out in her well designed yet playful gowns. The Harold Pratt House set the scene for the carefully orchestrated show. From the dimmed shadow lighting to the many details of cascading trains & whimsically flowing organza’s, you were taken back to the era of her muses. The gowns evoked the masterpieces of Georgia O’Keefe, the sounds of Edith Piaf & the romantic writings of Jane Austen.

As with every post this week,
these photos were taken by moi…not bad if i do say so myself.

“Berthe Morisot” – Painter

“Grace Kelly” – Actress/Princess of Monaco

“Georgia O’Keefe” – Painter

“Martha Graham” – Dancer/Choreographer

“Virginia Woolf” – Writer

“Karen Blixen” – Writer

“Louise Dahl-Wolfe” – Photographer

“Imogen Cunningham” – Photographer

“Edith Piaf” – Singer

“Leonor Fini” – Surrealist Painter

“Suzy Parker” – Model

“Sonia Delaunay” – Artist

“Mary Cassatt” – Impressionist Painter

“Emily Dickinson” – Poet

“Jane Austen” – Writer

“Berenice Abbott” – Photographer

“Gertrude Vanderbelt Whitney” – Art Patron

“Camille Claudel” – Sculptor

“Lena Horne” – SInger/Actress

“Anna Pavlova” – Ballerina

“Frida Kahlo” – Painter

“Elisabeth Vigee-le Brun” – Painter

Carolina Herrera
you are an artist and will forever leave a grand impact in the fashion & bridal world!!!
Great show….

From My Hotel Room in New York City,


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