One of my favourite events of the year, Cannes Film Festival had it's opening ceremony on Wednesday, and with all the big stars of this years festival attending, a Best Dressed post was a must! I'll probably also do an overall Cannes best dressed when the festival is finished, so look out for that!
Lupita Nyong'o in Gucci - Lupita always wears stunning dresses for the red carpet and this bright green Gucci number is no exception. It complements her skin tone perfectly, and I am in love with the gorgeous embellishment on the shoulders and at the waist.
Doutzen Kroes in Atelier Versace - Doutzen's dress reminded me very much of Rosie's dress at the MET Ball, so it was no surprise to find that this is also by Atelier Versace. It's quite a simple, timeless silhouette, but the sheer panel adds something extra to it, and I like how she contrasted with the dark makeup and nails.
Bar Rafaeli - I love this look on Bar. Such a classic white dress, with a definite Grecian feel to it. I love how she paired it with a simple ponytail and very natural makeup. I feel like any heavy makeup would clash with the dress. I'm not sure who designed the dress but it certainly is gorgeous - although being a supermodel, I'm sure she could pull of anything!
Natalie Portman in Dior - Being the face of Dior, of course Natalie wore a bright red dress by the designer. The triangular shape of the neckline gives a new take on this classic column dress style, and I love the colour with her dark hair.
Noemie Lenoir in Chloe - Such a stunning look here - perfect pregnancy style! I think yellow looks absolutely gorgeous against darker skin, and the curly hair makes the look really youthful - she is just glowing!
Sienna Miller in Lanvin - Contrasting with the bright colours on the red carpet, Sienna went for a navy blue Lanvin dress, with ruffling along the shoulder. It looks lovely against her paler skin and blonde hair, and it really accentuates her figure. I also loved the makeup here - it was done by Charlotte Tilbury though so I would expect nothing less!
Who has been your favourite Cannes look so far? Let me know in the comments!