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Oh yes she Cannes!

At the 64th Cannes Film Festival, as per usual, the red carpet was watched almost as closely as the films. I feel like the red carpet at Cannes can be summed up as the Oscars with a splash of Sundance, lots of high-end designers and floor length gowns, but with a healthy dose of artsy funkiness. I think that women take more risks when they’re in France than they do when they’re close to home, they try something more unique and original.

Uma Thurman looked statuesque in feathered Versace with stunning emerald earrings

 

Rachel McAdams also looked gorgeous in white, donning a fitted white sheath with embellishments.

 

While Bianca Balti's tiered Alberta Ferretti gown is beautiful, it was her emerald jewelry that made this look so spectacular.

Luckily Sarah Jessica Parker was on hand to give us a healthy dose of color with this gorgeous Eli Saab number.

 

Zoe Saldana had a couple great looks, but this Vionnet gown is by far my favorite. I love the completely mix & match belt!

 

While the hair may have been a touch on the large side, Karolina Kurkova's Armanie Prive gown was right on target.

 

Diane Kruger looked stunning in a shimmering gold Calvin Klein gown. Wow. Life is not fair!

 

Tilda Swinton looked long, lean and regal in navy Haider Ackermann. I love the mix of colors and the interesting draping and folds.

Astrid Berges-Frisbey looked beautiful and demure in cream lace on the Pirates red carpet.

While I'm not certain whether I'd label this look 'Loved It' or 'Didn't Understand It,' but Giovanna Battaglia in vintage Stephen Sprouse was without a doubt the most standout look of Cannes.

 
Overall, I’d say the red carpet looks this year were even better than last! What did you think? 
 
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