Leyna Bloom Attends the Miss Dior NYFW Dinner at Millefiori Garden Pop-Up

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Dior hosted a private dinner Sunday at Pastis restaurant to celebrate the opening of the NYC Miss Dior Millefiori Garden Pop-up. The star-studded guest list included Cara Delevingne, Tyler Mitchell, Julia Fox, Sofia Bryant, Emily Alyn, and Leyna Bloom, American actress, model, dancer, and activist.


CR got the exclusive on Bloom’s time at New York Fashion Week, the new Dior exhibit, women empowerment, and the Miss Dior fragrance of course.

CR: What’s been your favorite fashion week moment so far?

LB: My favorite fashion week moment was arriving 30 minutes early to see the Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. Having that moment to myself before everyone else started to arrive for the opening was really special to me. I was allowed to take it all in without any distractions. And that was such a happy moment for me. I’m happiest around art, culture, and history… and obviously a powerful legacy as the archives of the House of Dior.

CR: Tell me about the look you chose for the Miss Dior dinner?

LB: My look for the dinner was about the idea of enchantment. It’s about my vibration and connection to the floral aspect of Dior’s designs. I chose a color that exemplifies and speaks to those emotions. It is why I love Miss Dior so much. It’s an earthy floral feminine energy.


CR: Was there a highlight moment for you from the dinner?

LB: My dinner highlight was sitting next to Emily Alyn Lind. What a great seating chart for the evening! We talked and connected over what it meant to be an actor and a modern woman. We talked about how important it is for female actors to invoke the true essence of who we are and how we should drive the purpose of our craft. Women should have more say and control on so many layers of how our bodies and sexualities are portrayed on screen and in moving stories. We talked about the power of steering our own narratives and creating spaces for female bodies to contribute to telling our own stories truthfully. We elaborated on how we can elevate the value of the female actor to empower ourselves and others. It was a riveting conversation.

CR: How would you describe the Miss Dior fragrance?

LB: Miss Dior is the perfect morning on beautiful white sheets with the sun peeking through your window when you have just awakened fully rested from a beautiful night’s rest. The most feminine time of the day for a woman, especially for me! *laughs*

CR: After seeing “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams,” what was it like experiencing Miss Dior?

LB: Being able to experience both events has set the tone high for how I want every fashion week to be. We started at the museum with conversations and visuals about history and culture. And then we had dinner and were encouraged and inspired to further those conversations around history, art, and celebrating womanhood. Christian Dior is a brand that truly understands the value of the feminine woman, and that is who I am. It’s been truly marvelous. Dior has really created wonderful spaces this fashion week for women to connect and have powerful conversations and reflections about history and how to move forward to the future!

Bloom’s makeup artist Nordia paints in her in all Dior Collection products:

LIPS – color reviver balm (lip glow)

FOUNDATION -Dior forever 24hrs wear high perfection skin-caring foundation with sunscreen. Applied with the #11 Dior brush

CHEEKS – Dior backstage ROSY GLOW (004 CORAL)

LIP – lip liner pencil (642 ready) Rouge Dior 080 red smile (satin)

EYES – Dior backstage glow palette.

SKIN PREP – Dior Potent Rich Creme.

DIOR CAPTURE TOTALE. Eye serum.

DIOR PRESTIGE. Advance sérum (la Micro-Huile De Ross)

The fragrance pop-up is located in Gansevoort Plaza and open to the public through September 16. Further details available on Dior.com.

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