Chanel jumpsuit by Marion Cotillard
Marion Cotillard has proven on numerous occasions to be the definitive representative of French fashion in general and Chanel in particular. Signing her as a global ambassador for the mythical house is one of the best decisions off the catwalk that the firm’s creative director, Virginie Viard, has made. The actress, the winner of the Donostia Award for her entire career at the San Sebastian Film Festival in 2021, premiered her latest film this weekend in Paris: Asterix Et Obelix: L’Empire Du Milieu, which on February 3 of this year will be released in our country under the title Asterix and Obelix: The Middle Kingdom. Directed by her husband, Guillaume Canet, this new adaptation of the Gallic comic allows Marion Cotillard to put herself in the shoes of the Egyptian pharaoh of Greek origin Cleopatra.
At its premiere, however, the close friend of Penélope Cruz has opted for a style that is not too pharaonic. The star of La Vie en Rose posed with the Belgian singer Angèle (who was also wearing Chanel) in sky blue jacquard weaved dungarees with straps that she wore with nothing underneath, pure effortless chic and unpretentious Parisian charm.
Jumpsuits or dungarees are a wild option that, with a single garment, solves a complete look from 9 to 9. Normally associated with outfits as informal as the total denim look in which Katie Holmes is an expert, the truth is that every time more prescribers have worn them for formal occasions: Nieves Álvarez and Jennifer Lopez agreed on a black model and both Hermès and Isabel Marant include them in their autumn 2023 proposals. Marion Cotillard’s choice shows that we will also wear them in spring.