We admire a serie of women who inspire Otaduy from different eras for their strength and creativity. Discover who has inspired Carolina Otaduy to design each of the wedding dresses from the ‘I Do‘ collection:
Wedding dress inspired by Bianca Jagger, model and staunch defender of minority rights, especially those of women. She married Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones.
Wedding dress inspired by the film director Sofia Coppola and her delicate films, reminiscent of the hyptonic aesthetics of The Virgin Suicides. The fabric was especially designed by Carolina Otaduy for this collection, with handmade embroidered flowers.
Tamara de Lempicka
Wedding dress inspired by the artist Tamara de Lempicka, one of the greatest representatives of Art Deco. Her work protrays emancipated women who were ahead of their time.
Top inspired by Benazir Bhutto, the first woman prime minister of a Muslim country. She was the leader of Pakistan on two occasions.
Wedding dress inspired by the second female head of government in modern times, Indira Gandhi. She is famous for breaking down barriers for women at the highest levels of political power.
Wedding dress inspired by Rosa Parks, the humble seamstress who challenged racist laws in the American South in 1955 and refused to give her seat to a white passenger.