Weekend at Cannes

With so chances to take to red carpet stars such as Berenice Bejo and Jessica Chastain dazzle in differernt outfits and jewels at Cannes Film Festival.


Unlike the Oscars, the other high profile red carpet event of the movie industry, the Cannes Film Festival takes place over two weeks giving stars plenty of opportunities to appear not once but several times in different outfits and jewels before the world as media attention is focussed on the activities going at La Croisette.

At the Premiere of Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted on May 18th, 2012 Jessica Chastain, the American actress was wearing a Chopard platinum ring set with one emerald cut diamond and a pair of 18ct white and rose gold earrings set with diamonds. She was also spotted wearing long yellow gold earrings with diamonds and very original, a platinum earring in her hair.

Naomi Watts, the British actress, was was also in Chopard jewels wearing a platinum necklace set with diamonds (56.51ct) and a pair of 18ct white gold earrings set with diamonds and brilliants.

The following day at the Premiere of Lawless by John Hillcoat on May 19th, 2012 Bérénice Béjo,the French actress, was wearing a pair of Chopard white gold earrings set with diamonds and a white gold ring set with an emerald-cut diamond (12ct) and diamonds.

 Bulgari was the choice for Kelly Brook to adorn her white clean cut dresss while Hofit Golan dazzled in Avakian jewels on two separate occasions. As did Eva Nomcova was spotted in Bulgari jewels and also Avakian - clearly she likes to ring the changes. Yao Xingtong went for classic Bulgari as did Laura Weissbecker with a simple Bulgari ring. But for my daily prize of most chic jewellery wearer, Kelly Brook in the Bulgari Serpenti bracelet is the winner

Editor's Pick

If you enjoyed what you just read...

...we have a small favour to ask. We are an independent online magazine and we are very proud of the quality of our content, all of which we generate from our small office in Oxfordshire, UK. A contribution from you will enable us to maintain our independence and continue to share our passion for this world that we all love. As you are probably aware, advertising revenue across all media is falling fast, but we still want to keep our articles accessible to all. If everyone who reads this helps a little, we won’t have to ask for a subscription and will be able to keep doing what we do best, which we hope you appreciate.

Terms and conditions




We use our own and third party cookies to improve your experience and our services. If you continue, we consider that you accept their use. You can get more information on your website at cookies policy.