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July 16, 2012  | by: Caitlyn Gallip

Marion Cotillard

Whether she is speaking French or English, Marion Cotillard lights up the street and screen. The Oscar winning actress who plays Miranda Tate in the upcoming blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises, is know for her Old Hollywood glamor and simplistic French style.

Marion Cotillard in effortless French street style

From the streets of Paris to the Hollywood hills, Cotillard’s street style could be compared to that of Audrey Hepburn. Her use of classic, simple, chic pieces can be best seen here on the streets. With a yellow v-neck tank, slim cut jeans and white slip on shoes, Cotillard looks fresh and not overly put together. Her red quilted bag adds some haute couture, while the fedora makes the outfit laid back.


Marion Cotillard is stunning on any red carpet

The red carpet is where Marion Cotillard really stands out.  Always classic and feminine, she seems to glow from her variety of vintage inspired gowns. In 2008 Cotillard won the Oscar for Best Actress for her portrayal of French singing legend Edith Piaf. She accepted this award in the long white lace dress. From fun and flirty to sexy Frenchwoman, she is able to walk with confidence while looking stunning.  Whether she is walking the streets in “Midnight in Paris” or married to Leonardo DiCaprio in “Inception” Marion Cotillard is hard not to take your eyes off of.

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