Tuesday night saw the opening of “Inspiration Dior,” a sprawling, ambitious new exhibit at Moscow’s Pushkin Museum, in which over 12o couture looks from the house’s history are shown alongside the very “paintings and photographs that have inspired its designers,” like Yves Saint Laurent, John Galliano and the man himself. Artists shown include Cezanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, Man Ray, Gustav Klimt, and more. WWD was there, along with the almost-eerily-flawless Natalia Vodianova and everyone else of huge influence in the fashion industry (like Mr. Arnault, of course). Here are the photos.