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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.
Just about everyone, from Marion Cotillard to Karlie Kloss to Bianca Balti, opted to bare their backs for today’s premiere of The Immigrant at the Cannes Film Festival. And yet, despite the inevitable lack of bras on the red carpet, there wasn’t a single wardrobe malfunction. High fives all around, stylists!
Another day, another dose of red carpet eye candy from the Cannes Film Festival. In today’s gallery, we’ve got Zoe Saldana in romantic, regal Valentino, a bevy of models at a “secret” Le Baron fête, and Marion Cotillard in Dior so fresh Raf Simons was probably still packing up the runway version.
It was quite the weekend over in the French Riviera, with red carpet favorites like Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, and Zoe Saldana stepping out to fête a host of films. Did their fashion picks up the ante at the Cannes Film Festival? Read on to find out.
The fashion world collectively freaked out when David Bowie released the video for “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” with Tilda Swinton and Bowie himself playing an old couple with “a nice life,” (as she says in the supermarket). We can all gasp and shriek once again, because the next Bowie mini-movie is here, and it’s basically a dream (nightmare?) come true.
If ever there were a match made in fashion heaven, Marion Cotillard and Christian Dior are it. While we’ve heard some doubts about whether Jennifer Lawrence or Mila Kunis have been quite the right fit for the brand, it seems like no one can deny the Gallic beauty’s sophisticated allure (and ability to shill Lady Dior handbags like nobody’s business). Plus, the technicolor lighting in this shoot is just amazing.
While Rihanna and Beyoncé rocked the red carpet at last night’s Grammys in Los Angeles, Jennifer Lawrence, Marion Cotillard, SJP, and more held their own over in London at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.
Despite all of the cringe-worthy E! red carpet commentary and vacuous introductory voiceover (Jessica Chastain was looking “Zero Dark Flirty”? Really?!), there were actually some slam dunk moments on the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet. From Marion Cotillard‘s voluminous Christian Dior couture to Claire Danes‘ unexpected one-shouldered Givenchy, here are our picks for the best of the bunch.
Marion Cotillard, chicer than chic French actress, face of Christian Dior, and fixture on Best Dressed lists the world ’round, loves Will Ferrell movies. She loves them so much, in fact, that upon encountering the comedian, she couldn’t contain her enthusiasm and jumped right on top of him, “like a monkey.” Like a very well dressed monkey.
Before we go any further, let’s just acknowledge that Marion Cotillard had the best look of the night. Draped in a scarlet Dior (surprise!) dress custom designed for her by Raf Simons, the Dark Knight Rises star managed to look modern, natural, and drop-dead gorgeous in one sleek fell swoop. But that isn’t to say she wasn’t given a run for her money on the evening’s red carpet.
What’s black, white, and red all over? This best dressed list, that’s what! Usually we are all for a rainbow on the red carpet — give us vivid brights over a sea of monochrome any day — but tonight’s Critics Choice Awards proved to be an exception. Nearly all of our favorite looks from the night were either black or white, but, of course, not one of them was boring.
Last night was a big night for big screen stars in New York City, with the 22nd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards going on downtown at Cipriani Wall Street, while uptown Brad Pitt‘s friends and fans joined him for a screening of his new film Killing Them Softly. But who was best dressed in the Big Apple?
Marion Cotillard continued her Dior domination at last night’s premiere of Rust and Bone here in NYC. At this point, we’re no longer surprised to see her wearing pieces from Raf Simons‘ couture and spring collections — it’s just a question of which ones.
Even as one of the faces of Dior, Marion Cotillard sure is going above and beyond the call of duty. The 37-year-old actress has worn fresh-off-the-runway Dior wares from Raf Simons‘ couture and spring collections for her last few premieres. At this rate, there’ll be no more Dior for everyone else! But really, when Cotillard looks this good in them, we’re not complaining.
At last night’s Women of the Year Awards hosted by Harper’s Bazaar UK, ladies like Marion Cotillard, Emily Blunt, and Gillian Anderson made some major sartorial statements on the red carpet. Alas, only one can be named best dressed.
Last night, celebs from the A-list, B-list, and beyond stepped out in all manner of red carpet duds. Here are our picks for best and worst dressed of the night.
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We suppose it was not a question of if, but when Marion Cotillard would pop up on the red carpet in a piece from Raf Simons‘ debut ready-to-wear collection from Christian Dior. The actress was the first to wear a dress from his couture collection at the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises back in July, and this weekend she stepped out in a black minidress straight off the Paris runway for the Rust and Bone premiere at the BFI London Film Festival.