Marion Cotillard, 43, flashes her taut midriff in bejewelled crop top paired with tiny black shorts at the Matthias Et Maxime premiere at Cannes
She revealed her toned abs as she took to the red carpet at the La Belle Epoque premiere earlier this week.
And Marion Cotillard revealed her honed frame once more as she arrived at the Matthias Et Maxime premiere during the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday,
The Oscar-winning actress, 43, commanded attention in glamorous - and flesh-flashing- co-ords as she graced the red carpet.
Ab envy: Marion Cotillard revealed her honed frame once more as she arrived at the Matthias Et Maxime premiere during the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday
The La Vie en rose star flashed her taut midriff in a tiny black crop-top adorned with sparkling jewels in the extremely quirky ensemble.
The star made the most of her long, lithe legs as she donned a pair of tiny black hotpants, teamed with leather peeptoe boots.
Adding a splash of colour to the look, the Allied actress donned a dramatic navy blue and white duster coat, adorned with edgy white fringe detail.
Her ombre tresses were styled in soft waves while smoky blue shadow accentuated her stunning features.
Work it: The Oscar-winning actress, 43, commanded attention in glamorous - and flesh-flashing- co-ords as she graced the red carpet
Strut: The star made the most of her long, lithe legs as she donned a pair of tiny black hotpants, teamed with leather peeptoe boots
Rip up the rule book like Marion in a denim coat by Balmain
We've seen a whole lot of stunning gowns on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival over the last week or so, but we love that Marion Cotillard has arrived to mix things up a bit!
She attended the Matthias Et Maxime premiere wearing a black knitted cropped top and shorts, teamed with a pair of peeptoe boots and this statement denim maxi coat.
Part duster coat, part kimono, this floor-sweeping style comes complete with distressed detailing and a dragon print. She doesn't like to do things by halves, does she?
It's by Balmain and hails from the Pre-Autumn/Winter '19 collection. Unfortunately that means it's not available quite yet, but click (right) to take a closer look at the line over at NET-A-PORTER.
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Wow: Adding a splash of colour to the look, the Allied actress donned a dramatic navy blue and white duster coat, adorned with edgy white fringe detail
Strike a pose: The mother of two confidently revealed her taut midriff on the red carpet
The star added a final touch of colour with diamond chandelier earrings.
The French actress' outing comes after she graced the red carpet for the premiere of La Belle Epoque, where she stunned in a black co-ord, which teased a hint of her toned abs.
Daring to be different, Marion opted for gothic glamour as she slipped into the shiny halterneck crop top and matching full length skirt.
The 2019 Cannes Film Festival is taking place at the iconic Palais des Festivals until May 25.
Glamour: Her ombre tresses were styled in soft waves while smoky blue shadow accentuated her stunning features
Centre of attention: The star oozed confidence as she posed for the world's press
Smile: Marion struck a coquettish pose over her shoulder at the premiere
Actress Elle Fanning, French graphic novelist Enki Bilal and the Oscar-nominated director of The Favourite, Yorgos Lanthimos, are among jury members during the annual event.
Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu currently presides over the panel that decides on prizes, including the top Palme D'Or award.
The jury for the festival's 72nd edition also includes Pawel Pawlikowski, the Polish filmmaker and screenwriter named best director at Cannes last year for the impossible love story Cold War.
Glamour: Jury member Maimouna N'Diaye and Marina Fois looked incredible on the red carpet
Maimouna N'Diaye, who has directed documentaries and acted in films such as Otar Iosseliani's Chasing Butterflies also sits on the panel, alongside two other female directors.
Kelly Reichardt, whose Wendy and Lucy starring Michelle Williams was a contender for Cannes' Un Certain Regard award in 2008, directed 2016's Certain Women.
Italy's Alicia Rohrwacher won best screenplay at Cannes last year for her film Happy as Lazzaro, a satirical fable about a peasant family.
French filmmaker Robin Campillo, who took Cannes by storm in 2017 with 120 BPM - Beats Per Minute, winning the Grand Prix for his movie about an AIDs activist, completes the line-up.
Line-up: The cast of the Canadian drama film took their place on the red carpet