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Marion Cotillard in Balmain – Trophée Chopard

Marion Cotillard in Balmain -  Trophée Chopard

Marion Cotillard attended the Trophée Chopard festivities, hosted during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Friday (May 15) in Cannes, France.

Putting a vivacious twist into her look, the French actress flashed back to the spirit of the ’70s in a Balmain Fall 2015 dress featuring a molded orange and magenta bodice and black plissé skirt.

Reflecting the gold plate of the belt with her accessories, she completed the look by wearing a metallic clutch and bold Chopard earrings.

All things considered, I liked seeing this mod, playful side of Marion, even if the look was quite literal in its retro mood.

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Christian Dior Cruise 2016 Front Row

Christian Dior Cruise 2016 Front Row

The Christian Dior Cruise 2016 was held on Monday (May 11) at ‘Palais Bulle – Bubble Palace,’ which overlooks the water in the French Riviera, France. A group of Dior-donning darlings were in attendance to take in the latest collection from designer Raf Simons.

Marion Cotillard: The face of Lady Dior wore a Dior Haute Couture printed black and white wool coat, accessorized with fun Dior platform shoes, a ‘Diorama’ blue handbag, and Dior sunglasses. While the structured coat itself was a more sophisticated and demure piece, the styling added a sassy spirit especially given the leggy silhouette, her messy pompadour updo, and coral-pink lip. I do like the modern direction in which she was going, even if the execution wasn’t perfect at every angle.

Dakota Fanning
: Dressed in a Dior Fall 2015 grey silk leather satin dress with Dior black pumps, the starlet stepped out in a girly, feminine look that had a distinctly youthful party flair.

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Which Was Your Favourite Marion Cotillard Awards Season Look?

Which Was Your Favourite Marion Cotillard Awards Season Look 2

I was not surprised to see Marion Cotillard wearing Dior pretty much exclusively during awards season, but I am surprised how totally underwhelmed I was by her run.

My favourite look was by far her Critics’ Choice Dior Couture gown followed by her Valentino boho offering at the Film Independent Spirit Awards.

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Marion Cotillard In Giambattista Valli Couture – 2015 Vanity Fair Party

Marion Cotillard In Giambattista Valli Couture - 2015 Vanity Fair Party

Marion Cotillard attended the 2015 Vanity Fair Party, hosted at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday (February 22) in Beverly Hills, California.

The French beauty again opted for a non-Dior look, donning a Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 Couture ensemble.

I take no issue with the top that was magnificently encrusted with an array of metallic and multicolour embellishment, nor the artfully constructed, cloud-like folds of the skirt.

I, however, cannot get on board with the black-and-white bow-like appendage that wrapped sportily around her waist. Enough is enough with this look—and that addition was too much.

For those that found no favour in her earlier Oscars outing, I’m not sure this effort will win many more points.

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Marion Cotillard In Christian Dior Couture – 2015 Oscars

Marion Cotillard In Christian Dior Couture - 2015 Oscars_

Marion Cotillard, nominated for her work in ‘Two Days, One Night,’ attended the 2015 Oscars at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday (February 22) in Hollywood, California.

After her appearance at the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards in a Valentino boho gown, perhaps few will be surprised that she returned to Dior for the big night.

Her Christian Dior Spring 2014 Couture white gown with sweeping train conveyed a cloud of lightness with its veil of perforated latticework, punctuated by a mock cape and black paneling at the back.

Oozing her signature air of Parisian-chic sophistication, the French beauty finished the monochromatic look with a sleek updo and diamond statement earrings by Chopard.

Elegance personified for this face of Dior?

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