She is the current face of Dior, starred in the House’s recent Lady Noire Affaire, and will soon be seen in the next installment Lady Red, shot in New York by Annie Leibovitz. That bag… oh la. The ads will begin running in August. And yesterday, in Paris for fashion week, front row seated next to Sidney Toledano, President & CEO of Christian Dior, of course it was Marion Cotillard.

Dressed beautifully but conservatively so as not to usurp the runway, looking perfect, and smiling broadly for John Galliano, Marion is enjoying the success of Public Enemies, which opened in a strong 3rd behind Transformers and Ice Age at the box office, as it was expected to, considering its R-rating, and the fact that it had to contend with family over the holiday weekend, and of course the new reality that good taste is dead.

Despite mixed reviews, even critics are encouraging moviegoers to see Public Enemies. Because otherwise we’ll be forced to deal with more bullsh-t like Paul Blart. I hate people.

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