Stars on top form at Cannes 68th Annual Film Festival

At Cannes international film festival this year, hosted over 10 days at the end of April in Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, the shiniest stars of the big screen appropriately took centre stage. Glass rounds up the most stylish personalities to take to the red carpet during the prestigious festival.

10-cannes-red-carpet-03Sienna Miller in Gucci

12-cannes-red-carpet-03Natalie Portman in Lanvin

13-cannes-red-carpet-04Naomi Watts in Armani Privé

Stars of the moment such as Sienna Miller chose Gucci to go all 70s gypsy-heart Stevie Nicks on us while  Natalie Portman in sublime Lanvin and Naomi Watts, in Armani Privé, alongside The Sea of Trees co-star Matthew McConaughey in a dapper plum three-piece suit, did Cannes more demurely.

10-cannes-red-carpet-08Liu Wen in Ralph & Russo

10-cannes-red-carpet-11Laetitia Casta in Givenchy Haute Couture

11-cannes-red-carpet-04Kendall Jenner in Azzedine Alaia

11-cannes-red-carpet-07Anja Rubik in Atelier Versace

And what would Cannes be without a gaggle of gorgeous models, those including Liu Wen  in Ralph & Russo, Laetitia Casta in Givenchy Haute Couture and Kendall Jenner in Azzedine Alaia with Chopard Jewels, soaked up the Riviera rays in gowns that flaunted much skin. Alternatively, while also dripping in Chopard, beauty Anja Rubik made a more tactical game of unveiling erogenous areas in a sinuous Atelier Versace dress.

10-cannes-red-carpet-13Marisa Berenson in Dior

11-cannes-red-carpet-01Michael Caine and Rachel Weisz in Prada

13-cannes-red-carpet-11Jane Fonda in Atelier Versace

Icons such as Marisa Berenson dolled up in resplendent Dior, Michael Caine, arm in arm with Youth co-star Rachel Weisz in Prada, and also a majestic Jane Fonda, in a trusty Atelier Versace gown of startling cobalt, simply couldn’t be missed against the red carpet.

13-cannes-red-carpet-06Salma Hayek in Dior

15-cannes-red-carpet-04Julianne Moore in Givenchy Haute Couture

cannes-red-carpet-13Isabella Rosellini in Stella McCartney

Renowned bombshells including Salma Hayek, in figure-hugging Gucci, Julianne Moore in a deep burgandy Givenchy Couture number with exotic crocodile accents and the seminal Isabella Rosellini in Stella McCartney, ticked all the right boxes to make it into Glass’ Cannes 2015 roundup.

by Liam Feltham

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