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The film festival’s famous stairs give us plenty of opportunities to ogle these gowns from all angles
By Alex Apatoff•@nicefunalex
Posted on May 6, 2016 at 6:13pm EDT
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in powder-blue Elie Saab Haute Couture with a sequin-and-bead top and feather skirt for the 2015 opening ceremony.
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in draped-back white-and-silver Marchesa with Chanel Haute Joaillerie at the 2009 premiere of Inglourious Basterds.
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in ruffled tone-on-tone coral-motif Olivier Theyskens for Rochas at the 2015 premiere of Carol.
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in a glittering bronze Sanchita gown with a draped open back and red lip at the 2013 premiere of Young and Beautiful.
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in kite-motif Valentino Haute Couture with a mostly open back, at the 2015 premiere of Sea of Trees.
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wearing Marchesa with sparkling asymmetrical straps at the 2008 premiere of Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
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in a Marchesa gown with a cascading tulle train and open back at 2012's opening night.
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in baby blue Marchesa with a tiered tulle skirt and crisscross tulle bodice at the 2010 premiere of Robin Hood.
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in violet Elie Saab with a one-shoulder neckline and billowing cape detail at the 2014 premiere of Foxcatcher.
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in sunshine-yellow Dior Haute Couture with a major train and Chopard gems at the 2015 premiere of Mad Max: Fury Road.
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in backless ivory Dior gown with a Repossi choker at the 2015 premiere of Irrational Man.
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in an abstract-print Giles ballgown at the 2015 premiere of Carol.
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