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There are three more days of the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival left! Next up on the agenda was amfAR’s 21st Cinema Against AIDS Gala. Our favorite models, actresses, songstresses, and more were in attendance for the stylish event that was thrown for a great cause.
Ready for the looks? Let’s dive in!
Jourdan Dunn kicked off the night in my favorite color! She surely turned a few heads in a woven and embellished Balmain Fall 2014 frock. Yes Ms. Dunn!
Chanel Iman channeled a Grecian goddess in a gold metallic draped gown from Reem Acra.
Navy and lace from Vionnet were on the menu for Rosario Dawson. She’s been excelling in the style department at Cannes this year. I’m looking forward to what she wears next.
Nicole Scherzinger does the curve-hugging, all-black thing very well — as she did here. For the remainder of the year, I’d like to see her experiment more with color and silhouette: she’s so gorgeous, she can practically try anything!
Though she’s been wearing Cavalli quite a bit during Cannes, Aishwarya Rai switched to an Armani Privé number. Her husband, Abhishek Bachchan, also looked quite handsome.
In case you haven’t had your fill of cutouts yet, Alessandra Ambrosio also tried on the sexy detail in a white Roberto Cavalli gown.
Michelle Rodriguez gave her black embellished, figure-skimming Elisabetta Franchi gown a pop of color with red lips.
A ruby embellished clutch punctuated Liu Wen’s $3,785 Vionnet Cutout Plissé Crepe Gown. I thoroughly enjoyed this.
Clearly, yellow was the hue of the night as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stunned in a saffron one-shoulder gown with cutout detailing from Emilio Pucci’s Fall 2014 collection. Rosie does this all so effortlessly.
Heidi Klum dazzled in an icy blue Atelier Versace piece with cutout detailing and a thigh-high slit. Work Heidi!
Izabel Goulart usually skews sultry, but instead she went the sweet route in a strapless, blush pink beaded and feather embellished gown from Emilio Pucci. This was magnificent.
Jessica Chastain was simple, yet chic in a black strapless Givenchy gown. I love to see her in color, but there’s not a thing wrong with this classic look.
Like Izabel, Irina Shayk also donned a blush pink gown, choosing a one-shoulder embellished Atelier Versace design.
Instead of her signature Dior, Marion Cotillard chose a white lace Alexander McQueen gown from the Fall 2014 assortment.
Justin Bieber looked quite dapper in a Dolce & Gabbana suit.
I live for a Giambattista Valli moment and Bianca Brandolini d’Adda satisfied my longing in a floral embroidered confection from the brand. A little more effort could have been made in the hair department, but that was hardly an area of concern with a gown like this!
There wasn’t much left to the imagination with Anne V’s Redemption Choppers black lace gown.
Were you impressed by any ensembles at the gala?