I've especially enjoyed putting together these posts for you because there's so much diversity on this red carpet. The people featured in these posts come from all over their world and so we're getting a glimpse into international fashion.
Enjoy the final three days of the 2011 Cannes red carpet outfits after the jump.
Day 10 (May 20, 2011)
This Must be the Place premiere
|Claudia Schiffer in Chanel|
While ice-skating skirts are a surefire way of covering up a sheer dress, they look kind of out of place. like here. I'm not against short skirts over long ones but only if the end result isn't a dance costume.
|Lady Victoria Hervey in Addy van den Krommenacker|
Wearing a fan on your back means that you'll never be too warm. And if she's too cold in this miniskirt, she can just wrap the train around her.
Is that the actual dress she planned to wear? I wouldn't be surprised if she was so out of it that she stopped getting dressed after putting on her slip. I guess she should count ourselves lucky that she's covered up at all.
She didn't do the makeup right - isn't she supposed to be wearing half a top hat with a drawn-in moustache on the pants side?
|Eve Hewson in Chanel|
if you want to make your waist look wider, the best thing to do is to wear a dress whose waist is just a bit too high and put fringe on the waist seam. It's guaranteed bulk with almost no work!
It's an ok dress. I'm having trouble figuring out what to say about this because it's perfectly nice and it fits her. I don't know what I think about the ruffle but it looks ok.
Why does this bodice fit and look so bad? Is she not wearing the right bra? Did this dress originally come with straps but she decided to take them off? We may never know.
|Gwen Stefani in Armani Prive|
That single black line is striking and I love the top bow thingy over her boobs. Had the dress not included the bow above the waist it would have been jaw-droppingly gorgeous but as-is it's ... ok.
In the wrong length this could look like a sundress but because it's floor length and has a train, it's clearly a red-carpet dress. It looks so fresh and bright and perfect for the occasion.
Day 11 (May 21, 2011)
La Source Des Femmes
Isn't this a lovely asymmetrical dress? The colour is a bit orange for her colouring and the dress would make anyone else look big but since she's a model, of course she looks amazing.
|Virginie Silla (with Luc Besson)|
Why is she wearing her younger sister's party dress? Everything about this dress, from the pink underskirt to the belt to the silhouette, is too precious for this event.
|Isabel Suplicy (with Elie Charouqui)|
Even though this dress seems quite plain (and is a touch too long), I love it. There's something about the sheer layer and the silhouette that is so flattering on her.
Day 12 (May 22, 2011)
|Uma Thurman in Armani|
Sleek, sexy, and gorgeous. It fits her so well and shows off her sleek figure perfectly. The colour is amazing on her as well. This is a perfect choice for her.
|Cecile de France|
I've seen some amazing full-sleeved one-shoulder miniskirt patterns and dresses and this isn't one of them. The sleeve is more like a cape than a sleeve and the dress is a bit too tight on her.
|Liya Kebede in Lanvin (with single Lanvin glove)|
It appears that the bodice has broken free of her hair and is sagging down. Fortunately the single, embellished glove is gaudy enough that it would take attention away from any wardrobe malfunction.
When wearing something for the red carpet, make sure it fits. This dress is a little loose at the bust and looks a little bit sloppy. I love the shoulder cutouts and the necklace, which both draw the eye to her face.
We've seen a few black suits on the red carpet and of them all, I think I like this the least. The jacket looks too big for her frame and appears sloppy. The suit lacks details that would make it look unique or interesting.
photo credits: zimbio.com, hellomagazine.com, vogue.it, harpersbazaar.com, fashion.telegraph.co.uk