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Cannes Festival 2018 - 71 ème Edition

« Festival de Cannes, Je t'aime »
Those are the words of the lyrical Edouard Baer, Master of Ceremony for this year Cannes Festival.
He oppened the Cloture's Ceremony with this sentence, but it is also a great way to start talking about the event.

Despite the November weather, Celebrities respected the "Tenue de soirée exigée" dresscode and didn't show up in Hunter Boots ( brave! )

See Below my favorite outfits. I stay true to my taste and again I loved a lot of black, white, transparency and - of course - some sparkles!

Elegance price goes to Chloë Sevigny, for her always perfectly smart laidback style.
Lea Seydoux is an ex-aequo, she is divine and I love her venenous look.

From Top to Bottom, Left to Right:
Léa Seydoux in Louis Vuitton, Kirsten Stewart in Chanel, Liu Wen in Bottega Veneta, Chloë Sevigny in Chanel, Kendall Jenner in Schiaparelli,
Aymeline Valade in Saint Laurent, Deniz Gamze Ergüven in Chanel, Liu Wen in Jean Paul Gautier, Jennifer Connely in Louis Vuitton and Paul Bettany in Saint Laurent, Bella Hadid in Julien MacDonald.

Louise Bourgouin in Giambattista Valli, Deepika Padukone in Ashi Studio, Isabelli Fontana in Alberta Ferretti,
Chloë Sevigny in Chanel, Constance Jablonski, Sarah Sampaio in Zuhair Murad, Virginie Effira in Schiaparelli, Bella Hadid in Alexander Wang.

Diamonds and precious stones were shining bright too.

I loved the designs which were subtly enhancing the natural beauty of the Star wearing it.
Chopard, Boucheron and Chanel Joaillerie were a hit!

From Top to Bottom, Left to Right:

Aymeline Valade in Boucheron, Babara Palvin in Messika, Léa Seydoux in Boucheron, Anja Rubik in Boucheron,
Daphne Groeneveld in Boucheron, Anja Rubik in Boucheron, Doutzen Kroes in Piaget, Chloë Sevigny in Chanel Joaillerie.

From Top to Bottom, Left to Right:
Diane Kruger in Chopard, Catrinel Menghia in Chopard, Eva Herzigova in De Beers, Sara Sampaio in Chopard,
Chloë Sevigny in Chanel Joaillerie, Liu Wen in Chanel Joaillerie, Olga Kurylenko in Chaumet, Anna Mouglalis in Chanel Joaillerie.

« Allez on remballe, le festival. Le Festival de Cannes qui remballe ses valises, ses valoches. Ses fraternités, ses vanités, ses sincérités parfois.
Le festival rentre chez lui c'est-à-dire chez nous, on rentre à la maison, après ce monde d'illusions, de rêves, de colères pour rien, de violence parfois sincères et authentiques. Rendant la Croisette à son destin balnéaire, ses gâteaux de chantilly-crème léchés par les vagues, la mer toujours recommencée, la Méditerranée, terrain de jokari et cimetière parfois, à ceux qui veulent nous rejoindre, à ceux à qui on ne sait plus tendre la main. Le Festival de Cannes remballe, ses hommes, ses femmes, qui étaient là tous ensemble, unis, pour rien. Pour rêver, pour construire, pour essayer de dire que derrière les films, derrière les images, derrière les sons, il y a des rêves, il y a des violences, des envies de transmettre, des choses. Pas des messages, nous ne sommes pas des postiers. Nous sommes simplement des gens qui ont eu le courage ou la chance d'exprimer nos rêves, d'aller vers les autres, de tendre une main qu'on appelle un film.
Nous sommes des hommes et femmes ici, privilégies sans doute, mais qui sauront faire quelque chose de tout ça » ,

Edouard Baer closing speech for the 71st Edition of Cannes Festival
( In its original language because it is too French and poetic to be translated )

My Favorite French Man, Edouard <3  ( click on the image to see the Opening's speech, brilliant too! ) 

My Favorite French Man, Edouard <3

( click on the image to see the Opening's speech, brilliant too! ) 

Met Gala 2018- Heavenly Bodies

This year Met Exhibition theme is Fashion and Catholic Imagination.
Fascinating theme since forever, worth a trip to New York!

The Museum managed to gather an incredible and neverseen collection of ceremonial clothes from the Vatican, and mixed in the scenery those authentical religious outfits with Designers' looks, inspired by this mysterious and fastuous tradition.

Guests from the Gala embodied the theme with much grace and audacity, celebrating centuries of Men's passion for the Divine. What a hell of a party !

From top to bottom, left to right:

Diane Kruger in Prabal Gurung, Anne Hathaway in Valentino, Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton, Chadwick Boseman in Versace,
Cole Sprouse in Thom Browne, Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra, Rooney Mara in Givenchy,
Travis Scott in Alexander Wang, Stella Maxwell in Moschino, Kate Bosworth in Oscar de La Renta

From top to bottom, left to right:

Colin Firth and wife Livia Giuggioli in Giambattista Valli, Greta Gerwig in The Row, Olsen sisters in the Row, Imaan Hammam in Zac Posen, 
Pharell Williams and wife Helene in Chanel, Troye Sivan in Valentino, Jennifer Connely in Louis Vuitton, Sofia Coppola, Shaun White in Etro

From top to bottom, left to right:

Rihanna in a custom look Maison Margiela by John Galliano , Janelle Monae, Rita Ora,
Amber Heard in Saint Laurent, Rosie Huntington Whiteley in a Ana Khouri headpiece and Kate Bosworth in a custom veill by Oscar de La Renta, Diane Kruger