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Style Twins: Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard

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Last night, leading ladies Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard stunned on the red carpet premiere of The Dark Knight Rises. Not only do these ladies share brunette locks and nominations for Best Actress (Cotillard took the prize in 2008), but they also share a similar sense of red carpet style. After the jump we review the similarities between some of these actresses’ most famous get-ups. 

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NEWS / April 11 2012 4:07 PM

Madonna’s Record’s Record Drop, There but for the Grace of Kelly Goes Kidman and the Wedding Gifts That Keep on Giving

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American Apparel CEO/noted scumbag Dov Charney doesn’t think that he’s “inappropriate at all”  and that all those lawsuits are just “a testimony to [his] success.” His success at being completely unaware of his own inappropriateness. [Styleite]

- Thank you for tweeting a friend. Betty White has joined Twitter! [Twitter]

Madonna has set yet another Billboard record…this time for the biggest second week drop in chart history. Madge hasn’t seen a fall like that since she bent over to look at her face in the mirror. [Paper]

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CULTURE, FASHION / February 6 2012 2:00 PM

The Fashion Behind ‘The Artist’

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They’re sweeping up at the award shows and stealing everyone’s hearts, and the cast of The Artist is shining under a spotlight that grows brighter each day. But behind the Oscar nod for Best Picture (among many other nominations it has received) is that killer fashion from the 1920s — flapper, avant garde, art deco glam. And The Artist isn’t alone – think about how Midnight in Paris, Boardwalk Empire and soon enough The Great Gatsby are full of 1920s fashion glam. Here are a few ways to channel it.

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FASHION / December 13 2011 2:58 PM

Marion Cotillard Stars in “L.A.dy Dior” by John Cameron Mitchell

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Dior turned to director and purveyor of the angry inch John Cameron Mitchell to inject the staid fashion film formula with some much-needed schtick for its latest short, L.A.dy Dior. Marion Cotillard does what she does best — cry and act hysterical, but this time sans the gravitas — as a tortured actress named Margaux on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

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