Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan wowed in a Roberto Cavalli body-skimming gown accented with metallic gold lame line, geometric shapes, and a light, billowy train. The bold red lipstick shade sealed the deal.
Anyone else thinking about Audrey? Christina Hendricks channeled the Breakfast at Tiffany’s actress in a monochrome outfit featuring ankle trousers and a matching black top that showed off her tiny waist.
Send this sample to Sophia Coppola when she’s setting up costumes for The Little Mermaid. Blake Lively rocked a majestic, ethereal look on the red carpet of Cannes that could literally make you cry tears of joy.
Rosario Dawson’s Sportmax look at the Captives photocall was playful, fun, and wonderfully colorful! She went for it even more with black and white checkered pumps. Because who has time to play it safe with shoes when you’re rocking a killer dress like that?
Embellishment is big this year at Cannes! But then again, Cate Blanchett is clearly a fan of the elegant detail. The star wore a beautiful dress with interesting designs manufactured with glittering materials on the red carpet premiere for How to Train Your Dragon 2. Letting the front of the bodice truly shine, the dress featured a sexy sheer back and a solid black skirt.
Victoria Beckham was Zoe Saldana’s designer of choice for her look at the 67th Cannes Film Festival. The star glowed in a pleated off-white gown with a cinched waist. Decorated with a delicate ruffle detail, it was a look SO GOOD that it started a trend. Really.
Blake Lively got it right in her Gucci Premiere gown at the Cannes Film Festival. The star surprised us all not with being a best-dressed celeb, of course, but with her gown’s rich burgundy hue and that sexy slit that showed off her flawless stems. The pleated chiffon gown featured a cut-out back that surprisingly didn’t compete with her braid. Oh, you know, the one that everyone is rightfully fawning over.
Jane Fonda stunned in an Elie Saab Couture gown that was almost identical to the hue that Ms. Blake Lively wore. Embellished with vertical lines of sequins, Jane’s dress was a Cannes Film Festival win.
Further proving that neutrals with floral details are totally in (can we get a shout out to Cate Blanchett at the Oscars?), Grace of Monaco‘s Paz Vega stole the spotlight in an Elie Saab mid-calve shift.
Karlie Kloss went for a bold approach on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival in a lacy (and sleeved!) Valentino gown created with a completely sheer skirt and an emerald green bodice underneath.