Stars like Natalie Portman and Kirsten Dunst flew to Paris for Dior's Fall '17 Haute Couture Show and were treated with an "around the world" theme. To set the runway stage, designer Maria Grazia Chiuri partnered with Italian artist Pietro Ruffo to create a scene on exploration around the continents. Wooden sculptures such as giraffes, alligators, and deer were placed throughout the amphitheater to drive home the point.
Once the scene was set, Chiuri sent down a collection of prairie-inspired dresses in gray tones and muted sheer, tulle gowns in beige and gold. The bead work, as well as floral embellishments, on certain pieces were extravagant too, which invited you to pay attention to every look that came down the runway. We've already seen quite a few looks that would work on the red carpet come award season, so read on to check out the show for yourself.