The weekend has given us great moments 'made in Cannes'. The festival has welcomed many celebrities who have walked the red carpet to enjoy the films presented, but also to attend some of the dinners that the big brands take advantage of to celebrate during these days. Get ready to discover some of the best looks seen on the Cannes Film Festival red carpet without the need for tickets, VIP passes or haute couture dresses.
Catherine Deneuve wears a devoré velvet dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior and a Roger Vivier bag.
Maggie Gyllenhaal also opted for a Dior look. The actress opted for a white lace design with embroidered flowers from the brand, although she was not the only firm that she has opted for at the festival.
Her most sensual look is signed by Versace, which shapes this strapless pleated dress that she accessorizes with Chopard jewels.
Melanie Laurent could have fit into the group of wedding guests who opt for the more flamenco aesthetic by opting for this red silk chiffon dress by Dior.
Carla Bruni opted for a very simple strapless Saint Laurent dress to let her Chopard jewelry and manicure take center stage as she paid tribute to Italy with its colors for the European Championship.
Salma Hayek attended the Women in Motion event dressed, as she could not be otherwise, in a shiny Gucci dress.
Marion Cotillard opted for a denim design from Chanel's pre-fall 2021 collection. Who said that denim fashion was not suitable for the red carpet? After Balenciaga has defended the Couture soul of denim in its return to Haute Couture, there is no doubt that we are going to see many denim looks in festive settings.
Anja Rubik was another of the celebrities who opted for Saint Laurent to attend the Cannes Film Festival. The model reinforced the goth aesthetic with her dark makeup.
Vanessa Paradis has opted, how could it be otherwise, for Chanel.
Dylan Penn opts for a Chanel total look to answer questions from the media during the morning press junkets.
Following the press conferences, Dylan Penn hit the red carpet in a look from Chanel's pre-fall 2021 collection.
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Taylor Hill chooses a look from Etro, the brand that supermodels opt for at Cannes.
We know, we have just said that Etro is the favorite of supermodels, but we have not made a clarification: it is the favorite of Victoria's Secret past tops. Friends of high-end French fashion always choose Saint Laurent.
Kimberley Garner has opted for a dress from the Rami Kadi Spring Summer 2021 Couture collection.
Paz Vega poses in a spectacular asymmetrical black dress by Nicolas Jebran with an opening on the side of the body, adorned with moldings, and on the skirt, long sleeves on the right arm and straps on the left. Her earring is from Messika.
Bella Hadid has been the undisputed star of the red carpet thanks to her dress from Schiaparelli's fall-winter 2022 Couture collection.
Jessica Chastain has opted for an imposing Dior dress that combines with Chopard jewels.
Another of her looks is signed by Valentino, which is the brand behind this green cut-out dress that the actress accessorizes with Chopard jewelry.
Camila Coelho wears a stunning dress by Nicolas Jebran.
Justine Bustos bets on a two-piece by Chanel.
Jeanne Damas is the epitome of French chic, and she proves it once again with her Dior look.
Melissa George wears a dress from the spring/summer 2020 Couture collection by Dior and a Moynat bag.
Melanie Laurent bets on Gucci to attend Women in Motion.