Following twelve days of Cannes Film Festival, I want to know who was your best dressed and who was your Queen of Cannes?
Rita Ora was spotted heading to her private covert at the Hotel Marriott in Cannes, France during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on Thursday (May 21).
The songstress rocked an Atelier Versace Fall 2014 white silk cady evening gown with a leg pant suit on one side, embellished with Swarovski crystals and gold metallic inserts.
White Versace platform heels completed the look.
Perhaps it was the drama of this edgy, mannish-feminine look in mid-strut, or the glam old-Hollywood appeal of her bombshell waves and red lip, but this ranks in my good column for Rita.
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Marion Cotillard made two colourful showings at the ‘Macbeth’ photocall and premiere, each held during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 23) in Cannes, France.
Photocall: Those in favour of the days in which Marion skips a Dior look may gravitate towards this Ulyana Sergeenko Demi Couture jumpsuit. The candy-stripe hues were delightful, and she amped up the sassy spirit with her pink patent mules. I just wish the pants had been tailored rather than slouch at her ankles for a more seamless silhouette.
Premiere: Leaving the long, sweeping Cannes gowns behind, she put on a Christian Dior Spring 2015 Couture frock with metallic silver heels and Chopard jewels. It may have been a mini-dress, but it packed a mega impact with its high-wattage embellishment and all-over modern dazzle.
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Sienna Miller rounded out the 2015 Cannes Film Festival at the ‘Macbeth’ premiere and the ‘La Glace Et Le Ciel’ Premiere and Closing Ceremony, hosted consecutively on Saturday (May 23) and Sunday (May 24) in Cannes, France.
‘Macbeth’ Premiere: Perhaps channeling the theatricality of the film, the actress moved away from chic minimalism to a more bohemian-romantic vibe in her Gucci dusty-rose silk georgette gown with tiered layers and a red grosgrain bow and black suede rose at the collar. Adding another pop of personality, she complemented the look with the rich turquoise and magenta tones of her Bulgari High Jewelry Collection earrings and a bright Bulgari Serpenti Tubogas clutch. While I love its vibrancy, the clutch just seemed out of place.
‘La Glace Et Le Ciel’ Premiere and Closing Ceremony: Now this is boho done beautifully, with Sienna gracing the red carpet in a Gucci cerulean-blue gown that featured a leather bodice and full lace skirt with a delicate train, accented by an embroidered floral belt. I loved seeing this gown in motion with the wispy train that literally floated around Sienna. She styled the dress with a blue leather clutch with an antique gold cat head closure and a top-braided ‘do, topped off with a thankfully conservative use of Atelier Swarovski jewels that didn’t overpower the look.
Sienna has been on a roller coaster of sartorial highs and lows at Cannes. Where do these two looks land for you?
Alicia Vikander swept onto the scene at the ‘Macbeth’ premiere at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 23) in Cannes, France.
Maintaining her quietly sophisticated approach, taken up a few notches, the Swedish star donned a Valentino Spring 2015 Couture silver velvet gown.
The richly luxe appeal of this dress was heightened by the modern cape-style train while the corset bodice had all the elegant influence of classic period-inspired style—minus the runway’s sheer chiffon shirting.
Integrating her Boucheron jewels gracefully without overpowering the dress, she finished the look with a softly pulled-back bun.
I was half surprised not to see her in Louis Vuitton, which she has been wearing throughout the festival, fulfilling her new role as ambassador for the brand. Did you like her turn to Valentino?
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Elizabeth Debicki attended the ‘Macbeth’ premiere during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 23) in Cannes, France.
The statuesque French starlet wore a Giambattista Valli white dress with light pink floral embroidery, styled with Boucheron jewels.
The delicate beauty of this dress and its softly bold shoulders is what enchanted me, as Elizabeth shows that sometimes the romance of a red carpet gown is better whispered than shouted.
Her beauty look followed suit with lovely subtle blush-tinged makeup.