From Kristen Stewart in Chanel to Lea Seydoux in Louis Vuitton, feast your eyes on all the celebrity fashion from Cannes Film Festival 2018.
Terry Gilliam was hospitalised at the weekend, as he waits for a court verdict over whether his movie The Man Who Killed Don Quixote can be shown at the Cannes Film Festival.
At the Cannes Film Festival, Israel's Minister of Culture and Sports, Miri Regev, stepped onto the red carpet in a gown featuring a landscape of Jerusalem.
Oscar winner scored the Best Foreign Language Film gong, but did not attend the ceremony because of the travel ban.
For a week and a half, the Cannes Film Festival gathers celebrities and influencers in the South of France. With red carpets staged adjacent to the Côte d'Azur and parties taking place on docked megayachts, the fashion’s fit for the glamorous event. This year’s extravaganza, the 69th annual, which kicks off on Wednesday, will see the likes of Blake Lively, who’s in Woody Allen’s Café Society alongside Kristen Stewart and Steve Carrell, Julia Roberts and George Clooney promoting Money Monster, Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe debuting The Nice Guys, and so many more stars vying for the prestigious Palme d'Or. But who will win best dressed?
Is there anything more chic than the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival? Yes, yes there is. It's the Nice airport, where stars are left to their own devices. Celebs like Sienna Miller and Charlize Theron are forced to face the cameras without the help of stylists, makeup artists, and hair stylists.
Celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose had a busy week in the south of France – he was responsible for creating not one, but three standout red carpet beauty looks at the 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival: Lupita Nyong'o, Zoe Kravitz, and Alicia Vikander. He shares his tips for getting each look.
A day after Gus Van Sant’s The Sea of Trees got some boos from the press corps at Cannes, Todd Haynes’s period romance Carol earned bravos at its press screening. The cheers were well-deserved — as was the insanely early awards-season chatter both for the movie and for the stunning performances from Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. A remarkably well-made in-competition drama, Carol is a marvel: A stirring, obsessive romance, it evokes a 1950s New York that feels both impossibly distant and unmistakably familiar. Carol is structured as a flashback: We open with Therese (Mara) and Carol (Blanchett) sitting at a table in an elegant tea room.