This Dior Exhibition Features 300 Dreamy Gowns & It's Like A Fairy Tale — PHOTOS

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When a design house this iconic rings in its 70th anniversary, it’s time to celebrate. And there’s no better way to do it than by opening a huge exhibition in a Parisian museum. Certainly seems apropos, if you ask me. The Dior exhibition features 300 gowns from Christian Dior and the other designers who have led the fashion house.

Seeing this in person seems like the perfect excuse to make a quick jaunt to Paris, so if you’re googling flight prices right about now — you’re not alone. The dresses on display offer the most fashionable timeline you could ever imagine. They show where the design house has been over the years, where it is now and also where it’s going. Because even after 70 years, the Dior label has no plans of slowing down.

According to the New York Times, the exhibition is called "Couturier Du Rêve" and is open in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs from July 5 until Jan. 7. It features 300 couture gowns, ranging from the past 70 years, 1947-2017, according to Elle. With this many gorgeous gowns on display, a walk through this museum would create a déjà vu kind of experience for followers of the Dior label. Paris seems like the perfect setting to fall in love with Dior fashion all over again.

Seventy years of impeccable design work is certainly cause for celebration.

Just imagine all of the incredible pieces the exhibition has to offer.

Between the ceiling paintings and the stunning gowns — when can I move in?

I'm convinced that getting the chance to view this in person would be life-changing.

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Because this place really seems like fashion heaven.

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The exhibition showcases designs from when the brand first began.

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It carries you through to 2017, showcasing modern pieces from the label, to show just how far Dior has come.

Seven decades worth of incredible fashion in one venue? Let's find a way to get to France, shall we?