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04 July
events

VIPs at Loulou

After getting their exclusive preview visit to the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman, Robert Pattinson, Cara Delevingne, Bella Hadid, Gemma Arterton and a host of other glittering names joined the House's creative directors for the next part of the evening’s event at Loulou, the restaurant of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

  • Jennifer Lawrence

  • Natalie Portman

  • Robert Pattinson

  • Cara Delevingne

  • Eva Herzigova

  •  Winnie Harlow

  • Takenya Quann ; Cipriana Quann

  • Gemma Arterton

  • TINA KUNAKEY

  • MIA MORETTI

  • Aymeline Valade

  • Karlie Kloss

  • Louise Bourgoin

  • TAMARA KALINIC

  • Maria Grazia Chiuri ; Karlie Kloss

  • CHIARA FERRAGNI

  • ELAINE WELTEROTH

  • Viola Arrivabene ; Vera Arrivabene

  • HELENA BORDON

  • Maria Grazia Chiuri ; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  • CAMILA COELHO

  • Jeanne Damas

  • Angelababy

  • Marisa Berenson

  • Cara Delevingne

04 July
events

VIPs at the Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams Exhibition

Natalie Portman, Bella Hadid, Laetitia Casta, Angelababy, and that's just for starters! After the haute couture autumn-winter 2017-2018 show at the Invalides, the House’s many friends came together once more at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs for their exclusive preview discovery of the retrospective exhibition celebrating seventy years of Dior.  

  • NATALIE PORTMAN ; PETER PHILIPS ; MARIA GRAZIA CHIURI

  • Bella Hadid

  • Laetitia Casta

  • Angelababy

  • Olivia Palermo

  • Karlie Kloss

  • Gemma Arterton

  • Jeanne Damas

  • BRUNA MARQUEZINE

  • Bianca Jagger

  • AIMEE SONG

  • Elizabeth Olsen

  • Ziyi Zhang

04 July
events

Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams 

Discover the poster for the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams which opens tomorrow at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and celebrates the House's seventieth anniversary across a display area of over three thousand square meters. Stay connected for a look behind the scenes at what is shaping up to be an unforgettable show.  

03 July
Shows

VIP

  • Nathalie Portman

  • Jennifer Lawrence

  • Robert Pattinson

  • Eva Herzigova

  • Kirsten Dunst

  • Camille Rowe

  • Winnie Harlow

  • Zhang Ziyi

  • Kong Hyo

  • Wyman Wong

  • Caroline Issa

  • Takenya Quann; Cipriana Quann

  • Lucie De La Falaise

  • Karlie Kloss

  • Daria Strokous

  • Laetitia Casta

  • Natalia Vodianova

  • Sandrine Kiberlain

  • Olivia Palermo

  • Bianca Jagger

  • Jeanne Damas

  • Aymeline Valade

  • Marisa Berenson

  • Olympia Scarry

  • Louise Bourgoin

  • Felicity Jones

  • Celine Dion

  • Angelababy

  • Kong Hyo

  • Wyman Wong

03 July
Shows

Timelapse

03 July
Shows

Set Design

03 July
Shows

Five Continents

The Dior haute couture autumn-winter 2017-2018 show took place this afternoon in the shadow of the ornately gilded soaring dome of the Hôtel National des Invalides in Paris. The outfits designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri were presented in a star-shaped amphitheater, specially conceived by the artist Pietro Ruffo.

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Adrien Dirand

As explorers of the contemporary age, for the Dior models the runway provided their very own version of the five continents in a scenography dreamed up by Pietro Ruffo. The Italian artist was inspired by the celestial globe produced for the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1900. And so, to offer a navigation of sorts to guide the Dior women on their round-the-world voyage, Pietro Ruffo created a fresco in the form of a star representing the heavens, giving a nod to the lucky charm that proved a constant inspiration for Christian Dior himself. On the runway, itself also star-shaped, each of the five branches corresponds to a continent containing wooden sculptures of animals. A giraffe, a rhinoceros and a lion in the African savanna, a bear and an eagle in the North American redwood forest, a tiger and a monkey in the depths of the Asian jungle, a turtle and a crocodile in an Oceanic mangrove swamp, and, lastly, a horse and a deer among the olive tress and bougainvillea of Europe. As a backdrop, Maria Grazia Chiuri chose a monument with a significant importance for the history of France: the Hôtel National des Invalides, near to which the Exposition Universelle of 1900 took place. Its classical architecture stands as a magnificent expression of pure and symmetrical lines, a style to which Christian Dior was perpetually drawn.  

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