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Sophie Marceau In Vionnet, Saint Laurent, Balmain & Armani Privé – Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet Roundup

Sophie Marceau In Vionnet, Saint Laurent,  - Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet Roundup

Sophie Marceau has been busy making the rounds at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival, attending four different premieres over the last week in Cannes, France.

‘The Sea of Trees’ Premiere: While I appreciated her willingness to go left in the sea of glittery Cannes gowns with this black-and-white Vionnet design, this mod hybrid look simply made me wish for either the leather jumpsuit or the full Grecian-style gown in its entirety rather than unusually fused together.

‘Shan He Gu Ran’ Premiere: Here, the French beauty does abide by Cannes’ dazzling dress code in her Saint Laurent multicolour front-slit, backless gown. Ordinarily, I would have nixed the bejeweled earrings given the high-octane shine of the dress, but when in Cannes…

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22.05.15 Premiere

Marion Cotillard In Christian Dior Couture – ‘Little Prince’ (‘Le Petit Prince’) Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Marion Cotillard In Christian Dior Couture - 'Little Prince' ('Le Petit Prince') Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Following the amfAR Gala, Marion Cotillard was back on the red carpet for her ‘Little Prince’ (‘Le Petit Prince’) Premiere during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Friday (May 22) in Cannes, France.

Marion was quite disappointing this time last year, but the actress looked breath-taking wearing a Dior Couture off-the-shoulder gown imbued with plenty of high-fashion allure.

I love how this dual-colour piece perfectly sculpts Marion in all the right places, while showcasing her newfound sensuality.

Thankfully shunning the overbearing necklace trend, she fulfilled her duties with Chopard wearing a bejewelled handpiece, with additional flecks of gold added to her hairpiece.

I think this sees Marion back to her very best. Do you agree?

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Li Yuchun In Jean Paul Gaultier Couture – ‘The Little Prince’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Li Yuchun In Jean Paul Gaultier Couture - 'The Little Prince' Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Li Yuchun attended the premiere of ‘The Little Prince’ during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Friday (May 22) in Cannes, France making her first appearance on the red carpet as a L’Oréal ambassador.

My reaction to this: “YES!” Finally, someone made those Jean Paul Gautier Spring 2015 Couture hybrid pieces work off the runway.

This look isn’t your typical jumpsuit; I love how the piece plays up its formal suiting while still possessing plenty of whimsical sensibility.

Keeping the styling simple and opting for the opera glove so the balance wasn’t thrown off was key to making this look work.

This will rank in my top 5 of the festival and will probably rank quite highly in my BDOTY, despite those darn creases on the trousers.

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22.05.15 Premiere

Models @ ‘The Little Prince’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

"The Little Prince" Premiere - The 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival

Here is a look at the models who graced the red carpet for the premiere of ‘The Little Prince’ during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Friday (May 22) in Cannes, France.

Jourdan Dunn: The British model stuck to the model standard for this festival by wearing a sheer embellished gown. I have to say I find this Ralph & Russo Spring 2015 Couture gown stunning, but I just wish her briefs were the same tone as the bodice. That part of the look is really jarring. Jourdan styled her look with Chopard jewels and a Christian Louboutin clutch.

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Alexandra Daddario In Bibhu Mohapatra – ‘San Andreas’ London Premiere

Alexandra Daddario In Bibhu Mohapatra – ‘San Andreas’ London Premiere

Alexandra Daddario attended the UK premiere of ‘San Andreas’ at the Odeon Leicester Square on Thursday (May 21) in London, England.

The actress wore a Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2015 blush-pink and black dress with a dramatic train, which I strongly believe looked better in motion.

Stationary, the train doesn’t translate too well, but that just could be down to its placement in this picture.

Hair and makeup wise, she’s rocking this 40s inspired look.

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