Cannes Style By Night
After reaching ultimate smokeshow status in this Robert Cavalli gown at the amfAR gala, Olivia dazzles again in a golden creation by the designer – a dramatic halter sequin dress, which she tops with a studded blazer and feather clutch at the premiere of The Immigrant.
proves once again she cannes do no wrong. She makes her final appearance at the film festival in a white Giorgio Armani gown with crystal detailing at the waist, plus Harry Winston jewels, at the Zulu premiere.
Va Va Vuma. The actress stuns in this silver crystal-embellished Atelier Versace confection with a head-turning train and Chopard chandelier earrings at the Zulu premiere.
The continues to turn heads at Cannes, choosing a white Chanel dress with feather detailing on the hem and bright-red Christian Louboutins at La Vénus à la Fourrure premiere.
Marion is a genie out of a bottle in this floral Alexander McQueen pantsuit with voluminous legs. She adds some polish with a black belt and navy pumps at the Crash magazine cocktail party.
The French actress is chic as usual in a strapless black tea-length Lanvin dress with tiered ruffles and ankle-strap sandals at La Vénus à la Fourrure premiere.
She may play a vampire in her new movie, but at the premiere of Only Lovers Left Alive she looks more disco dancer than blood-thirsty biter in a shimmery metallic pantsuit.
Following in the feathery footsteps of many of her fellow Cannes attendees, the model hits the premiere of The Immigrant in a plume-accented spaghetti-strap dress and coordinating silver heels.
Marion retains her Dior darling status at Cannes, wearing yet another creation by the designer: a stark long-sleeved white gown with ruffle detailing and a low back. She accessorizes with Chopard jewels at the premiere of The Immigrant.
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No train, no problem! The elegant actress ditches a long gown for a strapless, knee-length Lanvin frock with a butterfly pattern at The Immigrant premiere.
There’s so much going on with Versace gown, we don’t know where to look first. The supermodel works the one-sleeve design complete with a corset bodice, thigh-high slit and rhinestone details (plus Lorraine Schwartz shoulder-grazers) at the Nebraska premiere.
We were waiting for the socialite to make a Cannes cameo. Olivia goes for an edgy vibe in a beaded Roberto Cavalli long-sleeved mini and her new favorite pumps at the designer’s yacht party.
The supermodel ditches her dazzling head turner for another sexy number by Roberto Cavalli – this bright blue cutout gown with lace detailing on the back at the designer’s bash.
No Elizabeth Taylor jewels needed for this gown. stuns in a fully beaded purple Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci creation that complements her pretty red pony at the All is Lost premiere.
The supermodel’s long-sleeve dress is dazzling on its own, but that doesn’t stop her from piling on the jewels at the All is Lost premiere.
Maybe Milla is hiding the missing Chopard jewels under her voluminous skirt? (Kidding!) The actress isn’t afraid to make a statement in this beaded-bodice gown at the All is Lost premiere.
looks like a summer bride in this goddess-like Givenchy sheath, which she pairs with Bulgari jewels at the Cleopatra cocktail party.
Children of the ’80s will appreciate these voluminous shoulders and sleeves, part of gold, beaded Marchesa creation, selected for the premiere of Cleopatra.
The supermodel veers dangerously close to a wardrobe malfunction in this Prada gown consisting of a black silk top and navy skirt with gemstone detailing (plus Swarovski jewelry and clutch) at the premiere of Cleopatra.
looks more Grecian goddess than Hollywood star at the premiere of Cleopatra, where she dons a Versace Collection stunner. (Though that sapphire pendant and ring from Bulgari’s Elizabeth Taylor collection certainly remind us she’s a resident of Tinseltown.)
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Dita goes for (no surprise) pin-up girl glam in a red lace Elie Saab Couture dress at the Cleopatra premiere.
How many 55-year-old women do you know who would pick out a cleavage-baring Roberto Cavalli? Sharon pairs the plunging blue number with a blinged-out necklace and big earrings that Liberace would surely approve of at the Behind the Candelabra premiere.
Selita shows she’s not afraid of color in a neon yellow Cadena Gabriela gown with a keyhole opening at her décolletage and crystal detailing dripping down the back. She adds even more sparkle with 23-carat Chopard danglers at the Blood Ties premiere.
The takes things to thigh-high new levels in this sequin Elie Saab confection with a dramatic front slit and a draped neckline at the premiere of As I Lay Dying.
Milla dons a sequin Chanel gown – similar to the one Anna Wintour wore to the Met Gala – with a bold floral pattern and Swarovski crystal danglers at the Blood Ties premiere.
Is it weird that we want to reach out and touch bright orange Emilio Pucci feathered top (worn with matching shorts) at The Weinstein Company bash?
It doesn’t top her white swan moment, however does look lovely in this strapless Christian Dior dress with a tweed bodice and draped skirt at the label’s Cruise Collection presentation.
Oh , how we’ve missed you! The actress makes a sophisticated return to the red carpet in prim Chanel separates and Roger Vivier sequin heels at the Vanity Fair Chanel dinner.
shows off her feminine side in a floral-print, tea-length Dolce & Gabbana dress and Aurélie Bidermann jewels at the For The Love of Cinema event hosted by IWC.
A loyal fan of the high-low hemline, keeps it sleek and simple in a dark gray Lanvin dress with a small train, Gucci sandals and a diamond David Yurman bracelet at The Weinstein Company party.
Marion the (sexy) spy? The actress leaves everyone guessing what’s underneath her white Dior belted trench, which she pairs with neon green cap-toes, at the designer’s presentation in Monaco.
pulls a page out of Zooey Deschanel’s tights-wearing playbook, teaming black opaque stockings with a bell-sleeve Dolce & Gabbana dress, a black Chanel bag and ShoeMint pumps at the Glacier Films launch party.
The supermodel looks like a sexy gladiator in this leather Balmain mini with gold piping, which she pairs with an edgy metallic belt and black ankle booties at the For The Love of Cinema event.
It’s the Queen of Cannes! looks regal in a blue brocade Valentino gown with white shoulder detailing, plus coordinating David Yurman jewels, at the Blood Ties premiere.
Marion chooses a pleated Christian Dior gown (shocker!) with colorful panels and a high-low hemline, plus Chopard jewels and a teased updo for the Blood Ties premiere.
It’s a white swan. It’s Bjork at the 2001 Oscars. No, it’s in a feathered, embroidered Marchesa dress with a snake necklace twisted around her neck at the Inside Llewyn Davis premiere.
Just when you think you’ve seen every kind of cutout there is, Carey steps out in a new one. She shows a slice of décolletage in a high-slit, plunging black-and-white Vionnet gown (and not a single carat of bling – maybe it was stolen?) at the premiere of Inside Llewyn Davis.
Another star who sticks to black and white, is all dark drama in a floral-embellished high-necked Michael van der Ham gown with cap sleeves at the Inside Llewyn Davis event.
Wearing her go-to designer, L’Wren Scott, brings some color to Cannes in a blue-and-red leaf-printed gown. She adds Fred Leighton double cuffs and yet another voluminous updo for the Inside Llewyn Davis premiere.
The former Miss World makes quite the entrance at the Inside Llewyn Davis celebration, hitting the red carpet in a major Elie Saab gown that combines both a lace print and a shimmery lace embroidery.
We don’t know what’s more insane: that ginormous gem around Jane’s neck – a Chopard with a 123-carat rubellite set in 65 carats of diamonds – or how great her body looks in this off-the-shoulder ruched raspberry-hued gown at the Inside Llewyn Davis premiere.
Hey, look, more two-toned Dior! The actress opts for a gray cape-like asymmetrical top with a structured pencil skirt and those Brian Atwood shoes Carey Mulligan loves at the premiere of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints.
There’s not room to talk about her killer tan, gorgeous red lip and awesome tousled bob, so let’s focus on gown, a Christian Dior design, skintight on top and architectural below, accessorized with emerald-and-diamond drop earrings, a coordinating cocktail ring and a diamond bracelet (all Chopard) for the Jimmy P premiere.
When you’re a Victoria’s Secret model, you can wear just about anything, but Doutzen chooses to cover up (well, everything but her back, which is on full display) in a long-sleeve Calvin Klein Collection gown and chunky white sandals for the premiere of Jimmy P.
It doesn’t have a train, but it is open-back. doesn’t stray too far from her signature style with a pastel Atelier Versace gown featuring a high slit and a wrestler-style belt, plus nude Brian Atwood ankle-strap heels for the Jimmy P premiere.
There’s no age limit on cutouts. Well, at least not if you’re one of the World’s Most Beautiful. The 75-year-old actress shows a bit of oblique in her sparkling turquoise Atelier Versace gown and equally dazzling Chopard jewelry at the Jimmy P fête.
If she weren’t in towering heels and polished curls, we might have mistaken the actress for one of the caterers in her white button-down and black trousers, selected for the Finch’s Quarterly Review Filmmakers Dinner.
Cannes has one seriously long red carpet and the British star has a red dress with one seriously long train. She attends the Jimmy P event in a dramatic beaded and lace burgundy Zuhair Murad confection.
World, this is what sultry looks like. In a sexy lace Elie Saab dress, leg-lengthening (not that she needs it) nude pumps and bombshell waves falling over her face, the Spanish actress attends Finch’s Quarterly Review Filmmakers Dinner.
It’s Paz Part Deux. She makes a quick change for the Jimmy P premiere into a Stéphane Rolland gown that combines the following: 1) a plunging neckline, 2) asymmetrical draping, 3) feather detailing and 4) a strip of sheer fabric at the thigh.
Open back? Long train? We’re having a fashion flashback to the Marchesa dress she wore to last year’s festival. wows again in a head-turning, intricately beaded Zuhair Murad creation and major Damiani earrings at the premiere of Le Passé.
The new face of Calvin Klein’s latest scent looks like she’s about to take the stage with the N.Y.C. ballet in this dancer-inspired nude midi at the brand’s Euphoria event.
The British supermodel’s take on a pantsuit is pretty brave (and we wouldn’t expect anything less from her). Cara ditches the shirt under her structured beaded Roberto Cavalli blazer, which she pairs with matching sheer pants (also by the designer) at the Trophee Chopard Awards.
Seemingly inspired by brides and grooms, the actress combines a voluminous white Alexis Mabille gown with a tuxedo jacket by the same designer, plus bold Monique Péan earrings, for the premiere of her film Le Passé.
Bombshell alert. The supermodel reminds us why that’s her job in an Atelier Versace gown with a keyhole cutout, thigh-high slit and sequined bodice at the premiere of Le Passé.
How does she follow up the previous night’s amazing gown? With this, a heavily-beaded metallic design featuring crystal dragonflies floating across the bodice (!) and a thigh-high slit, plus a Daniel Swarovski clutch, selected for the Jeune & Jolie premiere.
The plays it safer than we had hoped for in a silk-skirted Chanel gown with a beaded black bodice and an open back. Though she does add some edge with trendy cuff earrings at the premiere of The Bling Ring.
We can always count on to rock something totally unique on the red carpet, and her ensemble for the premiere of The Great Gatsby is no exception. She chooses a strapless Christian Dior Couture design with a black bodice and iridescent skirt (plus a train), silver platform sandals and Chopard jewels.
Does the Cannes Jury give out a prize for the best belt or the coolest braid? Freida would be a lock for both with her beaded, gem-encrusted 3D cincher and crown plait, the perfect additions to her stunning coral Gucci halter and Chopard gems at the premiere of Gatsby.
Surprising us by going dark for day and light for night, is summery in a floral-embroidered Christian Dior number, plus bright pumps and a pompadour at Gatsby.
“Train optional, but highly encouraged.” That’s what we imagine written on the invitations to the Gatsby event. Solange heeds that advice with a Stéphane Rolland gown that has drama from every angle thanks to an open back, feather embellishments and sheer panels (not to mention those killer Chopard jewels!).
OK, so we would never wear this pink-and-black polka-dot Miu Miu dress (with black-and-yellow platforms, to boot), but if there were ever a time and a place, it’s clearly the Gatsby premiere at Cannes.
This photo should put the old “redheads shouldn’t wear red” adage to rest once and for all. The wows in a scarlet Oscar de la Renta gown with a tiered skirt, plus a killer Bulgari Heritage necklace at Gatsby.