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26.09.17

Marion Cotillard In C O | T E – Green Carpet Fashion Awards

A newly blonde Marion Cotillard turned heads at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards on Sunday (September 24) for her ensemble as much as for her new hair colour.

The actress chose a C O | T E dress with sheer lace overlay and a black bodysuit underneath.

Chopard jewels, a raspberry pink lipstick and relaxed waves gave the sheer dress a glamorous aura.

Not to be missed were the chunky shoes which were a surprising twist to the elegant leaning of the other pieces.

Does Marion get a pass for jumping on the sheer dress trend?

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Marion Cotillard rocks a Whyred power suit in Milan

I had to do a triple take of Marion Cotillard who was spotted on the streets of Milan just as Fashion Week was drawing to a close on Monday (September 25).

Serving up executive realness, the actress gave her new blonde ‘do its first official outing wearing a Whyred Spring 2018 power suit in a pistachio-green hue which certainly picked me up from my end-of-summer blues.

We’ve seen all manner of power suiting options – Rita Ora has been the biggest supporter of this trend – however, there is a freshness to Marion’s approach as the minor details such as the pushed the puff sleeves and sateen fabric gave the trend a new lease of life.

I love how the Lemaire ‘Camera’ bag and delicate gold jewelry moved her 80s-inspired look right into the future.

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Who Wore Halpern Better? Marion Cotillard or Katy Perry?

Marion Cotillard attended the Trophée Chopard Ceremony during Cannes Film Festival dazzling in a multicoloured Halpern Fall 2017 sequined look which qualified as the designers first major red carpet moment.

It was a great moment for us also, as we got to see Marion’s style evolve outside of Dior’s reigns.

Katy Perry wore the same look this weekend while presenting the VMAs; selecting the full coloured trousers rather than the half-and-half look presented on the runway.

Marion wins for me.

Even though I want to remove the Chopard necklace, I prefer her trousers. Katy’s look had too much of one thing going on.

Halpern Sequin-embellished draped bustier top
Halpern Sequin-embellished high-rise flared trousers

Celebrities Love…Wearing Metallics

Mastering metallics has never been simpler thanks to molten accessories that give off silver-lining vibes and high-shine accents that set the gold standard. Gleaming silver, rich gold, and brazen bronze are the key to amplifying everyday looks with a sleek, reflective jolt of style.

Set your look ablaze with rose gold, gilded and bronze dresses —luminescent touches that act as the perfect neutral for nailing this heavy metal trend. Take inspiration from your favorite celebs, including Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Marion Cotillard and Elizabeth Olsen and click through to shop the look and add a little fashion flash to your own wardrobe.

Elizabeth OlsenAdam Selman Embellished Dress
Take your next style cue from actress and style savant Elizabeth Olsen, who stunned on the Cannes red carpet in a pretty pink Miu Miu metallic dress. Rather than going for a floor-length gown, kick up the length in a saccharine pink mini dress fit for a night out. Keep the accessories to a minimum and add a pair of strappy sandals in a coordinating color so the emphasis is on the dress.

Kendall Jenner & Bella Hadid Alex Perry Lady Dress
Supermodels, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid always know how to make an entrance, no matter the occasion. If a glittering strapless silver gown is right up your alley look no further than Bella Hadid as your style inspiration—just add a simple metallic clutch and heels for any occasion. For Kendall Jenner’s gleaming gunmetal dress, take the length up a few notches and opt for a sparkling mini-dress fully fitted with cutouts, ankle-wrap stilettos and dainty earrings for a girl’s night out.

Marion CotillardHalpern Sequin-embellished draped bustier top
Marion Cotillard is the reigning queen of style and never makes an appearance without being outfitted in the finest fashion. For her debut at the Cannes Film Festival, the actress and style star wore a dazzling multicolored sequin gown—designed by newcomer Michael Halpern—that evoked high glamour and came fully equipped with a long train. Pay homage to the heyday of Studio 54 in a shimmery multicolored dress that is sure to sparkle all through the night.

Marion Cotillard In Chloé – 31st Cabourg Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Marion Cotillard opted for an understated vision of glamour at the closing ceremony of the 31st Cabourg Film Festival on Saturday (June 17) in Cabourg, France.

In what continues as her more experimental, post-Dior phase, the actress wore a Chloé Resort 2018 peplum dress emboldened by a flash of metal throughout.

Attempting to imbue further edge into the frock’s more conservative shape, she styled a half side braid into her locks.

Did her latest look shine for you, or fall flat?

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Marion Cotillard In Self-Portrait – Annabel’s & Chopard Party

The Chopard and Annabel’s Gentleman’s Evening took place at the Hotel Martinez during Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (May 24) with Marion Cotillard in attendance.

The French actress wore a Self-Portrait Spring 2017 dress which she reinterpreted as a shirt; pairing the one shoulder piece with black trousers, thigh-high boots or tights. It’s really hard to tell against that black background.

Either way most of the love I had for this look has disappeared.

What was fun and fresh, has become laboured and overcooked.

I’m not going to hold it against Marion. I’m sure she enjoying this new experimental phase.

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Marion Cotillard In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – Cannes 70th Anniversary Dinner

Marion Cotillard continued to sparkling during the 2017 Cannes Film Festival attending 70th anniversary dinner on Tuesday (23 May), following her red carpet appearance earlier in the evening.

The French actress looked incredible wearing a look from Ulyana Sergeenko’s Spring 2017 Couture collection.

Her frilled top seems very reminiscent of the 1970’s with the large collar and the flashy fabric; then factor in the skinny leather trousers and this really was a go-to outfit for a rock chick.

Tempering the oversized silhouette with a plain black belt, Marion’s love for PVC shoes continues to be a common feature of her red carpet looks during this festival.

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