On the red carpet: Marion Cotillard, Kirsten Dunst, Kate Moss, Mischa Barton

Marion Cotillard wears a Dior Couture gold lamé number to The Land of the Moon premiere.

On the red carpet: Marion Cotillard, Kirsten Dunst, Kate Moss, Mischa Barton

The dress has a rigorously-constructed organza foundation that allows it to cling to Cotillard’s curves without disrupting the smooth metallic exterior.

Kirsten Dunst’s delicate Dior Couture dress is my favourite look of the Cannes Film Festival so far. The custom-made, fine-strapped gown is embellished with flowers . The actress accessorised with a Dior clutch for the premiere of Loving.

Kate Moss made her first Cannes appearance in 15 years at the same event. She works this vintage Halston gown like the supermodel she is, but the garment itself is pretty shapeless and unimpressive.

Chopard diamonds and ‘The Dolce Vita’ makeup-look added some glamour.

Mischa Barton is fast emerging as the surprise style star of this Cannes season. This Zuhair Murad column with confetti hem is one of several tasteful red-carpet gowns she’s worn at festival events, including the ‘Art of Elyseum’ gala. Her accessories are by Avakian Geneve.

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