Marion cotilliard

Inspired by her powerful and chameleon-like portrayals, we decided to cast Marion Cotillard in our very own Fashion Performance. The current Lady Dior proved to the world she was master of both film and fashion when she elegantly carried off that Jean Paul Gaultier mermaid dress on the night she won Best Actress for her role as Édith Piaf. We looked to the work of the 1960s Fluxus movement to inform this one-off performance, full of intriguing yet unexplained meanings. In AnOther Magazine 18 the narrative continues in an interview, where Cotillard reveals her heroes, her passions, and the contents of her handbag.

Marion Cotillard

Dress by Dolce & Gabbana; Shorts by Prada; Socks and shoes by Comme des Garçons

Marion Cotillard

(Left) Ruffle top and shorts by Marc Jacobs; Socks by Dior, (right) dress and shorts by Prada; Socks and shoes by Comme des Garçons

Marion Cotillard

Dress and shorts by Prada; Socks and shoes by Comme des Garçons

Marion Cotillard

Top by Comme des Garçons; Shorts and socks by Dior; Shoes by Comme des Garçons

Marion Cotillard

Bodice dress and shorts by Dior

Marion Cotillard

Blouse by Miu Miu; Shorts by Prada; Socks and shoes by Comme des Garçons



Photography: Craig McDean
Styling: Olivier Rizzo
Hair: Odile Gilbert at Exposure
Make-up: Mark Carasquillo at Art + Commerce
Manicurist: Megumi Yamamoto at Susan Price
Set design: Piers Hanmer
Photographic assistants: Chris Ferretti, Huan Nguyen
Styling assistant: Shala Rothenberg
Hair assitant: Ayumi Yamamoto
Make-up assistant: Ariel Yeh