Wednesday, May 17, 2017

70th Cannes Film Festival Opening Ceremony & 'Ismael's Ghosts' Premiere Wrap-up

The 70th Cannes Film Festival kicked off today(May 17th) and the opening ceremony and 'Ismael's Ghosts' premiere took place this evening at Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. To see all of the celeb looks, click HERE and continue below for the wrap-up.

Uma Thurman looked simply beautiful in a ATELIER VERSACE FALL 2016 pink off-the-shoulder pleated floor length dress with a thigh-high split. A sparkly necklace, minimal make-up and a side parted straight bob finished up her look.

Araya A. Hargate debut her baby bump wearing a RALPH & RUSSO ensemble which featured a SPRING 2017 COUTURE white ostrich feathered cape and a FALL 2016 COUTURE white crepe column dress. The cape kept her look alive along with her beauty look and sparkly jewelry.

Bella Hadid worked a sexy look of courtesy of ALEXANDRE VAUTHIER. Her strapless silk floor length dress featured a split neck, thigh high split skirt and a train detail. For me this look is giving me deja vu because it is very similar to the red one she wore last year. Nothing exciting for me at all. 

Charlotte Gainsbourg had the same thought as Robin Wright as she wore a sparkly look from the SAINT LAURENT FALL 2017 collection as well. Her silver sequin mini dress was shown in a calf length version on the runway. While wearing a mini dress at Cannes is not a bad thing, just liked Robin, she went with a safe shoe choice. 

Emily Ratajkowski took on the lingerie trend as well wearing a TWINSET floor length silk halter dress with with a thigh high split and a train detail. To keep her look interesting, she accessorized with a statement necklace. GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI sandals and a bun with bangs finished up her look. 

Coco Konig wore RALPH & RUSSO as well which featured a FALL 2016 COUTURE sheer black & silver butterfly & floral embroidered dress with black briefs underneath for coverage. Center part waves finished up her look.

Credit: InstarImages

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