March 1, 2019

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2019

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2019

The Christian Dior Fall 2019 collection was presented during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday (February 26) and the front row had no shortage of Dior’s dearest, many in looks straight from the latest collection.

Cara Delevingne: This Dior Fall 2019 ballet-pink, plisse look and ankle-wrap pumps flirted with both a demure and daring mood. The girlish braid couldn’t hide the sultry plunge and swingy silhouette.

Jennifer Lawrence: Business on top; party on the bottom with this Dior Fall 2019 fit-and-flare frock styled with Dior shades and plaid shoes. It was a solid look for Jennifer, as the Dior partnership goes.

Laura Carmichael
: This sheer Dior Fall 2019 look won’t exactly be anything we haven’t seen in some variation. But, with her pin curls along with the pop of that dynamic Dior ‘Saddle’ bag and Dior bow-accented shoes, Laura wore this so sophisticatedly.

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2019

Gemma Arterton: Gemma looks stunning here, even with the slightly mumsy overtones of this Dior Fall 2019 khaki cashmere turtleneck sweater paired with a Dior Spring 2019 embroidered tulle and feather skirt. A mini Dior black leather Saddle bag and those edgy-tough Diorcampboots completed the look.

Karlie Kloss: A very Karlie look, this Dior Fall 2019 ensemble was straightforward as can be while speaking volumes in the message T-shirt, trousers, and Dior heels.

Freya Mavor: The forest-green hue of this Dior Fall 2019 suit was stunning to set off its tailored lines.

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2019

Angelababy: The first in the mix not in a Fall 2019 design, Angelababy looked to the Dior Spring 2019 collection for this printed, tulle dress that had a ladylike mood that could be seen as a rather mature on some. But, her bold lip and sweet, mini Lady Dior bag brought a wave of youthfulness.

Charlotte Le Bon: Even when I try to frame this Dior look into the scope of a relaxed Parisian-chic essence, I still can’t bring myself to like the shapeless black coat and sneakers that look as if she forgot to change from comfy shoes into heels.

Jenna Coleman: This Dior Fall 2019 tweed tailoring presented a fresh variation on the menswear-inspired trend.

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2019

Eva Herzigova: This Dior Fall 2019 jumpsuit styled with the silk neck scarf and pointy heels is the kind of Parisian elegance I can get on board with.

Kat Graham: All the horizontal lines of this Dior Fall 2019 look — from the high-waist line of the pants, to the coats striations and the double cuff effect — created a bit of a choppy, shortening effect. A Dior pink Saddle bag and Dior shoes competed the ensemble. If there’s one thing that attempted to save it, it was her fresh beauty look with that modern bob and bright lip.

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8 Responses to Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2019

  1. Fee March 2, 2019 at 7:10 am #

    1. Cara
    2. Laura
    3. Freya

  2. Chris March 1, 2019 at 7:26 pm #

    Cara and JLaw look good.

  3. Caroline March 1, 2019 at 6:58 pm #

    JLaw and Eva.

  4. JHH March 1, 2019 at 3:40 pm #

    Eva. The rest are meh

  5. meme March 1, 2019 at 1:30 pm #

    Love cara’s dress. So pretty and feminine. JLaw’s dress is too short for me. Make it knee length and it would be perfect. Charlotte is just poorly style. Add some great black stiletto boots and belt the coat. The rest is meh.

  6. Amy March 1, 2019 at 7:42 am #

    Jlaw looks cute, so does Cara.
    I want to like Kat’s look because it has nice elements but overall it’s a bit much

  7. aa March 1, 2019 at 6:16 am #

    Freya and Eva are the ones I like the most. Everyone else is in the ‘meh’ camp to me. Jenna’s look has potential but it makes her look boxy.

  8. TeaAtTwo March 1, 2019 at 5:48 am #

    I’m liking Laura’s sheer look here, the styling and nonchalant feeling sell it. Charlotte’s styling is really poor here. I wish Kat had ditched the coat, it drags her land the look down. I’m not crazy about the cut of Freya’s suit jacket.

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