Cannes 2015: best dressed

The magnificent actress and director was a hit from the very beginning of this 68th edition, whirling this pastel green gown by Gucci down the red carpet of the Palais des Festivals. Definitely one of the favorites of the fortnight. (May 13, 2015) Photo: AFP
The Chinese supermodel opted for an impressive gown with a train that wasn’t unanimously adored, but she does get points for daring. Two prints were used for this creation, in green and red, the whole decorated with flowers. (May 13, 2015). Photo: AFP
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing enchanted the red carpet with her bucolic gown from Marchesa’s spring 2015 collection. Grey tulle, embroidered flowers and puffy sleeves perfectly showed off the young actress. (May 14, 2015). Photo: AFP
Another creation that marked the fortnight: the Australian actress’s gown, straight out of a dream. Captivating, the actress dared to don this imposing gown from the Giles fall 2015 collection for her walk up the steps to present “Carol.” (May 17, 2015). Photo: AFP
Like a princess, the Thai actress and L’Oréal Paris muse walked the red carpet along the Croisette in the most romantic outfit ever. This striking dove-grey (one of the festival’s most popular colors) dress by Ashi Studio Couture was covered in fine embroidering and feathers that added all the glamor necessary for such an event. (May 19, 2015). Photo: AFP
The sublime Indian actress was the center of attention when she took to the red carpet along the Croisette in her flowing grey design by Ralph & Russo Couture. The gown was decorated with numerous couture details, such as crystals and feathers. (May 20, 2015). Photo: AFP
Also the object of heavy critique, the British supermodel’s Ralph & Russo gown was quite a gamble. The same color as the carpet she walked, this “gift box” design nonetheless fit her perfectly. (May 17, 2015). Photo: AFP
Gorgeous as always, the French actress, in a sparkling Zuhair Murad Couture gown, was resplendent and worthy of the crowd’s adoration. (May 18, 2015). Photo: AFP
The Taiwanese actress went for a romantic look with this long embroidered gown, with seemingly transparent areas, especially around the neckline. (May 21, 2015). Photo: AFP
Marion Cotillard turned to her beloved Dior for the screening of 'The Little Prince'. The minimalist fitted black and blue off-the-shoulder design showcased her collarbone and shoulders, while a slashed front revealed a hint of leg. (May 22, 2015) Photo: AFP
British model Jourdan Dunn looked stunning in this dramatic fishtail gown by Ralph & Russo Coutre, featuring a sheer embroidered bodice under which she wore a nude bodysuit for a modern yet elegant look. (May 22, 2015). Photo: AFP
French actress Elizabeth Debicki was a picture of elegance in this lovely Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress for the screening of the film "Macbeth". The fairytale floral embroidery down the bodice and skirt is given a dramatic edge thanks to its voluminous sleeves. (May 23, 2015). Photo: AFP
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