The Dior Fall 2020 runway show, which kicked off Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday, was illuminated by neon signs. "When women strike the world stops," one read. "'Patriarchy = climate emergency;' 'Consent. Consent. Consent;' and so on." It was an eye-catching set, made in collaboration with the anonymous artist collective Claire Fontaine, that would give way to a runway show full of '70s inspired looks —the very era during which Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri was herself a youthful feminist in Rome, as she explained to Vogue — that featured plenty of sharp tailoring, school girl-inspired silhouettes, and a set of logo puffer jackets that are sure to be a hit with the street style set come next season.
But there was another set of lights that also took over the Jardin des Tuileries set prior to the runway show: photographer flashbulbs capturing the front row's every move. There was Maya Hawke hamming it up with Cara Delevingne; Nina Dobrev and Karlie Kloss, towering over just about everyone else in attendance, catching up; and the superstar trifecta of Demi Moore, Sigourney Weaver, and Andie MacDowell. Also in attendance: DJ Mia Moretti, who took in the show dressed in a ladylike printed dress and woven heels. In honor of the occasion, Moretti snapped her getting ready process for the show — and what's more, created an exclusive playlist inspired by her photo diary.
You can listen to the playlist, made just for NYLON, here, and check out all of her photos below.
"Sympatique" by Pink Martini
"Tezo delitto" by Bruno Nicolai
"Glimmer" by Tame Impala
"The Masquerade Is Over" by Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderly
"Let's Get Lost" by Chet Baker
"Yes. I'm Ready" by Barbara Mason
"She's A Star" by Kano
"Kulun Mankwaleshi" by Mulatu Astatke and Black Jesus Experience
"NO" by Mina
"Foreign Car" by Kelsey Lu
"Birds of a Feather" by Mocky
"You've Got A Woman" by Lion
"Lush" by Four Tet
"Você Já Foi à Bahia" by Astrud Gilberto and Walter Wanderley