Fashion | #Cannes2015 In Review (Day 7)

Following on from the #Heelgate controversy, lets review the stylish stars that took the red carpet by storm, heels and all, to see who made the biggest impact on Day 7 at the Cannes Film Festival.

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt looked stunning in this jewel-encrusted Stella McCartney gown, what an impeccable fit! I’m impressed by her style, she definitely has her own and it really works for her!

Her hair was swept back perfectly but the statement Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie earrings helped to transform the look into “premiere perfect”, the emerald green really brought out her piercing eyes. Fab-U-Lous!

Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett

Cate does an incredible job of turning an otherwise forgettable outfit into something memorable, she looked super elegant wearing this Armani Prive gown.

The gown’s main features include relaxed sleeves, an artful sash, a touch of embroidery running along the skirt and swooping into that all-important train!

Adriana Lima

Adriana Lima

I love that Adriana brought old school Hollywood glamour to the red carpet on day 7, this look is absolutely stunning, yet so simple! The velour Ulyana Sergeenko dress is a total classic with its sweetheart neckline and her long hair being styled into soft waves, very Jessica Rabbit-esque!

She completes the look with pops of red on her lips and nails, simple black heels and a touch of Chopard jewellery.

Nieves Alvarez

Nieves-Alvarez

Elie Saab has done it again with this stunning ombre gown from his Fall 2014 Couture Collection, the sparkles are slightly scale-like but luckily I’m digging the mermaid look that some of our stars are opting for this year.

No jewellery necessary with this one, the dress takes centre stage, accessorised with a nude Christian Louboutin studded clutch. I love it and it’s perfect for the current season too, something that a lot of our stars are missing!

Petra Nemcova

Petra

Petra was every bit the princess in this peach, floor-length silk organza Zuhair Murad gown with light blue floral embroidery and train, nipped in at the waist with a belt to keep the flowing fabric under control.

It’s a very sweet and soft look, plus it’s another season-appropriate gown – woohoo!

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman

Natalie doesn’t typically feature in my reviews, unless it’s fitting under the “worst dressed” category, perhaps because she’s a fan of simplicity, I have been disappointed with her previous Christian Dior outings (check out Day 4).

However, I think she deserves a mention for stepping out in this bold jade green Lanvin gown, it’s relaxed and I love the rope belt. Whilst it still isn’t a “wow” moment, it’s an improvement and very her.

Irina Shayk

Irina

I feel as though I should like this outfit since everyone is talking about it but I actually, really, don’t like it.

I’m not denying that she looks like a Goddess, she’s never going to look bad but this golden Versace gown is a little outdated and teetering on tacky, though I know that it’s trying to do the opposite. It’s just a bit too much.

Lucie Lucas

lucielucas

…From too much to too little. Lucie Lucas stepped out on to the red carpet in this skimpy 2 piece white ensemble. There’s not much that I can say about this, other than maybe she’s hitting the tennis courts afterwards? This might just be the worst outfit so far, what do you think?

Related links: Fashion | #Cannes2015 in Review (Day 1) || Fashion | #Cannes2015 in Review (Day 2) || Fashion | Top 3 at #Cannes2015 (Day 3) || Fashion | #Cannes2015 in Review (Day 4) || Fashion | #Cannes2015 in Review (Day 5) || Fashion | 6 of the Best & Worst on Day 6 at #Cannes2015

Which of our stars do you think rocked the best frock on the night?
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