Cannes Glamour in Black & White
Smiling sweetly in a dangerously low-cut gown, model Natasha Poly commands our full attention as she leaves the Hôtel Martinez.
With a summery palm tree as her backdrop, Natalie Portman grins at Sunday's photo call for A Tale of Love and Darkness, which she wrote, directed and stars in.
Voice actress Charlotte Le Bon attends a news conference for the animated film Inside Out on Monday.
He may be significantly younger (and tinier) than his costars, but child actor Amir Tessler is red-carpet confident at the Friday screening of his film, A Tale of Love and Darkness.a
In black and white, the beautiful Salma Hayek looks like she could be at a Cannes fest of the '50s at her Friday photo call.
John Legend's best brood gets extra drama as he sits back at the Hôtel Martinez.
Sunglasses, pretty dress and the iconic photo wall: Naomi Watts checks all the Cannes boxes at Saturday's The Sea of Trees photo call.
The cast and crew of The Lobster – including Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz – stand tall at Friday night's red carpet premiere.
A cute moment captured on Saturday between Maryland costars Matthias Schoenaerts and Diane Kruger.
Parker Posey's white dress is a bright spot Saturday at the Variety and UN Women's panel discussion on gender equality.
Emma Stone, Parker Posey and Woody Allen face a sea of cameras at the Wednesday screening of their film, Irrational Man.
Arriving at Magnum beach on Thursday, Miranda Kerr masters South-of-France glamour in a glistening strapless dress and smooth, side-swept waves.
Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz – at the Friday photo call for The Lobster – are the sleekest duo thus far.
Smiling brighter than the dreamy Cannes sun, Natalie Portman debuts a polished look on the festival's 2015 carpet in a structured strapless dress.
Julianne Moore continues to reign as red carpet royalty in a high-drama sequined gown at Wednesday's ceremony.
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing conducts all surrounding electricity on the Mad Max: Fury Road premiere red carpet.
John C. Reilly reaches for his hat in a climactic moment at The Lobster photo call on Friday. Is he gearing up to tip it? Protecting it from the wind? Even Reilly's most mundane gestures inspire curiosity.a