Jewels from day two of the Cannes Film Festival

The hottest rocks and sexiest frocks on the red carpet of day two of the Cannes Film Festival.

  • At the Cannes 2017 Magnum Party last night, actress and model Cara Delevingne smouldered in an edgy de GRISOGONO Allegra necklace in white gold and black leather, set with white diamonds, which she wore with de GRISOGONO rings in a similar two tone style.
  • Model Adriana Lima, renowned as a Victoria’s Secret Angel, wore a white sweetheart dress  - which nearly caused a wardrobe malfunction - at the premiere of Loveless at Cannes, and chose a high voltage diamond bib by Chopard.
  • Dressed in an elegant black and white Gyunel gown, Chinese Malaysian Actress Michelle Yeoh selected a stunning necklace from Chopard’s 2017 Red Carpet Collection, in 18ct white gold and titanium featuring a black opal, spinels, sapphires, diamonds, opals, tsavorites and amethysts.
  • Daisy Lowe dazzled in De Beers at the Moschino Party at the Cannes Film Festival 2017, with an incredible 41.55 carats of diamonds encircling her neck, set off with a diamond and white gold ring. 
  • Deepika Padukone, the sultry Indian actress, dazzled in a dark green Brandon Maxwell gown with a thigh-high split complemented with de GRISOGONO white gold diamond earrings and a high jewellery bracelet in white gold set with diamonds and emeralds.
  • Emily Ratajkowski in high jewellery Bulgari necklace
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  • Caroline Scheufele Cannes 2017 in Chopard emerald high jewellery choker

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