Dakota Fanning, Marion Cotillard, and More Stars Sit Front Row at Dior Spring 2015 — See Their Looks!

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Ladies, let us in on the joke!

Marion Cotillard and Dakota Fanning, both lovely in dark daywear, were spotted gleefully giggling side-by-side in Paris—and who could blame them? The actresses scored coveted front row seats to the Christian Dior spring 2015 runway show, where designer Raf Simons debuted a delicate collection of prairie-inspired clothes for next season.

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Marion Cotillard and Dakota Fanning work LBDs to the Christian Dior spring 2015 show in Paris.

Marion Cotillard and Dakota Fanning work LBDs to the Christian Dior spring 2015 show in Paris.
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Cotillard, 38, a Dior model alongside Jennifer Lawrence (for whom we just shopped the collection!), was the epitome of Parisian chic in a structured LBD, a look she paired with coral lips and blue suede booties. Her seatmate, Fanning, 20, spiced things up in a sheer dress and ebony heels, her shoulder-length blonde hair blown out for volume.

Olivia Palermo and Natalie Dormer channel Parisian chic outside the Louvre.

Olivia Palermo and Natalie Dormer channel Parisian chic outside the Louvre.
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And they weren’t alone at the Paris Fashion Week event! Olivia Palermo posed for photographers in a navy blue coat, a striped, top-handle bag, and snakeskin shoes, complete with purple ties that ended in colorful tassels. She was joined by Game of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer, who appeared retro-chic in a gray coat over separates, a color-blocked bag, black pumps, and multi-hued cat-eye sunglasses.

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Marion Cotillard and Dakota Fanning sit entranced by the Dior spring 2015 fashions.

Marion Cotillard and Dakota Fanning sit entranced by the Dior spring 2015 fashions.
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Once inside the Louvre, the women were able to take in all 50 of Simons’ designs, a combination of dresses, coat-dresses, skirts, shorts, and sock boots (yep, you read that right). The designs featured trends like netting, to make some dresses sheer, and embroidery, adding delicate details to crisply tailored looks.

Who do you think looked best at Dior? Tweet with @UsWeekly using hashtag #stylebyUs!

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