Cannes Film Festival 2016 - See all the stars and their outfits on the red carpet and at premieres, parties and photocalls in France
Each year, a handful of the world’s most glamorous stars decend on the South of France to attend the Cannes Film Festival.
The annual celebration that is the Cannes Film Festival sees the VIP guests step out at premieres of new movies and mingle with one another at some of the most glittering parties, as well as getting a head’s up on any potential Oscar leads ahead of next year.
This star-studded Cannes Film Festival 2016 will see a raft of new films and stars vie for the coveted Palme d’Or award which is presented to the winners at the close of the Festival.
This year’s event will be kicked off with a photocall for jurors, which this year includes Australian director of Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller.
Woody Allen’s new film Café Society starring Kristen Stewart and Blake Lively will also open the event.
Keep reading to see all the action – and sensational daytime and evening fashion looks – from the Cannes Film Festival 2016, both on and off the red carpet.
First up, Kirsten Dunst attending the Cannes Film Festival’s Palme D’Or Award and closing ceremony in this incredible blush Valentino creation.
Elle Fanning stepped out to attend the Neon Demon film premiere in this beautiful sheer Zuhair Murad bandeau gown.
Clemence Poesy went for this fun frilly Chanel dress to attend the Film Festival’s Palme D’Or Award and closing ceremony.
Charlize Theron changed things up for her turn on the red carpet in this sleek suit look.
Kirsten Dunst proved yellow is back on the fashion map in this ultra-glamorous frill-front creation to attend the Neon Demon film premiere.
Elle Fanning’s monochrome tiered look caught our eye for all the right reasons at the Neon Demon photocall.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed off that enviable supermodel bod in this incredible Alexandre Vauthier creation to attend The Unknown Girl film premiere.
Bella Hadid was another celeb who went for maximum impact in this silky split-front gown, also by designer Alexandre Vauthier, to attend The Unknown Girl film premiere.
Jourdan Dunn made the most of her time in Cannes, slipping into this fun full-skirted ball gown to attend The Unknown Girl film premiere.
Chanel Iman went for this two-tone bandeau gown by Ralph & Russo to attend the L’Oreal Paris Blue Obsession party in Cannes.
Alessandra was a vision in white in this Michael Kors Collection number, spotted on the red carpet at The Unknown Girl film premiere.
Eva Herzigova was another fan of the white red carpet look, choosing this 50s-inspired frock for her turn on the Cannes red carpet.
Vanessa Paradis kept things chic in this sheer column-style dress ahead of The Unknown Girl film premiere in Cannes.
Jessica Hart went for this fun printed mini to attend the L’Oreal Paris Blue Obsession party in Cannes.
Karlie Kloss continued her style marathon in this plunging creation, seen ahead of the L’Oreal Paris Blue Obsession party in Cannes.
Kristen went for this fun white mini to attend the Personal Shopper film premiere, adding extra edge to her look with a Messika ear cuff and some striking eye make-up.
Karlie Kloss went for maximum impact for her turn on the red carpet, slipping into this metallic frock, complete with matching bow hairband to attend the Julieta premiere.
Kim Kardashian dazzled at the Di Grisogono party in Yan Lu Couture.
Lara Stone offset her beautiful embellished gown with a super-size bow and a toussled updo, spotted on the red carpet ahead of the Julieta film premiere.
Bella Hadid broke the red carpet dress rules, stepping out in this cool tailored look to attend
Adriana Lima kept things chic in monochrome to attend the Julieta film premiere.
Toni Garn went for a 90s-inspired gown for her turn on the red carpet at the Di Grisogono party.
Natasha Poly braved the ball gown with winning results, seen on the red carpet ahead of the Julieta film premiere.
Think cutout gowns don’t belong on the red carpet? Think again. Chanel Iman chose a gold tone creation, complete with thigh split to attend the Di Grisogono party.
Kate Moss looked every inch the supermodel in this incredible vintage Halston one shoulder gown at the Loving film premiere.
Kendall Jenner changed-up her look that’s so far consisted of black floor-grazing gowns during her weekend at Cannes, instead opting for this fun feather creation by Elie Saab.
Lottie Moss joined her supermodel sister attending the Chopard Wild Party in Cannes, wearing this dazzling fringed dress by Balmain.
Kirsten Dunst channeled old school glamour on the Loving film premiere red carpet in this beautiful white embroidered gown.
Lucky Blue Smith wore a navy blue Saint Laurent suit for his Cannes red carpet.
Poppy Delevingne looked every inch the stylish supermodel ahead of the star-studded Chopard Wild Party in this daring Roberto Cavalli metallic dress.
Mischa Barton opted for a standout printed creation for her turn on the Chopard Wild Party red carpet.
Kate Hudson looked lovely in lilac ahead of the Harmonist party in Cannes.
Adriana Lima wowed the crowds in this monochrome split-front number, spotted ahead of the Chopard Wild Party.
Mischa Barton continued to impress in the style stakes in this ultra-glam black gown.
Kendall Jenner was the ultimate glamazon in this black sheer Roberto Cavalli gown.
Blake Lively looked every bit the Hollywood starlet ahead of the Slack Bay premiere in this dazzling powder blue gown.
Riley Keough broke all the red carpet rules in this incredible Gucci gown.
Kristen Stewart kept things chic to attend the American Honey film premiere in this sleek black look, complete with Oliver Peoples for The Row sunglasses.
For her turn on the red carpet to attend the Mal de Pierres premiere, Vanessa Paradis wowed the Cannes crowds in is sheer plunging creation.
Cheryl went for a power print to attend the Slack Bay premiere, opting for this bandeau number from Naeem Khan.
Blake Lively swapped her incredible gown in favour of this chic white mini dress to attend The Shallows film photocall in Cannes.
Lily Rose Depp made a number of stylish appearances during Cannes Film Festival 2016, and this cool crop top look might just be our favourite.
Kirsten Dunst went for this high-neck, split-front creation to attend the Kering Women in Motion President’s Dinner in Cannes.
Marion Cotillard quite literally dazzled in this Christian Dior Couture gown, seen attending The Land Of The Moon premiere.
Blake Lively stepped out in this daring blue one shoulder creation by Atelier Versace and finished the look with some sky high Christian Louboutins.
Salma Hayek and Freida Pinto pose together during the Kering Women in Motion President’s Dinner in Cannes, 2016.
Salma Hayek stepped out to attend the Kering Women in Motion President’s Dinner in this ultra-chic tiered gown, finishing the look with some serious sparkle, a satin box clutch and a messy updo.
Eva Longoria ditched the red carpet LBD in favour of this pastel pink split-front creation to attend the Global Gift Gala, Cannes 2016.
There’s nothing boring about this fuchsia column gown from Pixie Lott. Top marks for the statement hairdo, too.
Amal Clooney in this dazzling yellow Atelier Versace gown, seen treading the red carpet ahead of the Money Monster premiere.
Jessica Chastain wowed the crowds at the Money Monster film premiere in this beautiful embellished gown by Alexander McQueen, finishing the look with some towering Brian Atwood heels and Piaget jewels.
Cheryl stepped out to attend the Chopard Trophee presentation wearing this ultra-glam Zuhair Murad sequin jumpsuit. The Brit beauty offset her glitzy look with a super-sleek blow dry and studded box clutch bag.
Julia Roberts flashed a bit of shoulder in this incredibly beautiful black Armani Prive gown, completing the look with some rather incredible Chopard jewels.
Kendall Jenner showed off her golden Cannes tan in the chicest way possible, opting for this daring Versace gown to attend the Cannes Magnum party.
Naomi Watts worked the chic slip dress, seen stepping out on the red carpet in this stone Michael Kors Collection gown and Guiseppe Zanotti heels.
Eva Longoria went for a classic red carpet look to attend the Money Monster film premiere in Cannes, opting for this Pamella Roland gown and Guiseppe Zanotti heels.
Blake Lively was a vision in yellow, spotted out and about during Cannes Film Festival, 2016.
Julianne Moore kept things chic and monochrome in this Louis Vuitton sliced-hem frock, complete with dazzlingChopard jewels.
Bella Hadid wore a stunning nude embellished gown for her Cannes debut, paired with Stuart Weitzman shoes.
Kristen Stewart attended the premiere of Woody Allen’s latest film, Café Society, where she co-stars with Jesse Eisenberg and Blake Lively.
Blake Lively also wore a naked gown of her own, in this fitted nude coloured Preen ensemble, with see-through cut outs.
Kristen’s typically edgy take on fashion was on full display, as she wore a sheer black blouse and blue patterned skirt.
Blake was also in attendance for the premiere of Café Society, where she wore Preen and joined co-starsJesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart.
Susan Sarandon wore a chic Saint Laurent suit.
L’Oreal ambassador Doutzen Kroes stunned in a plunging black flowing gown.
Anna Kendrick gave us serious ‘Michelle Williams at the Oscars’ vibes with her mustard yellow gown.
Jury member Vanessa Paradis also gave menswear-inspired tailoring a try, in her simple black suit with pussy bow tie.
Thai actress, Chompoo Araya A. Hargate stole the show in a awe-inspiring blush gown, structured to look like a cascading waterfall against the red carpet. J’adore.
Kirsten and Vanessa make up two members of the festival’s jury panel this year, who will have the honour of handing out the prestigious Palme d’Or at the end of the two week event.
Vanessa looked incredible in a white lace gown with pink and yellow undertones.
Julianne Moore took a more muted view to the red carpet, wearing a black Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown with cobra embellished details.
Jessica Chastain also popped on the red carpet, going for a lemon yellow Giorgio Armani Privé gown, with fitted bodice to boot.
At the jury member’s photocall, Vanessa Paradis wore a summery dress that evoked the sunny seaside of Cannes.
Anna Kendrick wore a printed dress to the premiere of family-friendly film, Trolls.
Kirsten Dunst paired her yellow ensemble with a bright red lip for full glam effect.
Trolls co-stars Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake also attended the premiere of Café Society, with Justin performing his date duties with aplomb in a fitted black suit.
Naomi Watts wore a pale lilac strapless column gown by Giorgio Armani Privé., which was covered in metal embellishments.
Kristen Stewart and co-star Jesse Eisenberg pose on the red carpet for the Café Society premiere.
L’Oreal ambassador Eva Longoria wore a fitted white gown, with an embellished top and skimming white tails.
Lily Donaldson went for simple chic on the red carpet, wearing a strappy black gown.
The Can’t Stop The Feeling! singer, Justin Timberlake made an appearance at Cannes, alongside co-star Anna for the French premiere of their latest film, Trolls.
The stunning 28-year-old actress stepped out in this daring red jumpsuit, complete with silky neck scarf from Juan Carlos Abando to attend the ‘Cafe Society’ photocall.
Kristen Stewart kept things chic and white for her turn on the Cannes red carpet, opting for this Chanel pencil skirt, matching white crop top, printed heels and a freshly chopped bob to attend the ‘Cafe Society’ photocall.
Jane Birkin wore a menswear-inspired ensemble from Saint Laurent.