Marion Cotillard Goes Barefoot, Artsy for Lady Dior Resort 2014
Nora Ephron wrote this great essay about journalism and New York which we read periodically to remind ourselves of, essentially, how cool it is to be us. (Read it. It’ll make you feel hopeful and good about yourself too.)
The story isn’t all that relevant to Marion Cotillard‘s sixth ad campaign for Lady Dior, except it contains an anecdote about the author learning what “painterly” means from an older fashion-editor friend. We never find out the definition, but we now suspect it has something to do with French movie stars sitting in front of splashy, drippy walls.
It’s kind of like she and Tim Walker snuck into Jackson Pollock‘s studio when he went to get more supplies for Full Fathom Five or something, and with her flipped-out bob, cowl-backed dress, red lips and general Gallic radiance, we don’t think he’d be too, too mad to find her there.
For a few more images of the chicest break-and-enterer ever holding some bags whose marbled colors resemble those of knockoff Livestrong bands, head to Fashion Gone Rogue.
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