Marion Cotillard was first signed as the face of Lady Dior handbags back in 2008, and her relationship with the French fashion house has been going strong ever since. She’s appeared in scads of Dior print ads over the years, shot by top photographers like Annie Leibovitz and Steven Klein. In the latest, above, she was shot by Peter Lindbergh at the Communist Party Headquarters in Paris.
Never before has a number been put on the partnership, and it’s no surprise that according to the Hollywood Reporter, it’s in the multimillions. Just earlier today, Brad Pitt landed what is reportedly a seven-figure deal with Chanel, and a couple of years ago, Lady Gaga entered a multimillion dollar partnership with Giorgio Armani. To further quantify Cotillard’s Lady Dior deal, however: every time she does a new short film with the brand, she makes almost $1.5 million, the film trade publication reports. So far, she’s done four of those films—L.A.dy Dior, Lady Blue, Lady Rouge, and Lady Noire—the most recent in collaboration with director John Cameron Mitchell, debuted last December.