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Vera Wang is famous for turning women into fairy princesses on their "special day." And at this morning's runway show, she turned her models into a series of feathered, jeweled, gauzy bad fairies - and the occasional unlucky toad.

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Illustration for article titled Goth Fairy Princesses Take The Runway At Vera Wang

This ethereal Undine in her jeweled bib gives a good sense of the spirit of the collection.


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This ethereal dogwood print was all over the collection, a soft nod to the aggressive florals trend.


Illustration for article titled Goth Fairy Princesses Take The Runway At Vera Wang

The fairy rebel!


Illustration for article titled Goth Fairy Princesses Take The Runway At Vera Wang
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This Little Black Riding Hood looks determined to make it to Grandma's. Grandma wears vintage Schiaparelli.


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This model seems to be in a perpetual state of stupefaction, but I'd be shocked too if I found myself in a bejeweled Fred Flintstone costume.


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Odille lovely, for the evil twin princess with impeccable chic.


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Who would think "romper and bib" could look so completely adult and so totally elegant?


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Even the oversized menswear trend goes gauzy and ethereal!


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Steely determination and feathers: the swan princess's business attire.

[Images via Getty]

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