Marion had some hyperpigmentation/weird lighting/concealer gone astray on the red carpet, but it's a minor setback to utter perfection. The lady loves a good classic Parisian look, and why shouldn't she? She does it best. There's a shimmery charcoal shadow at play here, swept across the lids, out into a cat-eye shape, and pulled beneath the eye to define. Begin by using a flat push brush to run a black gel liner all the way around the eye, both on the waterline and the lashline. Really get it in there good; this is a very liner-heavy look, and there's nothing that says "coquette" like an eye completely defined in black. Sweep outward at an angle right at the very outer corner where your top and bottom lid meet. Use a small, fluffy shadow brush to apply a slightly sheer pearly dark grey powder shadow like Make Up For Ever Eyeshadow in Iridescent Anthracite across the lid, meeting the flick creating by the gel liner. Use a liner brush to pull the shadow underneath the outer portion of the eye as well.