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Bridal Fashion Week: Carolina Herrera

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Designer inspiration: The fantasy of romance.

I caught up with Mrs. Herrera after the show to get her thoughts on the collection. She said she really wanted to design different gowns to reflect the unique personalities of different brides. Whether it's a relaxed or black-tie affair, a first or second wedding, the women of today really helped inspire her new collection. Each gown is special -- just like each bride.

She chose to contrast traditional fabrics with surprising materials such as duchess satin color-blocked with pale dove and Champagne hues. The embellishments were quite luxurious as well. The show was so inspiring that it's hard to pick a favorite dress. Let's just say, I loved them all!

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The overall look was so beautiful. Yann Varin, of Yann Varin Salon in New York City, did the hair and specializes in updo styles.

1 The overall look was so beautiful. Yann Varin, of Yann Varin Salon in New York City, did the hair and specializes in updo styles.

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It's a great idea to have your hair stylist nearby until you go down your own runway -- the aisle.

3 It's a great idea to have your hair stylist nearby until you go down your own runway -- the aisle.

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Mrs. Herrera's inspiration board is so stunning.

5 Mrs. Herrera's inspiration board is so stunning.

I loved this eyelet tiered strapless gown in ivory organza with a taffeta ribbon.

6 I loved this eyelet tiered strapless gown in ivory organza with a taffeta ribbon.

This veil is gorgeous!

7 This veil is gorgeous!

Here's one of her strapless silk jacquard gowns.

8 Here's one of her strapless silk jacquard gowns.

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See how this black and white dress is softened by the blush sash? So pretty!

10 See how this black and white dress is softened by the blush sash? So pretty!

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