After her successful fairy tale couture collection—her first as artistic director of Dior—Maria Grazia Chiuri celebrated the only way anyone should honor such an achievement: with a party. Make that, an unforgettable party. The iconic luxury house threw a black-tie masquerade ball, in which Paris's Museé Rodin was transformed into a fantastical stage, replete with unicorns, fortune tellers, and glittering lights.
And the guests made it a point to hedonistically break boundaries, toeing the line between public decency and sartorial danger. Exaggerated headdresses, embellished masks, and over-the-top gowns were high in abundance. As were, fashion risk-taking moves, like Bella Hadid's completely see-through Dior gown: whimsical in nature, yet, without its lining or undergarments, the raciest thing ever. Scroll through to see the VIP guest list at the Dior Bal Masque Party.