Rosie HW: The Best of Cannes

Now that the 67th Cannes Film Festival has wrapped up, I wanted to take one more look back at some of the most amazing fashion this year; chiefly in regards to the festival looks rocked by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

I previously already wrote about one of my favorite Rosie looks, the gray Victoria Beckham dress, but there are some other amazing pieces we can discuss:

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Grey tones look so good against Rosie’s blonde hair and glowing skin, right?! This Gucci number (Gucci Premiere, to be more precise) she wore to the premiere of “The Search” is certainly no exception. Strapless pieces are so great on her, highlighting her fit shoulders. The textural detailing stemming from the empire waist has a slight lengthening effect to her torso, as well a subtle element of chic interest. The billowy floor-sweeping hemline added to the overall feminine flare of her red carpet look.

 

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Here’s a total model-esque look. Rosie wore this to Roberto Cavalli’s annual party abroad, and it totally fits her like a glove. The fitted dress gave adequate accentuation to her cleavage and the little slit cut outs along the side added extra sex kitten zeal. The past the knee length was such a pleasant change from other dresses this fitted cut much higher, and her Jimmy Choo Xenia sandals were perfect to pull everything together, keeping it sexy but still with an air of class.

 

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I fell in love with this golden yellow Emilio Pucci gown as soon as I laid eyes on it. Rosie wore this piece to amfAR’s 21st Cinema Against AIDS Gala, with her Jimmy Choo Xenia sandals and Carmen clutch (also  by Choo). The delicate draping of this gown is everything. It has a total Daenarys Targaryen vibe. The one shoulder construction and floor sweeping length total together to make something totally gorgeous.

 

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I think that this black Cushnie Et Ochs dress is probably another of my favorites, and perhaps the sexiest that RHW stepped out in. This visual stunner was worn to the Porsche at De Grisogono Fatale In Cannes party, and I don’t even know where to begin talking about it. The long sleeve and long length overall are by no means a cover up here. The low low low cut draping neckline, accentuated by the bustier piecing and high cut waist is not only fashion forward and enviable, but it’s visual appeal shows how fashion and art merge (or so I feel). Her sleek hair complements her overall look, and those  emerald earrings (which are recalling to mind an image of Angelina Jolie) are the perfect color pop. Really though, is there anything this woman can’t wear?!!

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