3 posts tagged "Camille Miceli"
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.” Continue Reading “Dior’s Camille Miceli’s Postcard From Moscow” »
All eyes at Dior are fixed on China, where next week, John Galliano will unveil his Resort 2011 collection in Shanghai. Residents of the Chinese metropolis are also getting a newly refurbished Dior boutique at Shanghai’s Plaza 66, which reopens its doors to coincide with the Resort show. The flurry of activity should be enough to goose shoppers into dropping by for a new Lady Dior, but just in case that’s not sufficient, the house is adding some incentives—blue ones, to be exact. In keeping with the color of its new campaign, it’s offering a few Shanghai-only exclusives in Dior blue. They range from a graphic scarf with a Galliano collage featuring legendary house model Lucky to the gorgeous Mise en Dior costume necklace pictured here. Originally released as part of Camille Miceli’s first collection for Dior Joaillerie, it’s now been revamped in an green-with-envy-inducing azure blue (pictured).
Camille Miceli is one of those Parisian girls who gets it right every time with seemingly zero effort or contrivance. At last night’s opening of Nike and Lance Armstrong’s Stages art show to benefit cancer research at the Emmanuel Perrotin gallery, the creative director of LV’s jewelry pumped up the volume on her sheer black ensemble with not one, not two, but three matching electric green accessories: a pair of aviators, thin oversized hoops, and a watch. (That’s not even mentioning the KAWS painting behind her.) What do you think? A bright moment of je ne sais quoi or should she have followed the old fashion chestnut and taken off at least one accessory before leaving the house?