Marion Cotillard posed for the cameras while promoting her movie Macbeth at the AOL Build Series in New York. The actress wore her favorite R13 Low Skinny in Black with a color blocked sweater and some sneakers.
I like that we are finally seeing Marion wear these more casual. We have mostly seen her dress them up and this is a nice change. I also like that she showed the versatility of the jeans as R13 is not known to be on the preppy side when it comes to their aesthetic. She has showed that it can work with more clean pieces like the sweater. What do you think of Marion’s look here? You can click here to purchase R13 from SHOPBOP.
Marion Cotillard was spotted on her way out of her hotel in New York. The actress wore a pair of the R13 Low Skinny Jeans in Black with a tweed jacket over a striped sweater. She finished the look off with a pair of Louboutin peep toe pumps.
Marion must be wearing these jeans more than we are getting sightings of her. They look as though they have been washed and they have started to fade out. I am definitely interested in seeing how far she will take the wearing out as I think these will look amazing with blown out knees. Click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP.
I love these jeans. I have them and they are one of the most comfortable pairs that I own. Not only do they have a great wash, but they have so much comfort and fit to them. How many of you also own and love these jeans? You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP for $325.
Marion Cotillard was spotted making her way through LAX Airport after arriving from New York. The actress wore her favorite R13 Kate Skinny Jeans in Orion Black with an Isabel Marant shirt, a camel coat and some gold sneakers.
This has to be my favorite look that I have seen Marion style with these jeans. I love the color combination of the whole look, even the gold sneakers. The shoes add a fun little touch to the otherwise casualness. What do you think of this outfit here? You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP.
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