The Women Who Inspire Otaduy’s Collection Of Brides
Otaduy admires a number of women from different eras for their strength and creativity, and they are the perfect inspiration of Carolina Otaduy to design each of the ‘I Do’ wedding dresses. Seventy style designs, very simple and perfect for brides who want to be different.
A wedding dress inspired by Bianca Jagger, model and strong defender of the rights of minorities, and especially of the rights of women. She married Mick Jagger, the leader of the Rolling Stones.
Dress inspired by film director Sofia Coppola and the delicacy of her films, reminiscent of the hypnotic aesthetic of The Virgin Suicides. The fabric is specially designed by Carolina Otaduy for this collection, with handmade flower embroiderers.
Tamara de Lempicka
Wedding dress inspired by the artist Tamara de Lempicka, one of the biggest representatives of the Art Deco style. Her works show women emancipated and advanced in their time.
Top inspired by Benazir Bhutto, the first woman to hold the position of Prime Minister of a Muslim country. She drove to Pakistan twice.
Wedding dress inspired by the second female ruler of modern history, Indira Gandhi. It is famous for being a pioneer of women’s entry into the scenario of maximum government power.
Dress inspired by Rosa Parks, the humble dressmaker who in 1955 defied the racist norms of the southern states of the United States and refused to give the seat to a target.
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Lingerie dress inspired by Brigitte Bardot, one of the great muses of French cinema and the fight for the rights of animals.
Wedding dress inspired by Jane Fonda, one of the most laureate actresses of all time. It is also known for its political activity and demonstrations against wars such as Vietnam or Iraq.
Wedding dress inspired by Kathryn Bigelow, the first and only woman in history to win the Oscar for Best Director and Best Director of the United States Union of Directors Award.
A wedding dress inspired by the Mexican painter and poet Frida Kahlo, one of the first painters to express her feminine identity in her work from her own perspective of herself as a woman. Her art revolves around her unconventional life and her own suffering.
Wedding dress inspired by Amelia Earhart, the first woman to cross solo in Atlantic. In addition, I make the first attempt of air travel around the world on the equator.
Wedding dress inspired by Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman astronaut in history.