From Natalie Portman to Jennifer Lawrence, check out the best celebrity dresses from Christian Dior’s exhibition that was inaugurated in Paris last week.
Along with Chiuri, loads of familiar faces attended the grand opening of the exhibition. Glam, style and the history of fashion – all came together at the inauguration cocktail. And so many of them looked gorgeous – from the celebrities that frequently adorn Dior Magazine and Instagram pages like Bella Hadid, Jennifer Lawrence and Natalie Portman to models and actresses like Cara Delevingne and Karlie Kloss. Let’s check out the best celebrity dresses:
Natalie looked quite serene and also plain, compared to her sometimes really glam looks, in a white silk and lace dress with a Dior oblique flap bag.
Robert Pattinson has made the Dior Homme brooding look as his go-to look. Or does it come from the Vampire movies he was in – what was the name? Twilight Saga? The black Dior suit is a classic tho!
Karlie Kloss is stylish as always! She wore a black sheer dress with logo straps from Dior Spring Summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection. Her badass hairstyle is quite un-Karlie-ish, but I’ll accept it for now.
Jennifer Lawrence actually looked quite nice (did I not expect it? No I didn’t!) in a Dior wool and silk maxi dress with fringes. She pulled off the sheer trend with ease!
I loved Gabriella Wilde’s simple white jumpsuit. Very chic when paired with the slingbag and cropped wavy strands.
Bella Hadid wore a black sheer tulle dress with long sleeves and paired it with narrow oval sunglasses to match.
Loved Bruna Marquezine’s black leather dress look. Very night-out-esque with the red lips and winged eyes. Dior logo strap clutch and skinny leather choker are perfect accessories with it. I think I somehow like this one the best out of all these celebrity dresses!
Cara Delevingne was her fierce self in a white mini skirt and strappy top matching set. She paired it with thigh high boots, a black choker, pendant necklace smokey eyes and nude lipstick.
Celebrity Dresses at Christian Dior’s 70th Anniversary Exhibition
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