• 20 maggio 2017
    JULIANNE MOORE <BR />VANITY FAIR US DINNER, 9:34 PM

    JULIANNE MOORE
    VANITY FAIR US DINNER, 9:34 PM

    On the occasion of the Vanity Fair Us Dinner, held at the hotel du Cap‑Eden‑Roc during the 70th Cannes Film Festival, the actress wore a dress from the Cruise 2016/17.

    © David M Benett

  • 20 maggio 2017
    KRISTEN STEWART <BR />"COME SWIM" PREMIERE, 6:43 PM

    KRISTEN STEWART
    "COME SWIM" PREMIERE, 6:43 PM

    Actress Kristen Stewart’s directorial debut film was premiered on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Cannes Festival. She wore a Cruise 2017/18 dress for the presentation of her short film, titled “Come Swim”.

    © George Pimentel

  • 20 maggio 2017
    NANA KOMATSU AT RITZ PARIS

    NANA KOMATSU AT RITZ PARIS

    The Japanese actress Nana Komatsu, filmed in a suite at the Ritz Paris Hotel, wears Paris Cosmopolite 2016/17 Métiers d’Art pieces.

    The collection, premiered at the Ritz Paris, will be shown for the second time on May 31st at the Mitsui Club, a townhouse in Tokyo.

  • 19 maggio 2017
    DELPHINE SEYRIG <BR />"L'ANNÉE DERNIÈRE À MARIENBAD", 1961

    DELPHINE SEYRIG
    "L'ANNÉE DERNIÈRE À MARIENBAD", 1961

    Alain Resnais’ 1961 film "L’année dernière à Marienbad" takes place inside a Baroque palace in Germany surrounded by French formal gardens. The silver lamé and white chiffon dresses worn by the leading actress, Delphine Seyrig, were designed by Gabrielle Chanel. For this role, she adopted the appareance of a short-haired brunette, not unlike that of Chanel’s founder.

    © Evening Standard

  • 18 maggio 2017
    ÉLODIE BOUCHEZ <BR />MADAME FIGARO DINNER, 9:49 PM

    ÉLODIE BOUCHEZ
    MADAME FIGARO DINNER, 9:49 PM

    The French actress, Camera d'or Jury member, wore a dress from the Paris Cosmopolite 2016/17 Métiers d'Art, at the dinner hosted by Madame Figaro on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Cannes Festival.

  • 18 maggio 2017
    SUSAN SARANDON <BR />SCREENING OF "NELYUBOV", 7:09 PM

    SUSAN SARANDON
    SCREENING OF "NELYUBOV", 7:09 PM

    The American actress Susan Sarandon wore CHANEL to the screening of Andrey Zvyagintsev's "Nelyubov", the second film presented in competition at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

    © George Pimentel

  • 18 maggio 2017
    JULIANNE MOORE <BR />“WONDERSTRUCK“ PREMIERE, 3:57 PM

    JULIANNE MOORE
    “WONDERSTRUCK“ PREMIERE, 3:57 PM

    Todd Haynes's “Wonderstruck”, the first film competing for the Palme d'or, was presented in Cannes this Thursday. Its leading actress, Julianne Moore, climbed the steps in a Haute Couture gown from the Spring‑Summer 2017 collection.

    © Getty images

  • 17 maggio 2017
    LILY-ROSE DEPP <BR />CERIMONIA DI APERTURA, 19:14

    LILY-ROSE DEPP
    CERIMONIA DI APERTURA, 19:14

    La giovane attrice ha percorso le scale del Palazzo dei Festival di Cannes indossando un abito della collezione Crociera 2017/18, e ha annunciato ufficialmente l'apertura del 70 ° Festival di Cannes.

    © Georges Pimentel

  • 17 maggio 2017
    LILY-ROSE DEPP <BR />HOTEL MAJESTIC, 17:57

    LILY‑ROSE DEPP
    HOTEL MAJESTIC, 17:57 

    L'attrice Lily‑Rose Depp si prepara per la cerimonia di apertura del 70° Festival di Cannes, in una suite dell'Hotel Majestic. Per l'occasione ha scelto un abito in jersey e degli orecchini della collezione Crociera 2017/18, trucco CHANEL.

    © Greg Williams

  • 17 maggio 2017
    ANNA KARINA: UN NOME D'ARTE 
 <BR />IDEATO DA GABRIELLE CHANEL

    ANNA KARINA: UN NOME D'ARTE
    IDEATO DA GABRIELLE CHANEL

    Hanne Karin Bayer ha cominciato la sua carriera in Danimarca, dove ha cantato nei cabaret, ha lavorato come modella e recitato nelle pubblicità. All'età di 17 anni si è spostata a Parigi dove ha conosciuto Gabrielle Chanel, che l'ha aiutata ad emergere con il suo nome d'arte: Anna Karina. In quel periodo fu notata da Jean‑Luc Godard e proseguì interpretando i suoi primi grandi ruoli cinematografici.

    © Giancarlo Botti / Jean-Luc Godard and Anna Karina at Jean-Claude Brialy's house in Monthion, circa 1960 in France.

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