There were a great number of fashionable darlings who descended on the Christian Dior Spring 2019 Haute Couture show during Paris Fashion Week today (January 21) in France.
Mia Goth: Although sheer has been done so much, this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 ensemble had an attitude that spoke more of girly innocence than seduction. I think Mia’s fresh-faced beauty had something to do with that.
Rachel Brosnahan: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actress flitted on the darker side with this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 frock styled with a Dior Saddle bag. It was kind of goth, so I’m glad she kept her hair and makeup on the simpler side.
Kiki Layne: I love how glitzy sequins took on a whole new depth of form in this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 ensemble when paired with rich burgundies and burnt-orange suede. Of course, Kiki’s braids and shades amped up the personality of the look, too.
Araya A. Hargate: There was a lot going on with Araya’s Dior entrance — from the tulle princess dress, to the cowgirl hat and pendants, the rubber boots, and her plum-hued hair. It was kind of like the mish-mash of an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Kat Graham: Business on the top; party on the bottom with this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 embellished look; the embroidery of which was so lovely that I actually stopped focusing on the sheer component for a bit. Plus, I loved the freshness brought to the look by way of Kat’s bobbed hair along with the Dior gold metallic J’adior bag and black shoes.
Felicity Jones: Compared to the other looks at the show, this navy Dior Haute Couture Fall 2018 cropped suit was a study in elegantly minimalist simplicity. I love the caped sleeve and cropped wide-leg trousers for a different variation on the menswear trend.
Monica Bellucci: Monica was winter-chic and sophisticated in this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 burgundy suede coat paired with boots and a Dior saddle bag.
Stacy Martin: This sweet, embroidered Dior Pre-Fall 2019 dress could have stood alone without the bulk of the cross-body bag in front.
Melanie Thierry: There’s an undeniable Parisian-chic flair to Melanie’s look consisting of a Dior Pre-Fall 2019 blue pleated silk blouse and skirt styled with a Dior black turtleneck sweater, a Dior saddle bag, suede beret, and suede boots.
Karlie Kloss: I actually loved the delicate allure of this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 beige tulle embroidered dress on Karlie, perhaps all the more so because it stepped beyond her standard safe style zone. The Dior belt and metallic shoes were the perfect accessories, too.
Kristin Scott Thomas: While the black turtleneck certainly made this embroidered black Dior dress more season-appropriate, it also created even more of a sombre tone.
Natalia Vodianova: The model has never been afraid to juxtapose unique styles, and such was the case here. While this Dior 2019 long coat in Lily of the Valley-printed cotton poplin paired with a green Pre-Fall 2019 sweater and a nude Dior saddle bag conveyed feminine elegance, the black Diorcamp rubber ankle boots offered an unexpected note of edgy-grunge styling to finish it out.
Olivia Palermo: This Dior Cruise 2019 ensemble was so striking on Olivia with its impeccable tailoring and structure. I love the play on proportions with the long, embellished jacket and the wide-leg culottes for a glamorous military vibe. A Dior double moon tie necklace and J’adior bag along with sultry, dark eye makeup completed the powerful look.
Eva Herzigova: Eva played on softer, pastel tones in this Dior Pre-Fall 2019 outfit accessorised with a Dior saddle bag and black dotted Swiss heels. The muted palette here is tricky, but I think it was the lilac turtleneck that didn’t exactly play as well with the other tones.
Charlotte Le Bon: She charmed with a certain boyish-meets-girlishness in this Dior Cruise 2019 short set that was made weather-appropriate with the blue overcoat, tights, and rubber sneakers.
Freya Mavor: Naturally, the beret made this Dior Cruise 2019 camel and blue toile de Jouy print cotton trench coat and Dior saddle bag all the more Parisian in spirit. I think a stronger belt and a navy bag and shoes would have better sold it to me, though.
Chiara Ferragni: As this black Dior coat dress was rather simple in form, I was all the more focused on the bolder details namely Chiara’s platinum waves, the statement Dior bag, and the white bows of her Dior shoes.