Celebrities on Red Carpet by Dior Haute Couture /2014

Charlize Theron is wearing a Dior Haute Couture black satin and organza dress, with transparent organza strips at the Oscar ceremony

Jennifer Lawrence is wearing a Dior Haute Couture red wool crepe dress at the Oscar ceremony

Scarlett Johansson is wearing a Dior ‘Bar’ navy blue lace jacket with a navy blue crepe silk trousers and a clutch at the César ceremony.

Adèle Exarchopoulos is wearing a Dior embroidered crepe silk evening dress at the César ceremony

Oscars 2014 red carpet fashion poll

Sandra Bullock arrives on the red carpet for the 86th Academy Awards on March 2nd, 2014, in Hollywood, with her Navy Royal blue deep-tone by Alexander McQueen , an example of an edgy fashion house offering up an Old Hollywood-style stunner.

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Charlize Theron attends the Oscars on March 2, 2014, in Hollywood with her  black Dior and  paired a $15 million Harry Winston necklace that had a cluster of diamonds at the center

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Cate Blanchett attends the Oscars on March 2, 2014, in Hollywood  by her Giorgio Armani …

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Dior Hautre Couture collection spring-summer 2014

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Dior Hautre Couture collection spring-summer 2014 – Black suite 

Dior recreated a waterfront scene to show off their nautical inspired collection

Dior recreated a waterfront scene to show off their nautical inspired collection

Dior,Spring-Summer 2007, by John Galliano,Silk satin and faille embroidered with silk and crystals

Strapless evening dress (Look 27 from Origami Couture collection, Spring/Summer 2007) of white silk satin; with red faille drape around skirt and watteau-like back pleats; white satin embroidered with Swarowski crystals (embroidered by Montex) and red faille embroidered with green bamboo and Japanese decorative motives in thick twist silk (embroidered by Muller); White silk satin woven by Taroni (Como, Italy) and red faille woven by Veraseta (Charlieu, France). Created in the Couture Atelier of Dior, 300 hours of work.

Since being hired by Christian Dior in 1996, John Galliano’s designs for the Dior couture and ready-to-wear collections, as well as his eccentric personality, have brought increasing fame and profitability to the house. Galliano designed the dress Katisha-san for the Dior Spring/Summer 2007 Couture collection, drawing inspiration from the Puccini opera Madame Butterfly and from Japanese design. Here, Japanese decorative themes such as chrysanthemums and bamboo are paired with a silhouette reminiscent of the elaborate ball gowns of Christian Dior, demonstrating Galliano’s ability to combine diverse sources of inspiration and to create a dress of extraordinary beauty.