Marion Cotillard donned a strapless Vivienne Westwood gown to join Colin Firth at the Chopard lunch as part of the festivities for the Cannes Film Festival today. Marion and Colin celebrated the jewelry brand, which is responsible for creating the festival's Palme d'Or trophy, as well as best actor and actress awards. The celebratory lunch comes at an interesting time for the brand since it was revealed that $1 million worth of Chopard jewels were stolen from a hotel room in Cannes last night. The jewelry was to be loaned as red carpet pieces to the stars at the festival. Many drew comparisons between last night's burglary and the film, The Bling Ring, which coincidentally debuted at the festival yesterday, since the movie is based on the real-life case of teenage burglars who robbed the Hollywood homes of celebrities.
British Games of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, is the latest in a long list of fashion darlings and actresses to take Raf Simons from the runway to the red carpet. Ever since the Belgian designer, formerly of Jil Sander, took the reins at the legendary label, he's presented five exquisite collections. Naturally, stars like Marion Cotillard (the face of Lady Dior) and Jennifer Lawrence (the face of Miss Dior handbags) have flocked to his jaw-dropping gowns, and we can totally see why. Simons is breathing new life into the design house by taking iconic past-collection references (think New Look from the 1940s) and updating them with a modern twist. Step inside to see all the stars who have donned Simons's designs for Dior now here.
Marion Cotillard took to the red carpet today in Japan for the Tokyo premiere of her film Rust and Bone. Marion also debuted her edgy new fringe haircut at the event, where the actress received a bouquet of flowers and spoke to the crowd before the film's screening.
Marion chose a strapless floral dress from Christian Dior's pre-Fall 2013 collection for the occasion, which is fitting since she is the face of Lady Dior. Marion has been linked to the French label since 2008, but this time around, she got hands on with handbags. Dior released a behind-the-scenes video of Marion's creative process while designing her very own carryall, called the 360° Bag.
Marion Cotillard stepped out to support her husband, Guillaume Canet, at his premiere of Jappeloup in Paris yesterday. She smiled and posed solo while Guillaume linked up for photos with his costars from the film, which he wrote. Marion has been busy with her own work recently, and her schedule isn't slowing down. Marion signed on to star in Two Days, One Night and will begin filming in Belgium this Summer. She'll also hit the big screen in her latest, Blood Ties, which Guillaume directed, in the coming months.
It's been a big year for Marion, who was recently honored for her work at the César Awards. Marion donned a black and white Christian Dior gown to step out for the French award ceremony. She was nominated for best actress for her work in Rust and Bone, but she ultimately lost out to Amour's Emmanuelle Riva.
Marion Cotillard shed her jacket and braved snow to pose on the red carpet at the César Awards in Paris on Friday. She chose yet another Christian Dior gown after wearing a creation by designer Raf Simons to the BAFTAs earlier this month. Marion was nominated for best actress at the French event for her work in Rust and Bone, though the honor went to Amour's Emmanuelle Riva. Other big winners included Marion's Rust and Bone costar Matthias Schoenaerts in the most promising male newcomer category and Argo for best foreign film. Kevin Costner was honored with a lifetime achievement award and accepted his statue, saying, "Merci, bonsoir. There's no hiding I'm an American. Thank you for seeing me for who I am." He was joined by wife Christine Baumgartner for the award show, which is France's equivalent of the Oscars.
Marion Cotillard made a splash on the red carpet at the SAG Awards in LA tonight wearing a two-colored Dior gown. She's up for the outstanding performance statue for Rust and Bone, a role that has garnered her plenty of attention this award season. Marion was also nominated at the Golden Globes and the Critics' Choice Awards earlier this month, though she didn't pick up any prizes at those shows. We'll have to see if she takes home the win tonight — stayed tuned for more coverage from the SAG Awards.
It was a big night for TV and film stars as they hit the red carpet for the 2013 Golden Globes on Sunday. Best supporting actress nominee Anne Hathaway chose a white Chanel look for her big night while presenter Kate Hudson went sexy in a plunging Alexander McQueen. Jennifer Lawrence, who picked up the award for best actress in a musical or comedy, brought a bright note with her Dior Haute Couture gown. Homeland's Claire Danes showed off her postbaby body in a red halter by Versace with her husband, Hugh Dancy, by her side, and Jennifer Lopez took the stage to present in a lacy Zuhair Murad number. There were so many more gorgeous ladies that posed on their way into the show, including a Christian Dior-clad Marion Cotillard, Taylor Swift in a backless Donna Karan Atelier, and others. Click through to see them all and make sure to vote on your favorites in Fab and Bella's Golden Globes style polls!
Stars descended on the Chateau Marmont in LA last night for W magazine's annual Golden Globes party celebrating their Best Performances issue. Jennifer Lawrence was a bright spot in the night, wearing a blue number after attending the AFI Awards in a colorful Prabal Gurung dress earlier in the day. Globes nominee Marion Cotillard chose a printed look from the same designer for the publication's bash, where Sienna Miller, who is up for an honor at Sunday's show, made her first award-season appearance. She arrived on the West Coast with daughter Marlowe earlier this week and will be hitting the carpet for tomorrow's big event. Also on hand to toast W's latest glossy were Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Miranda Kerr, Rachel Zoe, and many more. Click through to see them all and make sure to fill out your Golden Globes ballot before the show starts on Sunday!
Marion Cotillard, in a black and white Alaia dress, and her Rust and Bone costar Matthias Schoenaerts attended a luncheon for their project at Brasserie Ruhlmann in NYC yesterday. It's already been a big week for Marion, who attended the Gotham Independent Film Awards in a Christian Dior dress on Monday night. She, along with Matt Damon, was honored with a Tribute award for her work in film. Marion's latest movie opened in limited release last week, and press duties have been keeping her in the spotlight. She's featured on the cover of W magazine's December issue and also recently participated in The Hollywood Reporter's actress roundtable.
The Gotham Independent Film Awards took place at NYC's Cipriani Wall Street last night, honoring stars in the movie industry including Matt Damon and Marion Cotillard. Matt arrived with wife Luciana Damon and posed on the red carpet with their pal John Krasinski and his spouse, Emily Blunt. John presented Matt with a Tribute award during the Euphoria Calvin Klein-sponsored show. From the stage, Matt said, "I have never taken this industry for granted and I never will . . . I'm truly blessed."
Marion Cotillard, who wore Christian Dior, received the corresponding female honor for her work in film. The best ensemble cast award went to Your Sister's Sister, and was picked up by director Mark Duplass and stars Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt. Amy Adams took the stage to praise Silver Linings Playbook director David O. Russell, and later said hello to her fellow actors with fiancé Darren Le Gallo. It was a star-studded night in the Big Apple — check out who else won at the Gotham Independent Film Awards. Afterward, the gang retreated to a Russian Standard Vodka afterparty at the Andaz Hotel Wall Street.