42TH CESAR CEREMONY

A list of influential and iconic men dressed in Dior Homme for the 42nd Cesar Ceremony in Paris.

by PARIS SOCIAL DIARY, photography by COURTESY OF GETTY IMAGES | 25 February, 2017

Jean-Paul Belmondo wears a classic tuxedo of black powder and black satin, a broken collar shirt with a white cotton piqué front, a black silk bow tie and black patent leather shoes.

Rod Paradot wears a tuxedo collar of powder and black satin grain, a classic black cotton shirt, a bow tie with gray micro-drawings and a pair of black leather derbies

Pierre Niney wears a midnight blue wool and silk satin narrow lapel tuxedo, a white cotton classic collar shirt, a midnight blue silk long tie and a palladium tie pin.

Laurent Lafitte wears a navy ‘grain de poudre’ and silk satin classic tuxedo, a white cotton poplin shirt with pique front and classic collar and a black silk bow tie.

Nicolas Duvauchelle wears a black ‘grain de poudre’ and silk satin classic tuxedo, a white cotton poplin shirt with pique front and classic collar and a black silk bow tie.

François Cluzet is dressed in Dior Homme. He wears a navy wool two button notch lapel suit, a white cotton shirt and a navy silk long tie.

Jonas Bloquet wears a black mohair and silk satin shawl collar tuxedo, a white cotton classic collar and piqué front shirt, a black silk bow tie and black patent leather derbies.

Niels Schneider, César prize of best promising actor wears a black ‘grain de poudre’ and silk satin classic tuxedo, a white cotton poplin shirt with pique front and wing tip collar and a black silk bow tie.