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Trophée Chopard Ceremony

A range of stars indulged in a range of sparkling looks at the Trophée Chopard Ceremony on Monday (May 22) as part of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

Marion Cotillard: None shone more brightly than Marion who took my breath away in a Halpern Fall 2017 masterwork styled with a diamond collar necklace. I could gush on and on about the fantasy of the design’s radiant, colour-swirled paillettes, the unexpected mod edge of the pants, and the impossibly long, shimmering train. But, we should just let the look do the talking.

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Marion Cotillard In Chanel – Cannes Film Festival Opening Gala Dinner

From my recollection, Marion Cotillard’s last Chanel look was from the 2008 BAFTAs, and I never thought I would see the day, again, but that she did for the opening gala dinner during Cannes Film Festival, following her Jean-Paul Gaultier and Y/Project looks from earlier in the day.

I like how this fresh-off-the runway Chanel Resort 2018 tunic-style dress takes the shift silhouette to a new, eclectic terrain.

Keeping the same natural hair and makeup, the look was styled with barely-there transparent PVC sandals.

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Marion Cotillard In Jean Paul Gaultier Couture – ‘Ismael’s Ghosts’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Marion Cotillard was also on the red carpet for the opening ceremony and premiere of ‘Ismael’s Ghosts (Les Fantomes d’Ismael)’ at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday (May 17).

With a relaxed sense of seductive allure, she was dressed in a Jean Paul Gaultier Couture gown styled with Giuseppe Zanotti heels and Chopard jewels.

The juxtaposition between the menswear-inspired pinstripes and the sultry, sculpted bodice with corset detailing was what made this ensemble so intriguing, with her loose waves and subtle makeup adding a romantic outlook.

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Marion Cotillard In Y/Project – ‘Ismael’s Ghosts’ Cannes Film Festival Photocall

Marion Cotillard kick started her 2017 Cannes Film Festival campaign with a photocall for ‘Ismael’s Ghosts (Les Fantomes d’Ismael)’ this afternoon (May 17) in Cannes, France.

This Y/Project Fall 2017 look may not go down with the majority, but personally this is what I wanted to see from Marion.

She has always been one of fashions daredevils, we just don’t get many opportunities to witness it.

While Glenn Martens’ deconstructed separates are definitely worthy of a street-style statement, the oversized slouchy silhouette of t-shirt and layered cuffed jeans work just as well on the French Riviera with heels adding some polish to the look.

Dying to know your thoughts as I find this very refreshing.

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Nice Airport Arrivals

Nice airport has been a hotbed of activity in the lead up to Cannes Film Festival.

Elle Fanning: Comfortable and chic in Miu Miu, I love how the cat-eye shades amp up the retro vibe of her look.

Eva Herzigova: We’ve missed seeing Roberto Cavalli at Cannes the past few years, so I’m hopeful Eva’s ’70s inspired Resort 2017 look signals a return by the Italian brand to this grand stage. Cannes without Cavalli is like having a high powered car and never taking it for a spin.

Marion Cotillard: Yes, Marion is bound to wear Dior during this festival, but she usually saves that for the premieres, so I’m looking forward to seeing who she wears to photocalls and the Chopard party. She arrived looking very casual in a plaid R13 Tie-front plaid flannel shirt dress.

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