Marion Cotillard's Latest Lady Dior Ads Revealed

07/08/2009 at 10:56 AM ET

Courtesy of Dior

After posing on top of the Eiffel Tower in her first set of Dior ads, Marion Cotillard is back on terra firma for the fall ads for the Lady Dior bag. Shot by famed photographer photographed by Annie Leibovitz, the Oscar winner will play a woman living a double life in a three part femme fatal-inspired photo shoot. In the first ad, Marion is hiding something in her bag. Find out what she has in the next two ads coming between July and November. We love the addition of the sexy red dress, lipstick and nail polish and can’t wait to see what Dior and Marion have in store. Tell us: What do you think of Marion’s new Dior ads?

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Snowball Le on

Love the red dres and the red lip together. Great classic look, Lady Dior

Snowball Le on

Love the dress, love the nails, love the hair, loooove the bag.
Ashlee Simpson = L.O.V.E (song)

I miss Michael Jackson.

babe on

VERY, VERY CHIC!!
LOVE THE ADD, VERY TASTEFULLY DONE. PERFECT ACTRESS TO POSE FOR THE LABEL.

Elda on

Isn’t she the one who starred in Public Enemy?? if she is, she is beautiful!!!

Diego on

I Believe they went to design soohcl. You don’t HAVE to go to soohcl, but it would be a good idea because you would meet many people with different styles, techniques, and point of views. Also you would learn to be even better technically

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