In or Out: Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior

Posted on September 08, 2011

Before we get to the inevitable bitchery, let’s all take a moment and thank Jesus for nude linings. Let’s also thank actresses with enough sense to realize when they need one.

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior Marion Cotillard attends the “Contagion” premiere in New York City in Christian Dior.

Christian Dior Fall 2011 CollectionChristian Dior Fall 2011 Collection/Model: Sigrid Agren (ELITE)

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior

We’re not gonna jump out of our seats and shout “WERQ, girl!” over this one, but it’s at least an interesting dress and a gal like Marion can pull this kind of look off. We’re not entirely sure a gal like Marion can pull off “Heidi of the Swiss Alps” hair along with said dress, but if we had to compile a list of actresses who could pull off such hair, Marion would no doubt be on the list.

She looks mighty busty in this thing but since she dropped a kid recently, that surely has more to do with nature than anything fashion-related. The funny thing about this dress is that it looks much, much better from the back. The front just looks too busy and fussy to us; especially the lower half. It gets a little “Miss Havisham” in the skirt. We do love that neckline though; very soft and feminine.

And to be honest, the more we look at her, the more we think “Is it us or is she kind of rocking that ‘Heidi of the Swiss Alps” hair? She’s got such a sexy back and beautiful neck that it just works. She should have spent the night with her back to everyone, looking over her shoulder the whole time.

Vote Now!
IN! I can’t see her nipples or panties and that spells C-L-A-S-S-Y!

OUT! Widow’s weeds.

The Kitten Konsensus on Jessica Chastain’s peach lace getup was that the dress was beautiful, but the hair and makeup weren’t up to the task, leaving her OUT. That poor girl needs a tutorial on detailing a look.

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