Top 5: Nicole Kidman Cannes Fashion 

There’s been so many great looks at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, and while going through all the red carpet looks I noticed that Nicole Kidman was consistently nailing it, as per usual. Can we just take a moment or two and appreciate some of these amazing looks soe’s worn thus far:

At last Sunday’s premier of “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” wearing a sparling silver Rodarte gown with baby pink ruffle details and coordinating silver heels by Christian Louboutin.


Wearing a luscious look by Calvin Klein by Appointment, featuring a black satin bodice and white tulle skirt.  Her red lips were a perfect contrasting complement to the red carpet look.


The visual interest and texture of this Dior Haute Couture gown is simply stunning. This peacock inspired look, complete with multiple strap details, definitely brought quite an extraordinary appeal to the photo call for “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” on Monday.

 

Nicole bought some serious vixen vibes at the photo call for “Top of the Lake: China Girl” on Tuesday. This assymetrical black dress by Versace was feminine, chic, and flirty, perfectly accessorized with black ankle strap heels and minimal jewelry.

 

 

 

 

 

How beautiful is the bold print on this patterned gown by Armani Prive?! Nicole bought some boho vibes to the Cannes 70th Anniversary film screening, complete with choker and carefree summer hair.

There are a few more days left in this year’s festival, so that’s plenty of time for more beautiful and showstopping looks to grace the red carpet. Who has been wearing your favorite looks this year? Are there any films you are particularly excited about seeing for yourself??
*photos via Getty Images*

 

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