Looks in retro
Lily-Rose Depp in Chanel. Kristy Sparow/Getty Images
How to do well on the red carpet? The answer lies with fashion houses, which, aware of the viral potential of a successful look on the red carpet, no longer hesitate to open wide the doors of their archives. Chanel, riding the wave of nostalgia caused by the retrospective devoted to Karl Lagerfeld in New York, unearths a black sequin minidress autumn-winter 1994-1995 to dress its muse Lily-Rose Depp. At Dior, a Roman deity is summoned by adorning Natalie Portman with a replica of the famous Juno dress, created by Christian Dior in 1949. Her skirt, composed of tulle petals embroidered with blue-green sequins, evokes the feathers of a peacock. The prize for vintage silhouette goes to Bilal Hassani, a protean pop star strapped in one of the sixteen looks of the Alexander McQueen fall-winter 2010 collection, the last of the enfant terrible of British fashion before his death.
Red and pink, duo of shock
Lena Mahfouf as Vivienne Westwood (left) and Jennifer Lawrence as Christian Dior (right). Marc Piasecki / FilmMagic and Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images
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