Cannes 2017: Red Carpet Gownathon Rundown – Day Seven

Posted on May 24, 2017

We’ve got a mega-gownathon rundown today, since last night saw the Cannes 70th anniversary gala, to which the star-studded attendees brought their A games. Most of them, anyway. The stakes are high, the labels are world-class and the ladies are all household names.

Hit it:

 

Charlize Theron in Christian Dior

Oh, for God’s sake. Put some pants on.

 

 

Diane Kruger in Christian Dior

We’re kind of loving the slight preponderance of gray on the red carpet of late; especially when it’s used in otherwise romantic styles. She’s like a depressed Cinderella and we honestly don’t have an issue with the concept. There should be a whole range of negative-emotion Cinderella styles to choose from; Homicidal Cinderella, Unpleasant Cinderella, Doesn’t-Know-How-To-Share Cinderella, and so on.

 

 

Eva Longoria in Pamella Roland

Sure. Okay.

 

 

Isabelle Huppert in Louis Vuitton

Lovely. In fact, it may be one of the prettiest things we’ve seen her wear.

 

 

Jessica Chastain in Armani Privé

A semi-tough color to pull off and a slightly odd bust, but this is pretty amazing overall. High drama, Cannes-style.

 

 

Kristin Scott Thomas in Christian Dior Couture

Pretty and understated.

 

 

Marion Cotillard in Armani Privé

SUPER-glam and totally movie star. We’re surprised she didn’t go with a French designer for this moment.

 

 

Monica Bellucci in Chanel

Old Hollywood Glam on the Riviera. These ladies are really bringing it.

 

 

Naomi Campbell in Atelier Versace

Tastefully chic – and with a Versace label inside!

 

Rita Ora in Elie Saab Couture

There’s always one.

 

 

Salma Hayek in Gucci

It looks like tacky wallpaper, which makes it one of the more tasteful things she’s worn lately.

 

 

Uma Thurman in Prada

It all goes weird around the bust – and then totally weird around the hem.

 

 

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