By  on June 11, 2019

PARIS — Victoire de Castellane looked as if she was enjoying herself. Her sprawling, book-lined office buzzed with activity — packed with models, helpers, a photographer, and a rack of tulle gowns — in black or nude. The jewelry sat in trays, waiting to be chosen; for fuel, a fruit platter was also enticing.

The assembled group had gathered for a fitting ahead of a 20th anniversary event for the house’s fine jewelry, which has been designed by de Castellane from the outset. In Venice today, Dior will present the collection on models outfitted in gowns designed for the label by Maria Grazia Chiuri. 

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