The 2016 Cannes Film Festival has finally come to a close after churning out one spectacular moment after another. Stars from all over the world brought their style A-game, as we’ve seen throughout the entire duration of the prestigious event.
Here’s a final rundown of some of the most memorable looks from the last few days of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival:
1. Jourdan Dunn
Jourdan Dunn breezed through the premiere of The Unknown Girl (La Fille Inconnue) in a spring 2016 couture gown from Ralph & Russo. It has a strapless neckline, side pockets, a full skirt with a high-low hem, a sweeping train, and gorgeous floral detail. Her hair was styled in an elegant updo, and she completed her look with strappy heels from Paula Cademartori and stunning drop earrings.
2. Elle Fanning
Elle Fanning brought her girlish charm at the photocall for The Neon Demon during this year’s Cannes film fest. She wore a white lace dress from Chanel’s fall 2016 collection, which has tiered layers, short sleeves, a floral detail, and a contrast black satin tie. A pair of black platform pumps and minimal hair and makeup provided the finishing touches to her look.
The 18-year-old actress looked enchanting at the film premiere in a spring 2016 couture tulle dress from Zuhair Murad. It features a strapless neckline, a floor-length skirt, a short train detail, an A-line silhouette, and gorgeous floral and leaf embroidery in pale pink and mint green. Her hair was parted in the middle and styled in a chignon, and she finished off her look with pink lips and jewels from Tiffany & Co.
3. Bella Heathcote
Bella Heathcote joined Elle Fanning at The Neon Demon photocall and premiere during this year’s Cannes film fest. She looked pretty in a tea-length Giambattista Valli fall 2014 couture dress, which has a strapless neckline and floral embroidery. Red lips, a sleek bob, and silver platform sandals from Giuseppe Zanotti completed her look.
At the film premiere the 28-year-old Australian actress sauntered down the red carpet in a red Armani Prive fall 2014 couture dress. It features a strapless neckline, layered tulle, and sequin embellishments. A silver clutch and strappy heels from Miu Miu provided the finishing touches to her look.
4. Kirsten Dunst
Kirsten Dunst was a burst of sunshine at the premiere of The Neon Demon during this year’s Cannes film fest. She wore a custom yellow satin gown from Maison Margiela Couture by John Galliano, which features thin shoulder straps, a tulle overlay, a short train detail, and black leaf print on the hem.
5. Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron opted for a chic look at the photocall for The Last Face in an ivory dress from Givenchy’s fall 2016 collection. It was cinched at the waist with a belt, and it features tiered lace and a sleeveless design. A slightly tousled bob, dark berry lips, and black heels provided the finishing touches to her look.
The 40-year-old Academy Award winner stepped out on the red carpet for the film premiere wearing a sleek black suit from Christian Dior Couture, which she styled with a crisp white shirt that was unbuttoned to her navel. She finished off her look with a middle-parted low bun, jewelry from Cartier, and a pair of black pumps from Christian Louboutin.
6. Adele Exarchopoulos
Adele Exarchopoulos joined Charlize Theron at the photocall and premiere of The Last Face in two different looks from Louis Vuitton. Earlier in the day, she wore a custom printed dress from the label’s fall 2016, which features a high neckline, puffy short sleeves, and a short length. A low ponytail and a pair of silver heels completed her look.
At the premiere of the film, Adele wore a white-hot Louis Vuitton look that consisted of a sleeveless crop top and a maxi skirt with a sequined panel.
7. Alessandra Ambrosio
Alessandra Ambrosio turned heads at the premiere of The Last Face in a beaded jumpsuit from Zuhair Murad’s spring 2016 couture collection. It has a strapless neckline, a tulle net-covered skirt, and intricate embroidery. She styled it with a chic bun, jewelry from Bulgari, and a bold red lip, and silver sandals from Giuseppe Zanotti.
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What do you think of these looks from the 2016 Cannes Film Festival? Which one’s your favorite?