Another day at the Marrakech Film Festival, another Dior look by attendee Marion Cotillard. But while her past looks have been polished couture cocktail dresses and spotted silk gowns, her most recent look is decidedly more relaxed . . . and decidedly, well, more. This striped Dior Haute Couture ensemble is composed of two dresses layered on top of each other — but do you think that the look succeeds in creating a polished yet casual red carpet outfit for Marion? Or are the stripes too much? You decide, right here.
Some of the most powerful women in Hollywood stepped out for a celebration of sisterhood last night when they attended the 2013 Elle Women in Hollywood Awards in LA. Honorees included Reese Witherspoon, Marion Cotillard, Melissa McCarthy, Naomie Harris, and Shailene Woodley, who also appeared together in Elle's November Hollywood issue, which hit newsstands earlier this month. There were plenty of stars who turned out to support their Hollywood peers, including Chelsea Handler, who hung out with Reese and Whitney Cummings, and Lea Michele, who went without her "Cory" necklace while walking the red carpet.
Monday night was a big one for Hollywood as the annual Hollywood Film Awards also took place in Beverly Hills.
Fashion's love affair with the art world continues in Marion Cotillard's stunning Resort 2014 campaign, shot by photographer Tim Walker, for the iconic Lady Dior bag. This season, the bag is updated with high-contrast colours that fade into one another, forming a gradient that would look perfectly at home on a canvas. So naturally, in the background of each of the ads is a canvas splattered with colours featured on the bags.
And in a year that brought us a pop star turning her face into a canvas and a designer turning his runway into an art museum, it feels right that Dior would take such an artistic turn with this campaign. Get a look at Cotillard's latest Lady Dior ads here.
Far outweighing the glamour of most other red carpets, the Cannes Film Festival is as much about the jaw-dropping couture as it is about the movies. This year's fest was no exception — from start to finish, we were treated to a lineup of A-list dressing. Given the nonstop glamour, it's not easy to play favourites, but we've narrowed it down to just a handful of the most stunning Cannes arrivals. Cara Delevingne lit up the scene in a sultry black lace Burberry gown, Freida Pinto wowed in brilliant colour with a bright pink Gucci gown, and Jessica Biel hit the carpet in a frothy, feathery Marchesa confection and a megawatt serpent necklace.Not to be outdone, Marion Cotillard dazzled in an elegant white Dior dress, and Nicole Kidman played official juror in a decadent and ultrafeminine Valentino Couture gown. Of these five most memorable fashion moments, who's your Cannes red carpet queen? Cast your vote now.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Rooney Mara, Nicole Kidman, and Carey Mulligan are the latest in a long list of fashion darlings and actresses to take Raf Simons from the runway to the red carpet. Ever since Belgian designer Simons, formerly of Jil Sander, took the reins at the legendary label, he's presented five exquisite collections. Naturally, stars like 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.
Marion Cotillard did her best to hold it together when her eyes started to water in the middle of a photocall for The Immigrant at the Cannes Film Festival today. She looked perfectly elegant while posing for photos in a white Alexander McQueen dress with her costar Jeremy Renner, but when it came time to face the photographers herself, her eyes started to tear up. Marion giggled through the ordeal, and put on a pair of large sunglasses as she geared up for the film's press conference. She is no stranger to the flashing lights in the South of France as she premiered another new project, Blood Ties, at the festival on Monday.
It's been a dramatic week for Marion after a woman who was accused of stalking her in 2011 was sentenced to probation on Tuesday. Marion wasn't present at the sentencing, which took place in Brooklyn, as she was attending to business in Cannes. Don't forget to check out all the celebrities at the Cannes Film Festival as the glamorous bash draws to a close this weekend!
Jessica Biel, who wore a glamorous Dior gown, joined the face of the brand, Marion Cotillard, for Dior's Cruise Collection show on Saturday in Monaco. Also in attendance for the fashionable affair were Liv Tyler and Ruth Wilson. Marion switched her focus from jewels to dresses for the runway show after she attended a Chopard lunch at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday. The event took an unexpected turn after $1 million worth of Chopard jewelry was stolen the night before the celebratory occasion.
Jessica popped up in Monaco while her husband, Justin Timberlake, took care of business not far away at the Cannes Film Festival. Justin attended a photocall with his costars Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, and Oscar Isaac for their new Coen brothers film, Inside Llewyn Davis today.
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.