Chopard Trophée Red Carpet Roundup

Cate Blanchett and Elizabeth Debicki stepped out at the Cannes Film Festival Chopard Trophée event on Monday evening (May 14), alongside Araya A. Hargate and Diane Kruger.

Cate Blanchett: This Armani Prive gown exudes the regal, ethereal finish that demonstrates why the actress and designer are such a wonderful pairing. The dress might lack bold orientation but the exquisite tailoring is apparent with it seamlessly combining structure and fluidity. The multicoloured necklace brought the megawatt sparkle.

Elizabeth Debicki: Also in soft tones, the actress wore a Miu Miu gown that was trimmed in rhinestones for a captivating finish. The embellishment enhances the lines of the dress as well as her figure while creating interesting movement.

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Diane Kruger In Armani Prive – ‘Sink Or Swim (Le Grand Bain)’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

The star-studded red carpet of the ‘Sink Or Swim (Le Grand Bain)’ Cannes Film Festival premiere on Sunday (May 13) also included Diane Kruger who joined Isabelle Huppert, Jane Fonda, Araya A. Hargate, Marion Cotillard, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Diane often opts for an avant-garde sensibility, but for Cannes she left the edginess for another occasion and relied on the magnetic allure of refined Hollywood glamour.

This Armani Prive asymmetrical gown whispered across the red carpet with dreamy allure.

I love the weightless diaphanous layers rendered in sublime sky blue, with her Chopard jewels proving their sparkling companionship to the embellished bodice.

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Marion Cotillard In Armani Prive – ‘Angel Face (Gueule d’Ange)’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Following the ‘Girls Of The Sun (Les Filles Du Soleil)’ premiere and her photocall, Marion Cotillard attended the premiere for ‘Angel Face (Gueule d’Ange)’ this evening (May 12) during Cannes Film Festival.

Her third outing came courtesy of Armani Prive, which was an understated yet chic option.

You’ve struggled with a lot of Marion’s looks this campaign, but in this look you will find contemporary elegance from head-to-toe.

The designers signature black obi belt and black pumps completed this modern outing.

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Jurors Protest At The ‘Girls Of The Sun (Les Filles Du Soleil)’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Kirsten Stewart, Lea Seydoux, Khadja Nin, Ava DuVernay and Cate Blanchett walked the red carpet in protest of the lack of female filmmakers honored throughout the history of the festival at the screening of ‘Girls Of The Sun (Les Filles Du Soleil)’ this evening (May 12) during Cannes Film Festival.

Only 82 films in competition in the official selection have been directed by women since the inception of the Cannes Film Festival whereas 1,645 films in the past 71 years have been directed by men.

Kristen Stewart: The actress wore classic Chanel suit, styled with rebel Roberi & Fraud retro-inspired shades.

Lea Seydoux: Her custom Louis Vuitton gown from the Fall 2018 collection is stunning. I love how it defines her gorgeous figure, and how the ruffled detailing gives the look an interesting dimension.

Khadja Nin: This navy gown was given plenty of African flare with her signature head scarf and sash combo.

Ava DuVernay: I had hoped to see more of Ava at Cannes, but her third outing didn’t disappoint Alberta Ferretti.

Cate Blanchett: The Australian actress wore her second Armani Prive look of the festival. The sensual fabrication was only enhanced by the asymmetrical cut, sculptural hip detail and figure forming fit. Chopard jewels completed her look.

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Cate Blanchett In Armani Prive – ‘Everybody Knows’ Cannes Film Festival Screening

When Cate Blanchett was announced as the President of the Cannes Film Festival jury, I was excited to see how she could wow me like she’s done on so many occasion.

For the opening ceremony, she opted to revise the Armani Prive Fall 2013 gown that she wore to the 2014 Golden Globe Awards.

This was a symbolic gesture by the actress towards the idea of more responsible consumerism, where clothes are not so frequently discarded.

With that in mind, I would say that second outing is more precious than the first.

On this occasion Cate wore her hair up and styled her Couture gown with Chopard jewels.

I knew Cate would use her position wisely and send a positive messages, so she didn’t let me down on either front.

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