Famously Marilyn Monroe’s bedtime ensemble of choice, a new screen siren is flying the flag for Chanel’s No.5: Marion Cotillard. It’s the first time the actor and icon of insouciant French chic has lent her face to a fragrance – and what a match they make.
Just like the perfume – itself an institution in the fragrance world and beyond – Cotillard is an award-winner, having scooped an Oscar and a Golden Globe over the course of a career that has seen her work with some of the industry’s most feted directors, from Christopher Nolan to Ridely Scott. Now, she will turn her talent to a new Chanel Campaign, set to be unveiled later in the year.
‘The perfect incarnation of French natural beauty, Marion Cotillard has an irresistible ‘je ne sais quoi’ that’s all her own’, a spokesperson for the brand said. ‘She is bringing her elegance to the image of the iconic No.5 fragrance’. Having worn Chanel for many a red-carpet premier-including that of the film that won her the Best Actress Oscar, La Vie en Rose – Cotillard’s new role marks the latest chapter in her Chanel story.
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Paris / France – – Late Tunisian couturier Azzedine Alia’s Parisian home has become the subject of a new documentary, ‘Azzedine Alaia, 18 Rue de la Verrerie Paris’, Directed by Nathalie Plicot and narrated by French actor Isabelle Huppert, the 27 – minute film gives a rare glimpse into Alaia’s 4,000 – square – meter home. The … Continue reading Azzedine Alaia’s Parisian Residence And Atelier Are Explored In This New Documentary