Best and Worst of Cannes 2014


Nadja Auermann in Dolce and Gabbana

Nadja Auermann nailed it in this flirty Dolce and Gabbana number. The 1950’s silhouette, red lip, and strands of diamonds  are perfect for the South of France. This classic movie star look is modernized by the cherry blossom print and metallic shoes.

Blake Lively in Chanel Haute Couture

As you all probably know, Blake Lively has been killing it in Cannes. This lovely Chanel Haute Couture frock stood out among the rest and suited the blond bombshell to perfection. This dress is a true work of art and the pastel color sequins bedazzle on Blake. The chiffon scarf harkens back to the glory days of the silver screen. I love how she was able to pull this dress off with ease and charm for days.

Marion Cotillard in Dior

Marion Cotillard looked ravishing in this stunning pleated Dior. The construction of this dress is of true Haute Couture cache, even though it is ready to wear. The pleats look like rays of sunshine shooting out from the waist, making it appear smaller and framing the face. This dress screams true Dior.

Cara Delevingne in Chanel Haute Couture

My favorite model of all time, Cara Delevingne, looked rocker chic in this Chanel Haute Couture mini. The sequins, red lip, statement earrings, and black and white accessories elevate this look to red carpet status. She doesn’t need a big gown or tons of jewels to shine, all this girl needs is an exquisitely simple dress that shows off all of her best assets.. flawless.

Cate Blanchett in Valentino

Cate Blanchett radiated in this magnificent Valentino number. I love the Peter Pan collar and feather sleeves mixed with the beautiful, shimmering grey embroidery. At the age of 45, Cate looks better than the younger crowd. She is one of the only women in hollywood who knows how to wear a couture garment, in all its glory, extremely well. She looks elegant, statuesque, and ravishing.

Chloe Grace Moretz in Chanel

Chloe Grace Moretz has perfected the art of dressing during the day time in Southern France. She looks like Coco Chanel herself dressing for 2014. Chloe looks sophisticated and classic, but the crop top, fedora, and beachy waves keep the look young, fresh, and fun. I’m in love.


Elena Lenina in Rebecca Pocklington

Elena Lenina is known for her outrageous looks at Cannes, but she just looks stupid in the enormous gown. She looks like she is on her way to her 80’s prom in the south. The huge top knot on her head covered in crowns is just the cherry on top of this heinous cake.

Karlie Kloss in Valentino

This lacy Valentino makes Karlie Kloss look like an goth butterfly. The deep red and teal do not work together and all of the lace and sheer panels are too busy. Some things need to be left on the runway.

Eva Longoria in Vionnet

Eva’s dress is a disaster. Her arms and neck are too covered up, but the giant gash in front shows too much skin in the wrong places. The ruching on her side makes her look very pregnant. This dress looks like a pajama dress and her lazy ponytail adds to that.

Aymeline Valade in Pallas

You all know how much I love a good women’s suit, but this one is so baggy it makes Aymeline look like a man. A good suit should hug a woman’s curves, but instead, this makes her look straight up and down. Aymeline appears as though she just put on her husband’s suit and left. The bow tie, oxfords, and unkept hair only add to the problem.

Heidi Klum in Atelier Versace

    This dress looks so cheap and tacky on Klum. She looks as though she should be ditching the red carpet for a game show. Heidi is showing way too much skin (especially for her age), and that icy blue hue is disgusting.


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