Cannes: the Group’s Houses on the red carpet

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Cannes, the world’s most glamorous film festival, was once again the scene this year for star-studded festivities, premieres and press conferences. The movie industry’s top talents and celebrities ascended the storied red-carpet steps, providing a perfect occasion for LVMH Houses to shine during the festival and display their most stunning creations.

Adriana Ugarte and Daniel Grao, Marion Cotillard, Liu Yifei © Getty Images

Dior
The elegance of Dior silhouettes repeatedly lit up the red carpet. Dior dressed actors and actresses attending the projection of Julieta, directed by Pedro Almodovar, in which the character of Bea, played by Michelle Jenner, appears in different Dior designs. For the film’s premiere, Adriana Ugarte, the actress who plays the young Julieta, wore an embroidered dress in ecru silk gazar by Dior Haute Couture. Daniel Grao, another of the film’s actors, wore a midnight blue tuxedo by Dior Homme.

Dior muse Marion Cotillard paid tribute to Dior’s exquisite couture know-how by wearing a gold lamé dress for the premiere of Mal de Pierres, directed by Nicole Garcia.

At the festival’s opening ceremony, Liu Yifei wore an embroidered bustier-dress in pink wool, embellished by jewels from the Dior Joaillerie Bagatelle and Rose des Vents collections.

Léa Seydoux © 2016 Laurent Viteur, Adèle Exarchopoulos © 2016 Venturelli, Karlie Kloss © 2016 Gisela Schober

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton celebrated Juste la Fin du Monde, a film directed by Xavier Dolan, who is also one of the House’s masculine faces. Winner of the Grand Prix du Jury, Dolan wore a Louis Vuitton suit for the occasion. For the film’s premiere, Louis Vuitton muse and actress Léa Seydoux walked the red carpet in a Louis Vuitton made-to-measure dress and sandals.

Adèle Exarchopoulos, who regularly chooses Louis Vuitton for her appearances on the red carpet, was also wearing a made-to-measure dress, sandals, and carrying a Louis Vuitton Petite-Malle, for the premiere of Sean Penn’s film The Last Face.

For the premiere of Pedro Almodovar’s film Julieta, Karlie Kloss climbed the steps in a shimmering Louis Vuitton dress, carrying a Petite-Malle.

Julianne Moore, Lara Stone, Charlize Theron © Givenchy

Givenchy
Actress Julianne Moore appeared on the red carpet in an impressive sequined cobra dress by Givenchy Haute Couture for the opening ceremony and premiere of Woody Allen’s latest film Café Society,

For the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala, which takes place each year on the Croisette, model Lara Stone wore a transparent long black gown by Givenchy Haute Couture.

At the press conference for The Last Face by Sean Penn, actress Charlize Theron wore a light pink dress from Givenchy’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection.

Alessandra Ambrosio, Naomi Watts, Sonam Kapoor © Getty Images

Bulgari
Attending the premiere of Sean Penn’s The Last Face, Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio climbed the steps wearing a necklace and two rings from the Serpenti fine jewelry collection.

For the premiere of Money Monster, directed by Jodie Foster, actress Naomi Watts gave the world premiere to a pair of Serpenti earrings from Mediterranean Eden, the new fine jewelry collection inspired by the brand’s emblematic snakeskin motif.

Indian actress Sonam Kapoor was seen at the Hôtel Martinez carrying the silver Serpenti Forever bag, and wearing matching “cat eye” glasses from the same accessory collection.

Adriana Ugarte, Rebecca Hall, Alice Isaaz @ Chaumet

Chaumet
Adriana Ugarte, the actress from Almodovar’s film Julieta, wore earrings and a ring in grey gold, diamonds, blue sapphires and white chalcedony from the Hortensia collection by Chaumet.

Rebecca Hall also chose jewels from the Hortensia collection. For the premiere of Steven Spielberg’s The Big Friendly Giant, she wore earrings in grey gold, diamonds, blue sapphires and lapis-lazuli as well as one the brand’s exceptional designs, a cuff-bracelet.

For the closing ceremony, French actress Alice Isaaz elegantly donned earrings and a ring in platinum and diamonds from Chaumet’s Joséphine collection.