Jewels from the 70th Cannes Film Festival party

The biggest gathering of Cannes celebrities took place last night as actors, directors and producers gathered to celebrate the festival’s 70th birthday.

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  • Member of the Jury Jessica Chastain has been giving sneak peeks of Piaget’s new high jewellery collection throughout the Cannes Film Festival and providing us with a daily dose of colour. These pretty Paper Flower earrings with Madagascan pink sapphires, rubies, emeralds and diamonds provided a lush contrast to her apricot satin Armani Privé gown.
  • One of the prettiest looks of the Cannes Film Festival so far, red-carpet favourite Uma Thurman wore a pair of pink spinel, pink sapphire and diamond earrings in the shape of oak leaves from Chaumet’s high jewellery collection La Nature de Chaumet, which launched last summer.
  • Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing, pictured alongside the actor Will Smith, paired her floaty, bubblegum-pink Louis Vuitton gown with some classic De Beers diamonds: Frost drop earrings and, peeking out from her beneath her oversized cuff, a finger-spanning ring from the Imaginary Nature collection. 
  • Nicole Kidman went for a very different look for her fourth red carpet appearance during the Cannes Film Festival 2017. She accessorised her heavily beaded, boho-inspired Armani Privé couture gown with a collection of vintage diamond jewels by Stephen Russell of New York. 
  • Naomi Campbell walked the red carpet in a slinky Atelier Versace gown with a delicate lace overlay looking every inch a supermodel. She added colour to her all-black ensemble with a Bulgari Serpenti high jewellery suite – a matching necklace, ring and earrings set with pear-cut aquamarines and diamonds. 
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  • Natasha Poly Cannes 2017 vintage Bulgari necklace
     

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