Hollywood has descended on the Riviera for the
It's all about the jewels at Cannes, where Swiss jeweler Chopard has been an official sponsor for 17 years. And in honor of the festival's 67 years, Chopard has created 67 one-of-a-kind high jewelry pieces that are being worn by celebrities during the festival's almost two-week run.
The sparkle parade started Wednesday night, with the star-studded opening ceremony and premiere of Olivier Dahan's film "Grace of Monaco."
Model Karlie Kloss failed to impress with a lace
Statement earrings were a big trend on opening night, and so was chic simplicity. Kendall Jenner stunned in a black
The festival continues through May 25. And if last year's event was dominated by Dior and its seaside Cruise show overlooking the Mediterranean, this year's seems poised to be dominated by Louis Vuitton, also a crown jewel in the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy luxury conglomerate.
Vuitton's new creative director, Nicolas Ghesquiere, dressed French actress Adele Exarchopoulos for the opening ceremony in a custom white wool crepe and black leather Louis Vuitton gown that borrowed design elements from his fall 2014 ready-to-wear runway collection.
Over the weekend, Ghesquiere will divert attention from film to fashion by hosting the first Vuitton Cruise collection runway show just up the Cote D'Azur in Monaco, playing up the brand's historic relationship to travel and the principality. The show is to be held on "the Rock" in Palace Square, which is known for its famous changing of the Carabinieri guard and for being the home of Monaco's ruling Grimaldi clan.