Best-Dressed at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival
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By Lauren Kaplan May 15, 2014
Blake Lively was a show-stopper at the opening ceremony and "Grace of Monaco" premiere in a Gucci gown--complete with thigh-high slit, Casadei heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Nicole Kidman wore an intricate and stunning Armani Prive gown to the Festival's Opening Ceremony and premiere of "Grace of Monaco."
Actress Adele Exarchopoulos graced the red carpet in a black-and-white embellished gown, complete with a slit (and Chopard jewelry).
Kendall Jenner made a fashion-forward appearance at the Opening Ceremony in a Chanel dress that featured a corsage-style overlay on top. She accessorized with not one, but two, enormous diamond rings from Chopard.
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi looked utterly glamorous in a black-and-white Rolland Haute Couture dress, Brian Atwood heels, a Bochic clutch and Chopard jewelry. (Is anyone else picking up on this whole black-and-white trend?)
Zoe Saldana went for an all-white goddess-inspired gown by Victoria Beckham. She finished off the look with Christian Louboutin shoes and Di Grisogono jewelry.
Julianne Moore made a statement in Louis Vuitton at the "Mr. Turner" premiere.
Liya Kebede went short with a blue and black Roberto Cavalli mini dress and Jimmy Choo sandals. Simply put, legs for days.
And Blake Lively, once more for good measure, but this time in Chanel and Sophia Webster pumps. Does this girl ever have a bad hair day?
Actress Julianne Moore attended the Calvin Klein Party wearing a blush Calvin Klein gown.
Naomi Watts put a high-fashion spin on her light pink Calvin creation: a black velvet blazer.
People's most beautiful, Lupita Nyong'o chose a sleek navy mid-length dress with a tiny cut-out at the top of her ribcage.
Rooney Mara looked chic in a white sheath dress with fringe embellishment at the waist.
Louise Roe went for the thigh-high slit, in a one-shoulder cobalt blue number.
Cate Blanchett's incredible Valentino gown ensured that all eyes would be fixed on her at the Chopard Trophy ceremony. The actress also wore shrimp earrings and a snail bracelet from the Chopard Animal World Collection.
Oscar-winner Blanchett handed emerging talent (and similarly, Valentino-clad) Adele Exarchopoulos the Chopard Trophy.
Zoe Saldana also attended the Chopard Trophy ceremony, and wore a lacy two-toned Valentino dress with bow detail at the neck.
Blake Lively--now making her third appearance on our best-dressed list--slipped into a short Giambattista Valli Spring 2014 couture dress for the Chopard Trophy ceremony, as well as the "Mr. Turner" premiere.
Cate Blanchett stuns, once again, in Givenchy at the "How To Train Your Dragon 2" premiere.
Naomi Watts wore a gorgeous draped gown by Marchesa for the "How To Train Your Dragon 2" Premiere.
Sonia Rolland went with a rich red Zuhair Murad gown for the "Timbuktu" premiere.
Rosario Dawson wore a black and white Dolce & Gabbana gown to the "Captives" premiere, confirming, once again, that this color scheme is a full-on trend.
Blake Lively jumped on the black-and-white bandwagon for the same premiere. Her gorgeous gown is by Gucci.
Eva Longoria wore a figure-hugging pale pink Gabriela Cadena creation at the Global Gift Gala.
Freida Pinto is the epitome of glamour in a feathery Michael Kors gown and soft waves in her hair for the "Saint Laurent" premiere.
Isabeli Fontana attended the same premiere wearing a structured, bright yellow dress with cut-outs and a high slit, designed by Tufi Duek.
Natasha Poly attended the "Saint Laurent" premiere in a black tulle Oscar de la Renta dress.
Jessica Chastain looked simply ravishing in a cobalt blue gown from Atelier Versace at the screening of "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby."
The actress chose a less formal look for another appearance at the Cannes Film Festival. The ivy jacquard dress is part of Alexander McQueen's Fall/Winter 2014 collection.
Hilary Swank went with a satin white gown from Atelier Versace to attend the premiere of "The Homesman."
Freida Pinto went for drama at the premiere of "The Homesman" with this gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown.
Adriana Lima donned a (rather revealing) nude Alexander Vauthier gown to the "The Homesman" premiere.
Jennifer Lawrence wore a two-piece Dior (what else?) getup to the photocall for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" in Cannes.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley arrives at a photocall in Cannes wearing a ladylike Victoria Beckham dress with white accessories.
Petra Nemcova attended the "Two Days, One Night" premiere on May 20 in a Zuhair Murad couture gown.
Model Alessandra Ambrosio, clad in a ruched Atelier Versace gown, attended the same premiere.
Eva Herzigova also attended the "Two Days, One Night" premiere wearing a floral Dolce & Gabbana midi-dress.
Coco Rocha brought pure glamour to the Chopard Backstage Dinner & Afterparty at the Cannes-Mandelieu Aerodrome in a white Gabriela Cadena dress.
Break out your couture, ladies! The 67th annual Cannes Film Festival has kicked off, and attendees have thus far proven that this occasion is perhaps the finest film event of the year. Actresses, models, filmmakers and more have busted out all the stops for the elegant and iconic festival. It appears that couture gowns, ladylike clutches, flawless makeup, tousled hair and big (BIG!) jewels are the name of the game in Cannes--and with each of their sartorial and beauty choices, these glamorous ladies have proven that they're in it to win it.Read More ↓