May 16th, 2014
Celebrity Style, Hot or Hmm
Hot! or Hmm… Sonia Rolland’s Timbuktu 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival Premiere Zuhair Murad Fall 2014 Red Lace Gown
By Faith

Actress Sonia Rolland was the lady in red at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival Premiere of her new film, Timbuktu. She dazzled in a Zuhair Murad Fall 2014 Red Lace Gown:


Her hair and makeup? Flaw-free.


I first caught wind of Sonia Rolland three years ago and she has clearly only become more beautiful since then! This will go down as one of the best Cannes looks this year for sure.


What do you think? Hot! or Hmm…?


Images: Getty

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8 Responses to “Hot! or Hmm… Sonia Rolland’s Timbuktu 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival Premiere Zuhair Murad Fall 2014 Red Lace Gown”

  1. SMV says:

    Black is beautiful. stunning!

  2. Lee_Lee says:

    GEORGOUS!!!!!!!!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! STUNNING!!!!!!

  3. Xi Xi Topp says:

    I’m not a huge fan of Zuhair Murad dresses but man o man she killed this look, breathtaking beauty status indeed.

  4. S says:

    BEAUTIFUL!! Absolutely Gorgeous!

  5. Honeybrown says:

    Wow! Beyond gorgeous.

  6. Samijo says:

    just wow. stunning beauty. this woman should have run for miss France every single year after her win. she just gets better with age.

  7. Taj says:

    Absolutely stunning!!!!

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