The Cannes Film Festival ended this weekend (but you were probably BBQ-drunk and binge-watching Arrested Development, yes?). While we love the festival for its reliably risky, glamorous and often downright weird red carpet (see above), all good things must come to an end. Here’s the last of the photocalls, the premieres, and looks from the star-studded Closing Ceremony. More
Topic: Cannes Film Festival
Today’s Cannes Film Festival red carpet roundup features the Weekend of a Champion, All Is Lost and Only God Forgives premieres–expect intricate beading, embellishment, some top fashion models and a whole lot of sparkle.
As in, multiple disco ball dresses. More
We were surprised that Irina Shayk would walk the red carpet in such a revealing dress, given that she’s such a jerk about women who show their bodies. More
The 2013 Cannes Film Festival is occurring as we speak, though it occurred some over the weekend, too. Here’s what all those fancy people wore on the red carpet. Expect Jennifer Lawrence, Carey Mulligan, Jessica Biel, Rooney Mara, a slew of models and a couple good old Fashion Disasters. More
Have you ever heard of Elena Lenina?
Neither had we, until very recently. Apparently she’s a Russian television personality/businesswoman/model, but the world will soon know her as “the woman with the craziest hair at Cannes.” That is her game; that is how names get known. More
The 2013 Cannes Film Festival began yesterday–kicking off with Baz Luhrmann‘s take on The Great Gatsby. Here is the celebrity-laden red carpet, featuring the film’s stars, various fellow A-listers, a slew of fancy Euro-celebs and at least one Phoebe Price (obviously). More
Scrutinize these babies carefully because there’s a test ahead. More
This past Thursday, AIDS research foundation AmfAR held a resplendent gala in a town nearby to Cannes, and all of the fancy Cannes people came. They drank champagne, they gave each other compliments, and, most importantly, they wore a bajillion dollars worth of couture. Some of them did a bang-up job dressing themselves, and others, not so much. Here are some high and low points. More
Yesterday saw the opening ceremony of the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Besides pre-packaging untold thousands of opinions for Syrah-swilling dilettantes the world over, Cannes offers a pretty glitzy red carpet, complete with international film stars, supermodels and people I had to Google. Enjoy. More