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Marion Cotillard, who is the face of the Lady Dior handbag, said she's next shooting a minimovie for the brand.

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FIT TO BE TIED: After enjoying a “nice break,” Emily Blunt, who joined actresses Olga Kurylenko and Michelle Yeoh at Valentino’s show Wednesday night, said she’s deciding on a handful of movies. “I’m ready to go back to work,” she declared. The British actress, of “The Devil Wears Prada” fame, next hits the silver screen in “The Wolf Man” alongside Benicio Del Toro and also in “The Young Victoria,” where she plays the English monarch herself. “I was winched in,” she said of the restrictive costumes. Applause greeted the arrival of Valentino Garavani, and he was the first to leap to his feet to applaud the couture debut of the Roman house’s longtime accessories duo, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli. “I have to tell you, they did a very good job. It is a collection that is perfect for this very moment,” he said backstage afterward. “It was quite emotional to see all my clothes, done by these people who loved me for 12 years, and they are really sensational. They were always staying with me during my fittings of haute couture.”

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