Marion Cotillard glides through the air for Dior

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Marion Cotillard is the epitome of elegance as she stars in the latest Lady Dior campaign.

The French actress, 38, is seen gliding through the air with grace in the stunning images.


A behind-the-scenes video reveals that Marion used a trampoline to jump up and down while Jean-Baptiste Mondino shot the pictures.

Marion used a trampoline to jump up and down while Jean-Baptiste Mondino shot the pictures.

She showcases several versions of the Lady Dior handbag, the tote made popular by the late Princess, Diana of Wales.


Marion is the face of lady Dior, while fellow actress Jennifer Lawrence is the face of the whole brand.

Jennifer's ads were recently unveiled, showing the Oscar winner in pared-back, minimal shots for the French brand.

Sporting an au naturel make-up look and her short hair styled in a quiffed updo, Jennifer looked stunning in the campaign.


A month before the ads were released, it was reported that The Hunger Games star had extended her contract with the brand for an estimated $15million.

Jennifer opened up about her relationship with Dior in a recent interview.

"One of my favourite Dior dresses was the dress I wore in Cannes," she said.

"But I do obviously have very special memories of the dress I wore to the Oscars. Some fun, some not. They need to make it more accessible for stairs in my opinion," she added, referring to her infamous trip on the stairs on the way to the stage to collect her Best Actress award.

"It feels nice when you're dressed in something beautiful and you feel beautiful or you wear an outfit you feel really proud of… It can be really fun and therefore make you happier."

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