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Marion Cotillard In Erdem - BAFTA Los Angeles 2013 Awards Season Tea Party

Marion Cotillard attended BAFTA’s Los Angeles 2013 Awards Season Tea Party, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in California last night.

After not setting our world on fire yesterday at the W Magazine event, she fared much better in Erdem.

Her Pre-Fall 2013 gown with a lavish floral print combined delicate texture with vivacious colours to create a jaw-dropping creation.

Marion kept her hair and makeup simple, opting for a high bun and glossy lips.

Thanks to Sarah Jessica Parker, I usually hate cross-body bags on the red carpet, but Marion’s Christian Louboutin ‘Sweet Charity’ satin and lace bag complements the relaxed luxe vibe she has going on here.

You can buy Marion’s Christian Louboutin bag from Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.

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Marion Cotillard In Prabal Gurung - W Magazine Celebrate The Golden Globes

Marion Cotillard continued to prove that she’s not a one-trick pony when she took the red carpet at the Chateau Marmont in California last night, for W Magazine’s celebration of the Golden Globes.

Suiting up in a Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2013 look, the French actress donned a graphic black-and-white blouse with lily-print tapered tuxedo pants and a sleek black tuxedo jacket.

Opting not to wear the Casadei pumps as styled in the look book, Marion selected simple black pumps.

When I look at this I ask myself, “What would Karolina Kurkova do?”

She would’ve slicked back her hair, given us more attitude and opted for a sexier shoe.

Those three things are missing from Marion’s look for me.

So far Prabal Gurung’s Pre-Fall 2013 collection is the most successful with celebs as three looks have hit the red carpet in three days.

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Marion Cotillard In Zuhair Murad Couture - 2013 Critics' Choice Movie Awards

When I saw Marion Cotillard on the red carpet this evening for the 2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, my first reaction was, “the spell is broken”.

Childish I know, but I’m excited to finally see her in something other than Dior and especially Zuhair Murad Couture.

Her Fall 2012 black lace A-line dress featuring floral beaded appliqué and an open back is the most playful I’ve seen Marion in a long time.

I’m sure you will agree that her spark, that many of us were missing, is finally back.

As you would expect from Marion, her styling was impeccable with nude accessories including Jimmy Choo ‘Tahi’ sandals plus she dazzled in Chopard jewels.

A side parted bun and neutral makeup completed her look.

Needless to say she is my favourite so far.

Credit: Zuhair Murad & Getty

Marion Cotillard attended the ‘TimesTalk Presents an Evening with Marion Cotillard, Matt Damon and Gus Van Sant’ event at The Times Center in New York City and the ‘Rust and Bone’ luncheon yesterday.

My reaction to this look was “hallelujah, it’s Alaïa”.

The French actress has been on a non-stop Dior fashion-fest for the past few weeks, so even though this isn’t a premiere or a gala event, I’m thankful for the mini-break.

Her black-and-white short-sleeve dress, featuring an A-line pleated skirt and jagged edges, was simply styled with black pumps with a steel heel.

Are you also rejoicing, or are you still longing for Marion to wow you?

Credit: Getty

Marion Cotillard was honoured at the 2012 Gotham Independent Film Awards held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City last night.

The ‘Rust and Bone’ actress of course wore Dior, again.

We’ve come to expect nothing less.

On this occasion, she wore a Christian Dior Fall 2012 Couture navy dress, staying in the dark colour palette she only seems to wear these days.

The tea-length sleeveless dress with lapels and a textured skirt is a chic look, but length and runway styling is considerably more enticing… yes I’m referring to those yummy shoes.

Marion styled her look with navy Dior pumps, and a Chopard necklace which attempts to liven up her look, but fails.

I’m bored. Are you bored?

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Marion Cotillard graces the December cover of W Magazine wearing Dior Couture, of course.

The French actress wore this same coat in black last week, whereas LeeLee Sobieski wore the same red coat during Fashion Week.

Tim Walker shot the cover and the accompanying editorial, featuring the actress wearing pieces by Jean Paul Gaultier, Chanel, Lanvin, Valentino and a very avant-garde Iris Van Herpen look.

With ‘Rust and Bone’ set to hit theatres on November 23rd, Marion talked to the mag about her acting inspiration, her childhood, her first American movie, ‘Big Fish’, and her Oscar experience.

You can read some highlights below. The whole interview can be read over at Wmagazine.com.

On her acting inspiration: “Both my parents were actors, and their favorite was Charlie Chaplin. My mother’s favorite actress was Greta Garbo.”

On whether she was a dramatic child: “I always wanted to express myself by being someone other than myself. I needed to experience the human soul—something more than just my soul. I wasn’t enough! When I was 10 or 11, I played an angry housekeeper in a play at camp. I was yelling at everyone. I remember the feeling I had when it was over. I really loved it.”

On her first major American movie Big Fish: “I was a big fan of Beetlejuice, and I really wanted to work with Tim Burton. I remember I kept the pages of the scenes under my pillow for a month. I don’t know if that’s why I got the part, but I know I wished for it every night.”

On her Oscar experience: “It was amazing. In France, we have a lot of actors, but you never get a chance to share your experiences. In America, you show the movie, and you talk about it with actors who know what it’s like to open your heart, soul, and mind to another person and let them in. I especially feel very close to other actresses…I love actresses. I love them! When there’s a movie without an actress in it, I miss something. Without a woman, it’s not the same.”

Credit: Tim Walker for W Magazine




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