H&M's latest conscious collection is designed with quality in mind and, as always, sustainable materials like hemp and organic silk. But for Spring '16, the brand's offering is inspired by the new Fashion Forward: 3 Centuries of Fashion exhibit opening at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. H&M tapped style savant Julia Restoin Roitfeld to model the ethereal pieces, including gowns you'll likely find on Olivia Wilde and Rosario Dawson as they take the red carpet and, yes, even wedding dresses.
Silhouettes inspired by iconic paintings like Botticelli's "Three Graces" are for the nontraditional bride, while high-neck lacy maxis and one A-line style with pockets are for the laid-back sort. And though we're psyched about the thought of walking down the aisle in H&M, there's plenty more to see. From bejeweled mules to metallic bags, printed scarves, and geometric earrings, scroll to shop all the must haves (and see some exclusive behind-the-scenes shots from the in-house shoot!).