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MAY 16

The Best at Cannes :: Week One

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TGIF! Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are aware the Cannes Film Festival is in full swing. The festival not only exposes the best in film, but often also inspires the best in fashion. Here is a recap of our favorite celeb looks from this first week in Cannes.

Blake Lively in Gucci – Blake turned heads in her champagne gown at the Met Ball, and the starlet seems to have everyone’s attention yet again in this merlot dress. We can’t wait to see what she wears next!

Paz Vega in Elie Saab – This floral confection is perfect for the red carpet. The midi hemline is on-trend, and you can’t beat a classic white sheath.

Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive – Nicole seems to have taken the role of Grace Kelly to heart in this incredibly detailed dress. The periwinkle is perfect on her fair skin, and we can’t even handle the amazing beadwork.

Kendall Jenner in Chanel – It may be Kendall’s first time to Cannes, but you certainly wouldn’t think that by the looks of her in this number. The model keeps it chic, sleek and effortless in Chanel’s classic black and white combo.

Zoe Saldana in Victoria Beckham – Zoe is a red carpet pro, and we love when a starlet represents a friend on the carpet rather than a major fashion house. Her skin is glowing in this white gown, complete with on-trend pleats.

Jane Fonda in Elie Saab – Ms. Fonda proves, once again, elegance is timeless. The seasoned actress stuns in a red beaded gown. This dress is age-appropriate with edge and a fashion-forward feel. Younger actresses should take note, because she knows how to work a red carpet.

Stay tuned for more of our favorite celeb looks from Cannes! 

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