We love how positive Amber Rose is about her body!!
Wowza! Take that haters!
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We all expected it, and we can already tell it's going to get mixed reviews!
It's not a bad dress, per se, but the circle cut-outs are somewhat off-putting — they look too much like netting!
And we wish the gown had a tighter fit around the waist.
The actress, who is nominated for Best Actress for her work in Two Days One Night, did have an elegant updo and beautifully sparkling earrings, however!
But if we had to rate the whole outfit, we'd give it a 6.5/10.
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Two types of people enjoy the Oscars — those who care about movies, and those who care about fashion.
For those of you in the latter category, here's our third annual gown predictions gallery for the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress nominees!
We've only gotten one accurate prediction in the past two years, but does it matter? It's just another excuse to look at pretty dresses!
Add a few more shades to the mix, and these two could make a rainbow!
Marion, who is nominated for Best Actress for her role in the French-Belgian film Two Days One Night, wore Christian Dior — as we have come to expect.
Though she could boast that she was the first to wear a piece from the recently presented Haute Couture S/S 2015 collection, she chose one of the weirdest looks.
Doesn't that teardrop panel at the bust look like a
She's the Bella du jour!
KStew's costar Juliette Binoche was also honored with a nomination for Best Actress, along with the only Oscar crossover: Marion Cotillard for Two Days, One Night.
Sils Maria was also nominated for Best Picture, along with Love at First Fight, Eastern Boys, The Belier Family, Hippocrates, Saint Laurent, and Timbuktu.
France's Best Foreign Film category has some slightly more familiar names — 12 Years a Slave; Boyhood; The Grand Budapest Hotel; Two Days, One Night; Mommy; and Winter Sleep.
Bonchance to Kristen and all the other Cesar nominees!
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Right: Jennifer Lawrence also dressed in one of the French fashion house's designs for the Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 premiere back in November! And it not only featured the same skirt, but a similar hue!
Both actresses are wearing similar Dior frocks for their red carpet events, but what we wanna know is…
Who Wore It Better???
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Marion was our fave of the duo, floating down the paparazzi patch in a traditional Dior Couture ball gown, pairing the voluminous design with a sleek 'do and minimal Chopard jewelry.
Miz Pike chose a Valentino embroidered shirt, which is pretty, but paired with the severity of a turtle neck top is too much. She topped the harsh look with a middle part and zero glitz. Not her best by far.
Since they both got nominated for Oscars today, we hope these ladies BOTH turn it out for that event on February 22!
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Who knew Marion Cotillard was so multi-talented??
The stunning 39-year-old can act, model, and sing — and she does all three in her latest project!
Starring in her new music video for Snapshot In LA, the Lady Dior spokeswoman is clad in the label's collection while bouncing around the pool. Ya know, a typical day in the life.
But less surprising than that, the chic video does double duty as an ad for their campaign!
It's basically the sartorial version of Inception!
You win this time, Marion. Watch the whole thing by pressing PLAY on the video (below)!