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Dior’s Camille Miceli’s Postcard From Moscow


A massive show of vintage Dior opened today at Moscow’s Pushkin Museum. Inspiration Dior—and, of course, its lavish opening party—drew Russia’s fashionable elite, including Natalia Vodianova, to the museum last night. Camille Miceli, the label’s artistic director for costume jewelry, hit the Russian capital for the occasion—she sent back the following snaps from her visit abroad.

“With Virginie [Mouzat, of Le Figaro] and Mathilde after our visit of the Kremlin, which I highly recommend—especially the jewelry treasures.”

“The great intelligentsia: Virginie and Kris [Van Assche, of Dior Homme] in the Soviet version of the egg chair.”

“Uniform, uniform, uniform.”

“The Christian Dior exhibition at the Pushkin Museum, 110 historical Dior garments, 60 pieces of art—a masterpiece!”

“Roger Vivier vintage snake pumps. J’adoooore!”

“The always elegant Delphine [Arnault, of LVMH] and tsarina Natalia at the opening fête.”

“An urban fairy tale.”

“And back in the USSR!”

Photos: Courtesy of Camille Miceli

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