Celebrities have been wearing the top fashion house ever since Hollywood was invented. See the best celebrity dior red carpet moments here...
Christian Dior. A name long associated with luxury and sophistication and one that has come a long way from its beginnings in post WWII France.
No wonder, then, that celebrities fall over themselves to wear the iconic house’s designs. Marlene Dietrich famously wore Dior in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1950 film Stage Fright, saying ‘No Dior, no Dietrich’ to Alfred himself. Of course, the actress got her way and the fashion house has been on the up and up ever since…
From models Suki Waterhouse and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, to actresses Carey Mulligan and Lupita Nyong’o, every star wants Dior in their wardrobes, and who can blame them? For some it’s the show-stopping red carpet gowns, while for others, it’s their chic accessories and make-up.
But its the keen sense of family within Dior, that keeps the brand name alive. The house’s muses are true A-list, from Natalie Portman to Charlize Theron and most recently, Jennifer Lawrence.
And with many of Dior’s leading ladies landing awards, it’s seems there really is something magical about the brand. Dior dressed *three* best actress Oscar winners over the years – that’s more than any other house. Does that make it lucky? We’d like to think so…
So to honour the Parisian couture house and all its gorgeousness, we’ve rounded-up the best and most beautiful Dior red carpet moments, ever.
First up, Jennifer Lawrence wearing Dior Haute Couture to the X-Men Apocalypse film premiere in London.
Rihanna wore this incredible powder pink cape to the Christian Dior Spring Summer show for Paris Fashion Week in October 2015.
Emilia Clarke wore a black menswear inspired frock at the Christian Dior Spring Summer show for Paris Fashion Week in October 2015.
Kate Bosworth looked stunning in a column gown from Christian Dior’s Spring 2014 collection, while attending a Dior event.
Arriving at Dior’s Paris Fashion Week show, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore a tartan shirt and short, showing off her long legs and killer footwear.
Suki Waterhouse took the plunge in a black sequinned tiered gown from the fashion house.
Kanye West and Lorde
Hailee Steinfeld Wearing Dior
We’ll be honest with you, Kiernan Shipka’s style has been top of the lot since she first graced the red carpet. The former Mad Men star took the Emma Watson route, pairing a yellow Dior dress with black cigarette pants. So sleek and simple, we might even give it a go…
A bright yellow gown? We don’t believe it. But who other than Dior muse Marion Cotillard to pull it off. Plus, do you catch that hidden sheer panel. Genius.
The former Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown-Findlay is the epitome of perfection at the premiere of A New York’s Winter’s Tale in London in February 2014. Wearing a striped pastel creation, the structured bodice and skirt is representative of newbie Raf Simon’s simple but powerful creations. J’Adore…
Looking like the Oscar winner she is, Reese Witherspoon famously wore Christian Dior at the 78th Academy Awards where she took home gold for her role as June Carter Cash in Walk The Line. That’s one Oscar-winning dress down…
Wearing a green tiered gown (Galliano must’ve really loved those tiers) Drew defied convention and made sure all eyes were on her at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2007.
The Project Runway host, and model, wore a gathered Dior gown to the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2007.
Stopping traffic in its tracks, Cameron Diaz walked the red carpet at fashion’s prom – the MET Gala in 2007 – wearing a pink silk satin tiered dress by Dior legend John Galliano.
Attending the 2003 Empire Film Awards, Cate Blanchett looks like she’s just walked out of a grunge rock band in this Dior take on the 90s.
Nicole wowed again in her golden Dior creation at the 2000 Academy Awards, making sure that whatever the outcome, the actress was her own walking Oscar.
Nicole Kidman, with then-husband, Tom Cruise, left the red carpet in awe at the 1997 Oscars with her chartreuse satin Oriental-inspired gown by Dior – landing her on every best dressed list and the A-list in one fell swoop.
Jerry Hall looking fan-tas-tic in Dior at a Paris fashion show in 1993.
Marlene Dietrich in Dior’s creation for Stage Fright. If only we could have Dior at our beck and call…
The man himself. Christian Dior looks dapper at the Idlewild Airport in New York, all the way back in 1947, would you believe…