10 Fine-Art Inspired Dresses To Turn Any Closet Into A Museum

Alexander McQueen's 1999 Spring/Summer runway show concluded with a bang when a model wearing a voluminous white, pleated dress strutted down the catwalk only to be surrounded and attacked by paint-splattering robots. When it was all over, the model was a bit frazzled, but the no-longer-white dress looked better than ever! It was a beautiful, raw and fantastic interpretation of the relationship between art and fashion.

Hostile, paint-splattering robots aside, fashion is art. And in an ever so slightly more literal homage to McQueen's vision, I've paired ten of history's greatest works of art with dresses that look like they might have leapt out of the frame.

Click through the slideshow below to start your collection.

Claude Monet - Woman with a Parasol, 1875

Monet loved painting outdoors. This dress is perfect for a stroll in the park. A cute green parasol isn't such a bad idea either!