August 30 2014

styledotcom In honor of the #USOpen, 19 of the greatest tennis fashion moments:

Subscribe to Style Magazine
25 posts tagged "Marion Cotillard"

A New Crop of Nominees Prepares To Dress The Part


With the announcement of the Golden Globe nominations this morning, awards season has officially begun. And while many are furiously debating who’ll make it up to the Beverly Hilton hotel stage to collect their statuette, we’re more concerned with the action outside—the red carpet. What are this year’s crop of nominees going to wear?

Nine‘s Marion Cotillard is a no-brainer: She’s a Dior girl, fronting the house’s campaign for the Lady Dior bag; here’s hoping Galliano puts together something suitably shocking for her bravura turn as Nine‘s neglected wife. (We’d wish for a half-on, half-off Fall ’09 Couture look—perfectly appropriate for the flick’s many bedroom scenes—but January in L.A. can be chilly.) Her co-star and co-nominee Penélope Cruz tends to favor long, elegant gowns (vintage Balmain to the Oscars in 2009, pictured; Versace a few years before), and there’ll likely be more of the same. Likewise from Meryl (twice nominated for Julie & Julia and It’s Complicated): We can see her in a sensible Alberta Ferretti (again) or maybe Carolina.

Luckily, it’s a great year for young actresses to shake things up. Emily Blunt, nominated for her portrayal of Queen Victoria, would look great in a simple, regal gown—maybe an Alexis Mabille? Carey Mulligan (An Education) has been stepping out in Prada, where she could pick a crystal-studded stunner. (Careful not to outshine Shia.) And Precious‘ Gabourey Sidibe—a first-time nominee—has been opting for jewel tones in her many appearances to promote the movie. She’d look great in a gem-colored Devi Kroell from pre-fall ’09.

On the TV side, there’s bound to be the requisite dose of Mad Men proper. Betty Draper cut loose this season, ditching Don and heading for Reno—any chance nominee January Jones will, too? We’d love to see a little Vegas gold, especially for an actress who’s played the Grace Kelly card so often. (And, while we’re on the subject, no nomination for Mad Men‘s Elisabeth Moss?)

But there are upstarts here, too. If anyone can pull off evening shorts or a jumpsuit to an awards show, it’s gotta be Big Love nominee Chloë Sevigny. Ditto Drew, who’s making the rounds for Grey Gardens with her co-star and co-nominee Jessica Lange one final time. (The pair was nominated for Emmys, too; Lange won.) Call us literalists, but wouldn’t it be great to see Barrymore and Lange—who played Big Edie and Little Edie Beale, the quintessential cat ladies of the twentieth century—in feline frocks from Miu Miu’s kitty collection?

Photo: Steve Granitz / WireImage

David Lynch for Dior, Judienna Heat Up, and More…


David Lynch is rumored to be directing the latest installment of Christian Dior‘s Lady Dior mini movies, starring Marion Cotillard and, bien sûr, a handbag. Galliano plus Lynch? If a commercial could be nominated for an Oscar, this would be on our list. [WWD]

For old flames, Jude Law and Sienna Miller are spending an awful lot of time together for us not to get suspicious. We will refrain from speculation until at least one more news cycle. [Page Six]

Could Will Smith be Marc Jacobs’ newest cover boy? The actor is appearing in the designer’s duds exclusively when he attends President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize presentation in Oslo next week. Someone call Juergen Teller—let’s make an ad out of this. [WWD]

Pamela Anderson is coming to fashion week. She and Richie Rich are launching A*Muse, a new line she’ll be modeling come February. Suddenly the Baby Phat show sounds sort of dull. [Page Six]

Photo: Roger Harvey/Globe Photos/

Blasblog From Paris: Backstage Bubbles


I know a few women who say they prefer couture to ready-to-wear because of the lack of frenzy and excitement. But really, it’s all about the alcohol and free food. Back on Monday, Dior invited guests downstairs into John Galliano’s mirrored studio under the salon where he had just debuted his collection. Marion Cotillard hovered by the food and wondered if it was too early in the day to hit the bubbly. Of course it wasn’t. Yesterday, Riccardo Tisci welcomed a whole slew of well-wishers and Champagne sippers to a little tent backstage after Givenchy. His muse, Mariacarla Boscono, held court with Luigi Murenu, while Natasha Poly and Lara Stone asked for creams and bleach to get the black out of their hair. But the most decadent post-show affair was provided by Karl Lagerfeld. There’s always a major crush to see the designer, and the pushy guards have a lot of crowd control on their hands. This time he served drinks and food so that patient types like Fabiola Beracasa and Tallulah Harlech were able to watch the post-show mania with a cocktail while Isabel Lucas, Mario Testino, and Élodie Bouchez made their way through the crush to congratulate the Kaiser. “I think all the designers should do this after every show,” Poppy Delevingne declared. I don’t think she’d find many who would argue with her.

Photo: Derek Blasberg

Kanye To Live The Goude Life?


With Marion Cotillard drowning in a sea of air kisses from ardent admirers and Dita Von Teese , the pre-show scene yesterday at Dior was pretty glamorous. But further down the front row, deals were being negotiated as Kanye West, attending his first couture show, was introduced to photographer Jean-Paul Goude. The rapper-designer enthused that he’s a huge fan, saying, “[I’m] inspired by your work all the time.” (Not that we were eavesdropping or anything.) A moment later he added that he’d love to work with Goude on a music video, for which he had some ideas in mind, to which Goude agreed. Apparently West wasn’t just schmoozing—a moment later his assistant confabbed with Goude’s to set up a meeting. We can only imagine what kind of surreal magic those two will make together. Now there’s another reason besides The City to stay tuned to MTV.

Photo: Eric Ryan/Getty Images

watch your back, ms. bruni-sarkozy


Peter Som bids Bill Blass adieu. The designer will focus on his own collection, while Blass designer Prabal Gurung will take over for now.

Word is Marion Cotillard is the next face of Dior‘s Lady Dior bag campaign, a post once held by Carla Bruni. Aim high, Marion.

Kabbalah leaders are totally embarrassed by Madonna and her messy divorce. As if there would even be kabbalah without Madonna.

Photo: Francois Durand/Getty Images