Looks Of The Week 11/05/18

Modesty and whimsy collided on a busy red carpet week from honourable mentions at The Met Gala to the beginning of The Cannes Film Festival


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Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing sparkles in a Ralph & Russo gown while attending the Gala dinner during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals in Cannes.

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Also at the dinner was Penelope Cruz dressed in a whimsical look from Chanel.

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Carey Mulligan hits the Cannes circuit to promote her new film Wildlife looking chic in a no-fuss, strapless Christian Dior spring 2018 Couture gown.

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Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson goes for sheer Christian Dior at the Fahrenheit 451 premiere in New York; teaming this whimsical look with a pair of burgundy heels.

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Opting for a modest approach to this year's Met Gala theme Heavenly Bodies: Fashion And The Catholic Imagination, Greta Gerwig embodies elegant restraint in this look by The Row with Tiffany & Co jewellery.

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Also making an elegantly quiet statement at the Met Gala is Kristin Scott Thomas, adding colour to the festivities in this regal silk Erdem gown with a watteau train and English hand embroidery.

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Presiding over the Film Festival jury this year is one of Australia's most successful acting exports Cate Blanchett, looking resplendent in a gown she has already worn to the Golden Globes in 2014, making a symbolic gesture towards the idea of more responsible consumerism on the red carpet.

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Chloe Sevigny goes for a fun Chanel Couture cocktail dress, with fan detailing at the bust.

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Living up to her supermodel name, Imaan Hammam channels old school glamour in a Zac Posen look at the Met Gala, accompanied by the designer himself.

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