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The Cannes 2015 Film Festival kicked off in a full speed today, with many celebrities wearing their sartorial best dresses for Cannes 2015 Red Carpet opening ceremony! Milan Design Agenda already selected two winners for Cannes Film Festival 2015 most glamorous dresses! Enjoy this endeavour through the best cannes 2015 red carpet dresses!
One of the night’s fashion trends is there were plenty of long ball gowns! Karlie Kloss wins for the sheer ability to standout in a silver half-jumpsuit-half-skort ensemble, played up with a pair of silver heels. Her look was by Atelier Versace…she’s the one on the middle. At left Viann Zhang and on the right is Leila Behkti wearing Giambattista Valli dress!
Always one to dazzle, Julianne Moore shone in Armani Privé, paired with black, platform peep-toes.
Sienna Miller played it a little safe in Lanvin, but the simple heeled sandal was the right complement for the dress. At Miller’s left, is Liya Kebede in Louis Vuitton metallic dress! Natalie Portman on the otherside wearing a fantastic red dress!
Lara Stone being bold with a pink dress from Calvin Klein collection!
Kate Winslet in Givenchy
Dotzen Kroes in Atelier Versace
Zoe Zaldana wearing Victoria Beckham
Now, it’s time to let you know who were the 2 most glamorous Cannes 2015 Red Carpet dresses:
Naomi Watts, wore a powder blue gown from Elie Saab Couture’s spring-summer 2015 collection, its top festooned with sequins and pearls above a flowing feathered skirt!
Lupita Nyong’o took to the red carpet at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival La Tête Hautepremiere in a stunning “grasshopper green” Gucci confection featuring a plunging neckline and lilac-hued flowers
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