Cannes 2013: Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Nicole Kidman and more top our best Cannes red carpet looks
The 66th annual Cannes Film Festival is underway and the never-ending parade of red carpet dresses certainly makes it one of the top sartorial events of the year. As a twelve-day film festival that hosts multiple parties, photo calls and premieres each day, A-list stars and international icons bringing their best looks to the French Riviera. To help keep track, we’re rounding up the top looks from the Cannes 2013 red carpet so far—and we’ll keep adding more as the festival continues.
Arguably the most anticipated movie of the year, The Great Gatsby, had its European premiere at Cannes last week—and the red carpet was filled with outfits just as glamourous as the film itself, including Cara Delevingne’s sultry Burberry laced ensemble and Carey Mulligan’s Dior Couture gown.
Meanwhile, Emma Watson turned heads last week at the premiere of her latest film, The Bling Ring, in a stunning Chanel gown. Earlier in the day, the wizard-turned-fame-obsessed-teen (that is, on screen!) showed off an equally stunning burgundy ensemble by Christopher Kane.
Over the weekend, Jennifer Lawrence left her bow and arrow behind as she and the rest of The Hunger Games cast promoted the second installment of the popular franchise, turning heads at a part for the The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. As the face of Miss Dior, the Academy Award winner showed off her incredible figure donning multiple strapless outfits by the fashion house, including a white bustier gown with a Warhol print on her skirt.
Two other Academy Award winners, Cannes Film Festival juror, Nicole Kidman and French actress, Marion Cotillard also turned to Dior as their choice for their red carpet looks. Both opted for colourful ensembles: Nicole Kidman wore a heavily embroidered couture gown for the Cannes 2013 opening ceremony while Marion Cotillard chose a strapless dress with bold colours for the Blood Ties premiere—and that Dior gown was shown just two days earlier in Monaco at the label’s Resort show.
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