Cannes Film Festival 2013 Fashion: Marion Cotillard Brings The ‘60s To The Red Carpet In A Beehive, Color Block Dior Dress

French actress Marion Cotillard continues to stun on the Cannes red carpet. Most recently, Marion Cotillard, 37, wore a strapless Dior gown with color blocks on a white background.

She looked stunning and ’60s-esque as she styled her hair in a high beehive and kept her makeup simple in a mod look.

 

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the gown is from Raf Simons’ first Christian Dior cruise collection. The 2014 collection was shown in Monte Carlo last weekend in the midst of the Cannes festivities.

The Daily Mail reports that Cotillard is only the second person to wear a dress from the collection, the first being Princess Charlene of Monaco.

 

The multi-colored gown had a slight high-low style, ending below the knees in the front while grazing the red carpet in the back.

The gown had color block sections of blue, yellow and black on a white silk background.

 

Simons was inspired by abstract artist Piet Mondrian and the Mondrian-inspired primary color-blocked shift dresses made famous by Yves Saint Laurent in 1965. The gown provides a modern, curve-hugging update to the retro ’60s look.

E! Online reports that Cotillard wore a bouffant beehive styled by Robert Vetica in a retro-inspired look.

 

She added to the ’60s vibe with dark-lined eyes and nude lips for a mod look. She also wore hoop Chopard earrings and a wrist cuff.

She wore black T-strap heels, matching one of the dress’s stripes.

 

Cotillard was on the red carpet for the “Blood Ties” premiere. She was joined by her costar Zoe Saldana, who wore a controversial brocade gown that some thought was pretty and elegant and some thought was drab and boring.

 


Source : Erika W. Smith , FashionnStyle Reporter

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