Marion Cotillard and Elle Fanning's London Film Festival Style: Red Carpet Recap (GALLERY)
The red carpet has been full of phenomenal fashion at the 56th BFI London Film Festival, which kicked off this weekend.
Among the festival's fashionable stars is Marion Cotillard, who is one of the first celebs to be spotted in a straight-off-the-Spring 2013-runways style, which she modeled at the Rust and Bone premiere.
No ordinary LBD, Cotillard's black Dior shift featured an architectural high-low hemline with pleating on back. Printed pointy-toed Dior pumps added edge to her all-black ensemble.
The French actress was two for two in the style department over the weekend, donning another chic ensemble to a press conference for her film.
With another pared-down look in a black-and-white printed Azzaro dress, the star relied on of-the-moment details to amp up her ladylike look. Blurry Rorschach-like blotches balanced the dress' feminine silhouette and oversized bow, while cut-outs kept her Christian Louboutin Mary Janes from looking too sweet.
At the Ginger & Rosa premiere, Elle Fanning wore a long floral dress by Rochas. The up-and-coming style star styled the strapless ball gown to fit the vintage romance that's becoming her signature style, wearing a lace choker around her neck and balancing a muted mint green sweater on her shoulders.
Though the 14-year-old has been criticized for wearing outfits that look to old for her age (and petite frame), in this case, Fanning manages to pull off the Victorian-librarian look by adding a touch of youthful irony.
Sure, Fanning may have covered her shoulders with a cardigan, but the longer boyfriend style with ivory piping was more reminiscent of a prep school uniform than a stuffy librarian's sweater, offering just the right dose of unexpected flair.
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Check out more of the latest red carpet fashion hits and misses in the video below.