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Julianne Moore In Sonia Rykiel & Chanel Couture – ‘Wonderstruck’ Cannes Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

While Michelle Williams was racking up a LV double, Julianne Moore was also setting her own path by opting for two French brands for the ‘Wonderstruck’ photocall and premiere during the 2017 Cannes Film Festival today (May 18).

Photocall: Green and red has always been fruitful red carpet combination for Julianne and this leafy Sonia Rykiel Spring 2017 dress was no different. Despite the bold hue, the look is relatively understated, offering a modern take on the classic shirt dress with timeless appeal. The look was styled with Gianvito Rossi ‘Coco’ sandals.

Premiere: Much like green and red, Julianne and Chanel have always produced awe-inspiring results. I was already swept away by the embellishments, but feathers always adds an additional eye-catching allure. Gianvito Rossi ‘Portofino’ sandals and Chopard jewels induced more shimmer and shine.

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Marion Cotillard In Chanel – Cannes Film Festival Opening Gala Dinner

From my recollection, Marion Cotillard’s last Chanel look was from the 2008 BAFTAs, and I never thought I would see the day, again, but that she did for the opening gala dinner during Cannes Film Festival, following her Jean-Paul Gaultier and Y/Project looks from earlier in the day.

I like how this fresh-off-the runway Chanel Resort 2018 tunic-style dress takes the shift silhouette to a new, eclectic terrain.

Keeping the same natural hair and makeup, the look was styled with barely-there transparent PVC sandals.

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‘Ismael’s Ghosts’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere Red Carpet Roundup

More stars took to the red carpet for the 2017 Cannes Film Festival opening ceremony and premiere of ‘Ismael’s Ghosts (Les Fantomes d’Ismael)’ on Wednesday (May 17).

Lily-Rose Depp: Her creamy-white Chanel dress had something of a Grecian goddess vibe. She embraced the embellishment by styling the look with gold Chanel Fine Jewelry and Gianvito Rossi ‘Portofino’ sandals

Charlotte Gainsbourg: Like Robin Wright, Charlotte dared to go short in a Saint Laurent silver-studded mini. Was it a chic, fun look? Sure. Was it right for opening night? I’m not convinced.

Eva Herzigova: More metallic came out to play in Eva’s Roberto Cavalli Couture gold-flecked gown that was a stunning way to see the designer represented at Cannes. A Roberto Cavalli Spring 2017 antique gold leather clutch, Roberto Cavalli Resort 2018 platinum sandals and Chopard jewels completed the dazzling look.

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‘Everything, Everything’ LA Premiere

The ‘Everything, Everything’ LA premiere was held on Saturday (May 6) in Hollywood, California, with two of its stars in attendance.

Amandla Stenberg: Cara Delevingne isn’t the only one rocking the bald and beautiful look. Amandla styled her buzzed ’do with a Chanel Pre-Fall 2017 embellished tweed design styled with Jimmy Choo ‘Lucy’ pumps. While lovely, the look seemed a bit mature for her 18 years.

Anika Noni Rose: Amandla would have been a good candidate for Anika’s Georges Chakra Fall 2015 Couture frock, as its flirty flared shape and bright mix of hues had a youthful spirit.

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Dame Anna Wintour In Chanel Couture – Investitures Ceremony

Queen Elizabeth II finally gave Anna Wintour something to smile about as the Vogue editor-in-chief was honoured as Dame Commander in recognition of her services to fashion and journalism at an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace today (May 5) in London.

Anna, or should I say, Dame Anna Wintour wore Chanel for the special occasion donning a pleated pink bouclé coat dress from the Spring 2017 Couture collection, accented with a silver belt and, new shoes.

I’m surprised she didn’t opt for Burberry for such an occasion as fellow Brits Adele in Stella McCartney, Katherine Jenkins in Preen, Andy Murray in Burberry, and Kate Winslet in Alexander McQueen, and even honorary Brit Natalie Massenet (who wore Ralph & Russo Couture), usually go British for this specially occasion.

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