2014 Cannes Film Festival: Look Back At Every Glorious Gown On The Red Carpet

By Jessica Vince - 26 November 2014

Digital Editor

So that's it folks. The TWELVE day frock-a-thon that is the Cannes Film Festival has sadly come to an end. You don't have to let go of Cannes just yet as you can re-live all of the fabulousness right here on Grazia Daily. We have pictures of every single glitzy gown to hit the red carpet. 

So who was the best dressed of the entire festival? it was a frock feast this year. Cannes newbie Kendall Jenner popped up in Chanel, Zoe Saldana treated us to a touch of Victoria Beckham and Chloe Grace Moretz did the Riviera thing in Chanel.

Blake Lively in Gucci Premiere [Getty]

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The festival was all about one lady: the gorgeous Blake Lively. The actress was the top of our best dressed list, THREE times. First up she hit the red carpet in a red swishy Gucci Premiere gown with a halter neck and thigh high slit. Next up she opted for the Chanel dress of our dreams, as she wore a heavily embellished seafoam ankle-length gown with a cinched in waist, with chiffon draped over her arms and cute embellished pockets. Finally she did the Old Hollywood thing at the premiere of Captive in a monochrome Gucci Premiere gown with a sweetheart neckline and full skirt. Plus, it matched perfectly with her Ryan Reynold's tux.

Cate Blanchett in Delpozo [Getty]

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Cate Blanchett didn't let Blake take all the glory on the red carpet. She worked feathers this year, opting for a Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci gown with feathered bodice and invisible panels at the back. She always does the unexpected, such as when she wore Chopard shrimp (as in the seafood) earrings with her dove grey lace and silk Valentino gown. But it wasn't all about the floor-sweepers - her Delpozo crop top and navy capris were quite simply flawless. Cate's Cannes wardrobe was a triumph.

Look back at every single glorious gown from the Cannes red carpet in the gallery above...


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