Cannes Red Carpet: 8 Most Glamorous Looks

Posted 8 years ago by myetvmedia

Fashion has never been more spectacular than on the Red Carpet of the Palais des Festival in France this year. Haute couture, exquisite, rare jewels and pure elegance were the signature looks of the 66th Cannes Film Festival. Here are 8 of the most memorable Red Carpet looks for leading ladies at Cannes.


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Carey Mulligan was pure perfection in an ultra-minimalistic, blush gown by Dior Haute Couture, accented by Tiffany & Co. jewels as she breezed along the Red Carpet for “The Great Gatsby” gala opening. Carey wore her blonde hair sleek, straight and parted in the middle. A bright red lip color was a perfect contrast to her pale colored gown. Pearl teardrop earrings finished off the elegant look.

Cara Delevingne (“The Great Gatsby”) looked smoking hot. The hugely popular model, a guest for the premiere, was wearing a black, silk Burberry gown with a plunging lace neckline and long sleeves. Chopard diamond jewelry and deeply red lips helped to complete her sexy, “Vamp” look.

Chic, simple and eye-catching, French actress Marion Cotillard looked stunning in her Christian Dior gown for the Premiere of ‘Blood Ties’. Wearing Christian Dior Cruise 2014, Marion completed the look with Chopard jewelry; cuff from the collection teamed with a pair of delicate, diamond-studded hoop earrings in 18 carat, white gold.

Jessica Chastain looked angelic at the “Cleopatra” premiere in a white caped, Versace Collection gown. Her long-sleeved, off-white silk gown, featuring a dramatic black cape was accented with a stunning sapphire necklace and the Trombino sapphire ring from the Elizabeth Taylor Bulgari collection.

Emma Watson, on the Red Carpet for Coppola’s“The Bling Ring”, decided to prove to the world that she’s not Hermione Granger anymore. She looked perfectly elegant in a black-and-white, silk crepe, Chanel Haute Couture dress. A natural makeup and ever ‘so trendy again’ ear cuffs, finished her look.

French actress Léa Seydoux (“Blue is the Warmest Color”) wore a Louis Vuitton strapless, blue gown detailed beautifully with a sequined hem, ivory silk satin detailing on the bust and a bow on the back. She also decided to go with a minimalist style, completing the look with dangle earrings, 2 bracelets and a ring from the Louis Vuitton high jewelry collection.


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