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Michelle Rodriguez, Fan Bingbing, Naomi Watts, Charlize Theron up the glamour at Cannes, day 2


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May 15, 2015/11.09



Pascal Le Segretain


Venturelli

Day two of the 2015 Festival de Cannes, the 68th Cannes Film Festival, saw Michelle Rodriguez and Charlize Theron get the attention of celebrity-watchers as they walked the red carpet for George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road.
   Rodriguez wore a black, nearly backless Zuhair Murad embroidered lace gown with floral paillette embroidery, accessorized with a de Grisogono XXL jewel and its Melody of Colours ring set with a centre aquamarine weighing over 60 ct.
   Theron, accompanied by boyfriend Sean Penn, wore a canary yellow strapless Dior gown, with accessories kept to a minimum.
   Fan Bingbing wore a grey floral Marchesa gown with 3D floral details evoking spring blossoms, with L’Oréal Paris’s make-up artists using Superstar Mascara and Superliner Perfect Slim in black, and Color Riche 30 Years lipstick in 238, Orange After Party. Fan had flowers in her hair, too, to go with her gown, held in place by L’Oréal’s Elnett Satin Supreme Hold.
   Salma Hayek joined her co-stars for the première of Il racconto dei racconti (Tale of Tales) wearing a red floral Alexander McQueen dress. We also spotted Isabella Rossellini (whose late mother, Ingrid Bergman, features in the Festival’s publicity images this year) in Stella McCartney, Courtney Eaton in Chanel, and Sophie Marceau in Alexandre Vauthier.
   Alongside Fan were her fellow L’Oréal Paris spokeswomen, including Inès de la Fressange, Julianne Moore (in Givenchy), Katrina Kaif, and Liya Kebede. Naomi Watts was particularly memorable and glamorous—in that classic Hollywood sense—wearing a black Ralph Lauren gown.


















Tristan Fewings; Venturelli; Pascal Le Segretain; Gisela Schober; Ian Gavan


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