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

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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.

Emily Ratajkowski: This brushed gold Twinset slip-style gown didn’t exactly come across as fresh or polished as I would have liked. It was really the statement, collar necklace that helped save the look for Cannes.

Hailey Baldwin: As with Emly’s dress, this satiny Twinset peplum design was made more special with the addition of bold jewels. However, the violet-blue colour was divine.

Daria Strokouz: We’ve seen incarnations of this illustrated Christian Dior gown before, but I can see its bohemian spirit more suitably placed for a photo call rather than opening night—especially with the flat shoes.

Coco König: The extravagance of dimensional embellishment on this Ralph & Russo Couture gown had a certain breathtaking quality, even amidst the sheer fatigue. I did wish for a sleeker bun to complement the dress. Chopard jewels finished the look.

Lara Leito: The sky-blue hue of this Ermanno Scervino Spring 2017 possessed a certain enchantment that perhaps ventured a bit too far into fairy-land with the wispy layers. René Caovilla sandals and an ATELIER SWAROVSKI Allegro clutch finished the ensemble.

Alba Rohrwacher: While this Valentino gown was rendered in off-white, it was still quite the solemn offering that was begging for a vibrantly sparking necklace or earring.

Sveva Alviti
: From the updo to the diamond choker and the strapless, ball-gown silhouette, there was a distinct pageant flavour in this look.

Susan Sarandon: The Chopard jewels are the only thing I’d keep with this look. The too-tight gown, the oversized shades, and the uninspired shoes all need to go.

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