Red Carpet Wrap: Sienna Miller, Michelle Rodriguez, Alicia Vikander, Marion Cotillard

Sienna Miller chose this stunning Gucci gown for the Cannes Film Festival.

The colour is beautiful but the rose-gold belt, leather bodice, and pleated lace skirt make this dress really special.

The tousled, half-plaited hairdo is true to her signature underdone style.

Michelle Rodriguez managed to find a gown that is both dull and a flash risk for the same premiere.

Red Carpet Wrap: Sienna Miller, Michelle Rodriguez, Alicia Vikander, Marion Cotillard

This high-necked Vionnet gown looks semi-sheer in some shots.

The design is from next season’s collection but this particular choice doesn’t suit such a summery event.

Alicia Vikander flattered her Cannes tan with this silver-grey Valentino Couture gown at the Macbeth premiere.

Red Carpet Wrap: Sienna Miller, Michelle Rodriguez, Alicia Vikander, Marion Cotillard

The cloak-train hybrid at her back makes the otherwise classic design look very modern.

She accessorised with Boucheron jewellery and a simple bun.

Marion Cotillard went with a jewel of a Christian Dior Haute Couture dress for the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Macbeth.

Red Carpet Wrap: Sienna Miller, Michelle Rodriguez, Alicia Vikander, Marion Cotillard

The heavy embellishment made this mini special enough for formal evening wear.

She accessorised with Chopard diamonds and wet-look hair.


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