Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week
After having been spotted in Italy filming Nine earlier this month Marion Cotillard made her first official public appearance in 2009. As the new face of the Lady Dior campaign she attended the Christian Dior fashion show during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion week at the Musée Rodin in Paris (France) yesterday. She looked very elegant as you can see for yourself when you click the gallery link further down in this post.
Read a description of the show on Vogue.co.uk. And here some mentionings of Marion:
A-list celebrities sitting front row included actresses Michelle Yeoh and Misha Barton, Ivana Trump, burlesque artist Dita Von Teese, who said she “especially liked the first half of the show,” and French actress Marion Cotillard who called Galliano “a real artist.”
The actress Mischa Barton drooled over the dresses, while the French star Marion Cotillard said more cautiously, “Not all of them – but the white.” She was referring to the slender outfits that punctuated the full skirts that were very Dior from the 1950s.
038 Paris Fashion Week – Christian Dior Haute Couture Spring/Summer
More pictures by Peter Lindbergh
Once again, I bring you scans of magazine spreads featuring Marion Cotillard portraits taken by Peter Lindbergh. None are really new, but some pictures are shown in their entirety here or on one single page. This time around the Chopard promotion fashion features come from the following publications: Vogue (Japan) – July and Luna (Italy) – June.
And then there’s one new picture from the other Lindbergh photo shoot session – the one that appeared in the March issue of Italian Vogue. The new pic appeared in the May issue of Vogue France and came with a quote from the famous photographer:
“Quand j’ai vu “La Môme” en connnaissant personnellement Marion, j’étais sous le choc de sa transformation. Sur cette photo, on la voit telle qu’elle est, pas transformée, et je la trouve encore plus magnifique.”
When I watched “La Vie en Rose”, knowing Marion personally, I was shocked by her transformation. On this photograph you see her the way she is, not transformed, and I think she looks even more magnificent here.