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Deva Cassel, Rosalía, Natalie Portman... The front row of the Dior fashion show under the Tuileries sun

2024-02-27T17:33:09.591Z

Highlights: Dior's fall-winter 2024-2025 collection was presented at the Tuileries on February 27. The fashion house invited a whole panel of celebrities to attend the show. Among them were Natalie Portman, Maisie Williams and Ben Mendelsohn. The collection was inspired by Miss Dior, the fashion house's line launched in 1967 dedicated to a younger target. The show was presented under the song Je t'aime… moi non plus by Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg.


During its fall-winter 2024-2025 fashion show presented at the Tuileries, the house of Dior invited an audience of stars. Ambassador Natalie Portman and actress Elizabeth Debicki from the series The Crown were there.


Her curly hair blowing in the wind, her bare left shoulder, the features of her mother Monica Bellucci... When she arrived at the Tuileries, Deva Cassel left no one indifferent.

She was not the only one to cause a sensation this February 27 at the gates of the Dior fashion show.

To celebrate the fashion house's fall-winter 2024-2025 collection, stylist Maria Grazia Chiuri invited a whole panel of celebrities.

Among them, the almost complete cast of the series

The New Look

, available since February 14 on Apple TV+.

We came across actress Maisie Williams and Ben Mendelsohn, the interpreter of Christian Dior.

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“Miss Dior” collection

That day, the sun was out in Paris.

Nothing like it to put a smile on the faces of the guests, like the actress Jennifer Lawrence who appeared accompanied by a crowd of fans who shouted her name.

Same thing for ambassador Natalie Portman and influencer Léna Mahfouf, who were also invited to attend the show.

During the show, the models strolled around an installation by artist Shakuntala Kulkarni, originally from Bombay, which explores the female body.

Presented under the song

Je t'aime… moi non plus

by Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg, the collection was inspired by Miss Dior, the fashion house's line launched in 1967 dedicated to a younger target.

Source: lefigaro

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