The French actress shines for Dior again. She is beautiful, playful and ethereal – jumps into the air with amazing Lady Dior bags. Take a look at the pictures.
Just like a ballerina: Marion Cotillard jumps into the air with perfect dancer-moves in the next ad for Lady Dior bags. In the photos, shot by the well-known photographer Jean-Baptiste Mondino, the Academy Award-winning actress looks effortlessly elegant in pieces from Dior’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection by Raf Simons.
The photos were paired with a short “making-of” video clip, which shows the actress jumping on a trampoline and striking graceful, ballerina-like poses in the air.
Our favourite set is the fuchsia Lady Dior bag, paired with an amazing pleated dress. She looks so ethereal and fabulous in this set, even her toes are perfectly pointed in the photo. Her classic and gorgeous appearance is completed by her natural make up: nude lips and eyes emphasized with eyeliner.
Dior loves Marion
According to Dior’s press release, Marion appears to take flight in the photos, carried away by the dynamic of a carefree dance. “The Lady Dior on her arm is an extension of who she is: timelessly elegant, it’s forever renewing itself in surprising and creative ways” – they write on their website.
This is not the French actress’s first campaign for Lady Dior bags, she has been the face of these products since 2008. She has a really good relationship with Dior: she was the cover girl for the luxury brand’s first, own magazine, wearing vintage pieces from the fifties.
Marion played in a short film shot for Dior, too, in a comedy entitled “L.A. by Dior”. The short film, directed by John Cameron Mitchell is inspired by an amusing piece of footage shot by Richard Avedon in 1973 which stars supermodel and actress Lauren Hutton.
About the iconic Lady Dior bag
The original Lady Dior bag was created in 1995. It quickly became associated with Princess Diana, who was regularly spotted with this accessory. According to CR Fashion Book, “Dior sought her permission to name the bag in her honour, and the Lady Dior has been gracing the most discerning elbows ever since”.