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Lou Doillon joined Melanie Bernier and Clotilde Courau at the ‘Snowpierce’ premiere and Deauville American Film Festival Closing Ceremony, hosted on Saturday in France.

The French model-actress, who has worn Saint Laurent exclusively during the festival, strutted out another unsurprisingly black look from the design house. She pared down the Spring 2013 ‘Le Smoking’ floor-grazing gown by skipping the bolder door-knocker pendant necklace and floppy hat that took to the runway.

If you have are experiencing déjà vu, it’s because British model Daisy Lowe also wore this chiffon design just last week—except in an arguably less tasteful manner.

Despite the boudoir quality of the gown, Lou’s rocker edge, and her messy yet modish flair, still came through loud and clear, as she finished the look with barely styled, ombre waves and minimal makeup.

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You can buy Lou’s Saint Laurent ‘Le Smoking’ gown from Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Lou Doillon In Saint Laurent - Deauville American Film Festival

Lou Doillon has been showing a lot of label love to Saint Laurent while taking to the red carpet during Deauville American Film Festival.

Opening ceremony: The French model and actress – who always looks slightly dishevelled yet chic at the same time – wore a pretty black v-neck dress with a crystal-embellished panel and a black leather bow accent, which provided the perfect mix of sexy and sweet. A Chanel clutch and Saint Laurent ‘Escarpins’ patent-leather pumps completed the head-to-toe black look.

‘Blue Jasmine’ premiere: In no danger of upstaging Cate Blanchett, Lou opted to wear another Saint Laurent LBD; this time the frock was strapless and the look was void of any dress-enhancing accessories.

I think it goes without saying that the first look was my favourite of the two.

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Lou Doillon In Saint Laurent - Les Victoires de La Musique 2013

Lou Doillon attended the Les Victoires de La Musique in Paris last week, where she performed and accepted the Artiste Interprete Feminine (Female Artist of the Year) award.

The French actress, model and singer wore a structured pantsuit from Saint Laurent Spring 2013 collection.

Both the ruffled cuff of the sleeve and giant bow tie add a dose of femininity to the otherwise androgynous suit, and her black manicure and effortless makeup and hair styling make the entire look both modern and chic.

Is Doillon’s look the epitome of French style or more pageboy than chic?

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A number of other celebrities also attended the Marni for H&M collection launch party in LA on Friday evening.

Lou Doillon: The French model/actress showed off her long legs in a Marni for H&M printed silk blouse with matching shorts. The look was pulled together with accessories from the collection including a thin red belt, matching clutch and orange cuffs.

Hanneli Mustaparta: The blogger/model showed off her famous style in a Marni for H&M polka-dot jacket and matching skirt, which she shortened a bit to flatter her tall frame. Her accessories included a peach clutch, sequined collar and matching white cuffs.

Jaime King: The bubbly blonde appeared in a midnight-blue Marni Resort 2012 ensemble, save for a brightly coloured trim on her silk tunic. Tangerine-printed flats add a much-needed pop of colour.

Milla Jovovich: The actress wore the same tribal print as Jessica Chastain, but in a rather unfortunate silhouette. The off-the-shoulder dress with a visible black bra strap greatly cheapens the look. A red belt, white cuffs and gold heels complete the look. She can do better.

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Lou Doillon showed her support at the Burberry Paris Boutique Opening yesterday evening.

The French actress and model wore a classic trench with orange detailing from Burberry Prorsum Resort 2012.

Melanie Laurent: take note; this is how you wear a trench as a dress.

With just a simple black shirt, tights and pumps, Lou transforms a simple, albeit beautiful, coat into total French elegance.

Wavy, messy hair and minimal makeup complete the look.

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