Day eight of Cannes Film Festival and the red-carpet jewels continue to wow

Day eight of Cannes Film Festival saw more red carpet hits from Alessandra Ambrosio and Kristin Scott Thomas, plus a boat party hosted by Roberto Cavalli.


If there's one thing we've learned from the past eight days of the Cannes Film Festival, it's that de GRISOGONO jewels are always a winner on the red carpet. Last night proved no different, as starlettes adorned themselves with heavily embellished earrings and rings to celebrate the brand's 20th birthday in style. 

Model Alessandra Ambrosio stole the spotlight in a star-worthy metallic gown at the premiere of "All Is Lost", accessorising with a pair of statement black diamond earrings and matching oversized ring from the Swiss jeweller. She posed for photos with founder Fawaz Gruosi on the red carpet. Irina Shayk was another diamond doll, choosing de GRISOGONO black diamond 'Boule' earrings and a bright white 'Sugar' watch to go with her lace-panelled Little Black Dress.

Kristin Scott Thomas looked every inch the leading lady with her newly shorn hair revealing elegant emerald earrings by Chopard. Forget the blue and green should never be seen rule - next to a glittering navy dress, these emeralds shone.

Petite Ziyi Zhang looked perfectly pretty in Chanel. Despite the rain, she managed to brave the red carpet wearing dainty Chanel jewels and a big smile on her face.

Come evening, the stars headed to fashion designer Roberto Cavalli's yacht for a party that always features high up on the Cannes calendar. Actor and producer Adrien Brody looked suave in a pale-blue suit, which he paired with Bulgari's steel 'Octo' watch. His date for the evening, Lara Nieto, also wore Bulgari, opting for a 'Serpenti' diamond ring and matching box bag.  

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