The first days of red carpet moments at Cannes

Stars step out on to Red Carpet in Cannes in show stopping jewels.

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As Cannes gets into the swing of things, the sport of spotting jewels on the red carpet heats up. Although the weather has disappointed, the stars are not to be put of by a spot of rain and treat the world to great dresses and beautiful jewels

American actress Jessica Chastain wore earrings and a bracelet by Louis Vuitton from the high jewelery collection Les Ardentes.
Kara Hayward, lead role of Wes Anderson opening movie "Moonrise Kingdom" wore a dress, shoes and a headband from Louis Vuitton and jewels from the high jewelery collection Les Ardentes. Indian actress Freida Pinto added colour to her outfit with a minaudiere, or evening clutch, embroidered with sequins from Louis Vuitton.

Those who chose to shine in Bulgari include Yao Xingtong arrived at the screening of 'De Rouille et D'Os' (Rust and Bone)  wearing a Bulgari evening pochette in satin embroidered with rocca crystals and colored multifaceted glass stones (33140).
Isabella Ferrari attended the Edison Green Movie Reception at the Italian Pavillion wearing a Bulgari Monete pink gold necklace with antique silver coin and also from this Italian jeweller three versions of the B.zero1 bracelet.
Laura Weissbecker arrived at the screening of 'De Rouille et D'Os' (Rust and Bone) with a Bulgari Serpenti Bracelet in yellow gold and diamonds snaking up her arm with a matching Serpenti yellow gold ring with a peridot.

Zhou Xun chose to be decked out in Chanel and wore an outift from the Chanel 2010 SS collection with a Chanel clutch.
She also wore "Camélia brodé" earrings and a "Dentelle de Camélia" cuff, both in 18-karat white gold and diamonds by Chanel Fine Jewellery.

Jury member Emmanuelle Devos wore "Collerette" earrings in 18-karat white gold and black and white diamonds, as well as a "Plume" watch in 18-karat white gold and diamonds by CHANEL Fine Jewellery.

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