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Friday 27 May 2016

Marion Cotillard stunning for Dior

Published 21/03/2013

Marion Cotillard
Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard looks stunning in the latest campaign images for Lady Dior.

The Hollywood beauty poses alongside an orange handbag in one image from the label's latest collection wearing looks from the pre-fall line.

In another picture, Marion sits with her back to a bold blue tote, while looking pensively away from the camera.

The campaign was shot by esteemed photographer Jean-Baptiste Mondino and the images make sure they show off the label's newest arm candy in the best light.

The brunette beauty looks stunning in designs from Dior's creative director Raf Simons. In one picture Marion looks the epitome of glamour in a dramatic dark olive-green satin, volumised puffball skirt which falls to her ankles, while another image shows the actress simply elegant in a strapless, structured navy dress.

The new advertisements are set to break in French magazine Numéro on Monday and in the May issue of Vanity Fair in America.

The edition is due out on April 9.

Dior released a statement at the end of last year and gushed about Marion's involvement in the project, which included her designing a bag for the label in 2012.

"She has been the face of the Lady Dior bag since 2008, the epitome of a sophisticated and vibrant woman. It was, of course, completely natural that Marion Cotillard would go on to design her own bag, her personal Lady Dior, as modern as it is timeless," the statement read.

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