A new stunning Lady Dior campaign is out featuring Marion Cotillard, who has been the face of the brand for the past eight years now. The campaign, Lady Dior Cruise Spring/Summer 2017, is shot by Craig McDean and set in the garden of Christian Dior’s childhood home in Granville, France. Marion poses once again with several versions of the Lady Dior handbag.
I have added the print ads of the campaign to the gallery as well as screen captures of the behind the scenes featurette that you can check out below.
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Marion Cotillard is once again featured in the latest Dior campaign for Lady Dior, Spring 2015. Shot by Peter Lindbergh at the Salk Institute in California, the campaign features Marion clad in some futuristic outfits in a desert of solar panels.
According to hollywoodlife.com:
Marion didn’t just pose for pictures, but she is also starring in a campaign film that is slated to debut on Diormag.com on April 8.
So let’s stay tuned and see what other stunning surprises are reserved!
I have added the Print Ads to the gallery as well as screen captures of the making of of this shoot. You can find the short video below:
Marion Cotillard has spent the past two days in Manila, in the Philippines accompanying French President François Hollande in a visit to the country to support actions against climate change. Marion has since long been an activist for climate change and has worked with Greenpeace for a few years now. She joined the efforts of Greenpeace in Philippines and spoke in support of better measures against climate change and for environment protection.
We want to share our thoughts on the issues of climate change. It’s not just the climate change but the survival of the millions of people on this planet. [The] Philippines of course, is one of the first countries which are aware that something should be done.
I have added photos of the event to the gallery:
There’s also a video of Marion’s speech on Thursday night. The video is unfortunately in French, I will try to translate it as soon as possible: