23.05.13

Roberto Cavalli Cannes Dinner Party

Roberto Cavalli Cannes Dinner Party

Roberto ‘I am the party’ Cavalli hosted a party onboard his ‘RC’ yacht, anchored in the Old Port of Cannes yesterday evening, and he invited a few of his closest celebrity pals to enjoy an Italian fest and dance the night away Cavalli style.

Sharon Stone: The actress has been wearing a variety of Cavalli gowns during this festival but, on this occasion, she donned a white Cavalli three-piece suit with sequin lapels and pants with black lace accents. She wears the gowns just as well as these masculine pieces.

Olivia Palermo: The socialite opted for a heavily embellished long-sleeved frock from the Roberto Cavalli Fall 2013 collection. As you know, Olivia can’t live without a feather accent; this time they festooned her ankle-strap shoes and not her arm candy, which on this occasion was dual-coloured and studded.

Kylie Minogue: The Australian actress worked a lingerie-inspired Roberto Cavalli animal-print slip dress with black sandals with gold piping. Methinks this one is strictly for the boudoir.

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22.05.13 Menswear, Premiere

Cannes Film Festival Menswear Round Up

Cannes Mens Tuesday

Tuesday premieres during Cannes Film Festival included ‘Cleopatra’ and ‘Behind the Candelabra’, making way for appearances from some actors we haven’t seen in a while and others who have solid red carpet résumés.

Chris Tucker: For the premiere of ‘Cleopatra’ on Tuesday, Chris wore an unbuttoned white dinner jacket similar to the one he wore to the Independent Spirit Awards in February. It’s no secret he’s partial to overly wide lapels, so it was no surprise to see large shawl lapels. He paired the jacket with black pants that could have been slimmed down a bit, a white shirt, and a black bow tie. I love how he selected a jacket to complement his lovely plus one, Azja Pryor.

Adrien Brody: Along with his beautiful date Lara Lieto, Adrien arrived to the ‘Cleopatra’ premiere in a suave black notch-lapel Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo. It fit well, like most suits Adrien wears, and he even added a black-faced Bulgari watch to accent the tux. He finished the look off with a white shirt and black bow tie.

Christoph Waltz: Christoph donned a well-cut black Prada tuxedo for the ‘Behind the Candelabra’ premiere. It fit in all the right places. The shawl lapels and bow tie gave it a little more class. The ease with which Christoph is able to pull off his tux made this my favourite look, just ahead of Adrien.

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21.05.13 Premiere

Cannes Film Festival Day 7 Red Carpet Round Up

Cannes Day 7 Round Up 1

Here is a quick round up from the other ladies on the red carpet during Cannes Film Festival this evening.

Petra Nemcova: The model dazzled on the red carpet for the ‘Behind the Candelabra’ premiere this evening wearing an Emilio Pucci fully sequined, champagne coloured long-sleeve gown with chiffon inserts in the skirt to give it a more glamorous feel. Her belted look was styled with Chopard jewels.

Chanel Iman: This is quite an underwhelming effort by Chanel Iman for the ‘Cleopatra’ premiere. I’m more excited about her David Yurman jewels and her Louis Vuitton miniadure than I am her black strapless gown.

Erin Heatherton: The model made her red carpet debut at Cannes wearing a beautiful beaded Roberto Cavalli gown styled with a matching clutch and Chopard jewels.

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20.05.13

Adrien Brody In Roberto Cavalli – Vanity Fair and Chanel Dinner

Brody In Roberto Cavalli

Looking ever so debonair, Adrien Brody was spotted leaving the Vanity Fair and Chanel dinner during Cannes Film Festival on Sunday evening.

Oozing charm and sophistication, the actor donned an ink-blue Roberto Cavalli textured, shiny suit with a crisp white button-down shirt open to reveal his hairy chest.

Ignoring the fact that the pants are way too long, I love the Mafioso vibe he is giving off here.

Credit: Courtesy of Roberto Cavalli

Best Dressed Of The Week – Pace Wu In Valentino & Giambattista Valli & Adrien Brody In Margiela

Pace Wu BDOTW

Pace Wu was undoubtedly the best dressed of last week, but we picked two different looks.

You fell in love with her romantic Valentino lace gown, while her Giambattista Valli ensemble with its impeccable styling caught my eye.

Despite my love for three-piece suits, I picked Adrien Brody in Margiela over Leonardo DiCaprio in Tom Ford for my best dressed male. A choice which you also shared.

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