Red Carpet Fashion Awards

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Marion Cotillard lends her beauty to the Lady Dior campaign.

The French actress was captured by Jean-Baptiste Mondino with the iconic bag, wearing delicately feminine creations from the Pre-Fall 2014 collection.

Effortlessly gliding through the air, the Lady Dior on her arm – in fuchsia leather, brown crocodile or covered in a floral and graphic print – is an extension of who she is: timelessly elegant.

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Who Wore Christian Dior Better Marion Cotillard or Aura Garrido

Marion Cotillard wore this colour-block Christian Dior Resort 2014 strapless dress with a rise-and-fall hemline to the ‘Blood Ties’ Cannes Film Festival premiere.

Sporting a voluminous bouffant, she styled the look with Chopard jewels and black ankle-strap Dior pumps.

Spanish actress Aura Garrido wore the same frock to the José María Forqué Film Awards earlier this month, opting for subtle Magerit jewels, white Ursula Mascaró pumps and a matching Jimmy Choo clutch featuring gold hardware.

Aura wins this for me as I love her sleek hairstyle and her accessories, preferring her white pumps over Marion’s black.

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Brand Ambassador of the Year - Marion Cotillard for Christian Dior

French star Marion Cotillard was Christian Dior most lavish representative, with a grand sum of 19 looks to her name over the past 12 months.

The face of Lady Dior, she wears the brand well, gracefully balancing designer Raf Simons’ sophisticated yet still-edgy offerings. Not that she didn’t have competition in the category, with Natalie Portman and Jennifer Lawrence also working the Dior angle—sometimes more successfully than others.

That said, Marion started the year off with a bang, cementing an early spot on the best-dressed list with her risk-taking, citron-yellow couture gown at the 2013 BAFTA Awards that was breathtakingly bold and thereby unforgettable.

More Dior moments at the Met Gala, the Cannes Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival soon followed, with the actress later wrapping up her 2013 designer run at the Marrekech Film Festival.

Rather regrettably for this year’s Dior-Marion match, she wavered as a pristine style steward of the brand, also landing the unfortunate award of Magnifique to Tragique 2013.

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Magnifique To Tragique 2013 – Marion Cotillard

Would you believe this is the second time Marion Cotillard has received this award?

It may seem harsh, but if we were to chart her red carpet looks from the sublime Dior Couture gowns during awards season to the Marrakesh Film Festival looks it would depict a sharp decline.

Maybe we expect so much from Marion because she has delivered so magnificently in the past, but wearing tent-like dress after tent-like dress had us losing faith and wondering if she had a baby on board.

That was the reasoning behind her last style shift and, if you remember, that was also the reasoning behind Kerry Washington’s autumnal blip prior to her announcement.

Hopefully we will see a resurgence in 2014 and she’ll go back to being Miss Consistent.

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Marion Cotillard In Christian Dior Couture - Marrakech Film Festival Closing Awards Ceremony

Marion Cotillard attended the closing ceremony of the 2013 Marrakech International Film Festival in Morocco on Saturday evening wearing her fifth Dior look and fourth Dior Fall 2013 Couture look of the event.

While she didn’t go out with quite the bang I was hoping for, this black-striped, silk Couture dress with draped detailing is a monumental improvement over the Preen look. However, the Marion captivating brilliance factor still remains at large.

I want to wax lyrical about how amazing this look is but all I can think about is that she could’ve done so much better. This has to be one of the least memorable runs during a film festival by a jury member in a long time.

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