If you’re talking about movies these days, after you’ve discussed whether you’ve seen the new Nancy Meyers’ film “The Intern,” the conversation might turn to the equally hot topic of women working in Hollywood. A lot of actresses are talking about it, too, including Marion Cotillard and Emma Watson, both major stars who weighed in this week with majorly different opinions. Cotillard, who’s promoting “Macbeth"—she plays Lady Macbeth —, claims the fight for gender equality separates men and women. For me, it doesn’t create equality, it creates separation.” On the other hand, Watson, who founded the gender equality movement HeForShe, said that she wants to see a more equal number of female and male directors, and is disappointed to have only had two female directors so far in her career.
Chanel had Seoul. Louis Vuitton took Palm Springs. For Dior's 2016 Cruise Collection, the famed French label corralled over 500 writers, editors, and celebrities to be wined and dined in the south of France. "This is an exciting atmosphere," said an elated Dakota Fanning before the show began.
Dior has a devoted group of girls that dress in the famed French design house's looks on red carpets all around the world. They're like a haute couture gang with membership being front row seats at Paris Fashion Week and worship at the high heeled feet of Raf Simons. Marion Cotillard, Jennifer Lawrence, and Natalie Portman were inducted years ago, fronting fragrance and fashion campaigns for the iconic brand. Dakota Johnson and Felicity Jones are the group's newest subscribers.
Whether you're looking to recreate Julianne Moore's taupey eyes or Keira Knightley's embellished waves, here's exactly how to get the looks of the Academy's watch-worthy ladies, straight from their talented makeup artists and hairstylists.