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  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied1
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Karl Lagerfeld2
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Gabriella Wilde3
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Ludivine Sagnier4
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Jamie Hewlett and Emma de Caunes5
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Nika Zupanc6
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Clotilde Courau7
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Sophie Marceau8
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Victoire de Castellane9
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Natacha Regnier11
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Joana Vasconcelos and Natalie Portman12
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Aissa Maiga13
  • Miss Dior, Toujours - Jeanne Damas14
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    Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Karl Lagerfeld. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Gabriella Wilde. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Ludivine Sagnier. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Jamie Hewlett and Emma de Caunes. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Nika Zupanc. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Clotilde Courau. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Sophie Marceau. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Victoire de Castellane. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Natacha Regnier. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Joana Vasconcelos and Natalie Portman. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Aissa Maiga. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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    Jeanne Damas. Photo: Christian Dior Parfums (Getty).

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Miss Dior, Toujours

Last night, Paris's Grand Palais was in full Dior mode

Paris’s Grand Palais was in full Dior mode last night for the opening of “Miss Dior Esprit Dior,” an art installation of 15 Miss-Dior-inspired creations by 15 female artists from around the world. Among the works on display: Egyptian filmmaker Lara Baladi’s whimsical 8-minute cartoon; furniture designer Nika Zupanc’s gigantic birdcage-like perch in the classic Dior cannage; and Chinese painter Liang Yuanwei painting of a 1947 haute couture gown. The swanky crowd included the current Miss Dior herself, Natalie Portman, with her husband Benjamin Millepied, and rounding out the high-voltage fabulosity, Karl Lagerfeld. Quel suprise.