Cannes Film Festival Fashion : Great and Not So Great


The singer pops into the festival in a fringed, sequined Chanel Haute Couture number and Chopard diamonds for the premiere of I Am Because We Are. Looking as stunning as ever.


The star wears a Grecian-inspired super simple and chic one-shouldered Lanvin dress, bold gladiator sandals and Chopard diamonds for the Chopard Trophy Awards.


The singer is a stand out in her red beaded Marchesa gown as she enters the amfAR dinner. Great color choice for her and as always Marchesa making an unmissable entrance.


The always stylish star is a glamour girl in her ’20s-inspired Chanel Haute Couture beaded gown at the amfAR dinner. This would probably have to be the favorite for me. So classy, elegant, feminine, and easy. A brilliant choice for her.


The host of the amfAR gala gets in touch with her wild side – and favorite print! – in a leopard Roberto Cavalli gown. Im glad to see Stone looking as fierce as ever, taking that all over risk and making it look better than anyone could. She seems really into the animal print thing but Id advise her to make her decisions wisely cause we see her in a piece below that does not work at all.


The Cannes juror makes a daring style statement in her white Givenchy Haute Couture dress and Tiffany jewels at the amfAR event. She pulls it off here, the white and choice of silhouette makes her look fresh and stand out in a good way but then she takes it a little too far with her other ensembles. Frou frou everywhere for Portman, i would have like to see her with this challenging look that she did a good job pulling off, but then she had to switch it, to something more tailored and body conscious. Below is Portman in looks not to try at home. (red ensemble Lanvin, electric blue dress by Lanvin)


The Material Girl stays modest in a tie-neck Stella McCartney dress at the amfAR gala, where she auctioned off her own Chanel purse. I love this look for Madonna, so powerful and still super sexy.

photos from People Online