Thursday, May 12, 2011

Look Of The Day: Rachel McAdams at Cannes 2011

Rachel McAdams attends the photocall for Midnight In Paris at the Cannes Film Festival wearing Maxime Simoens Couture Rachel McAdams wears a nude and red lace Marchesa gown to the Cannes 2011 opening ceremony
Rachel McAdams promotes her new Woody Allen movie Midnight in Paris during the 64th Cannes Film Festival
Cannes Film Festival has begun! And the stars have already been showing off some amazing style. Actress Rachel McAdams was snapped wearing two lovely designs yesterday. First she wore a white Maxime Simoens Couture cocktail dress with nude Ferragamo pumps to the photo call for her new movie Midnight In Paris. Love the flowers seen at the pockets and lining the shoulders. It looks like she also lightened her locks to a buttery color and swiped on some hot pink lipsticks for a beauty change. Rachel's next dress is much more dramatic and stunning for the festival's opening ceremony celebration. Her nude and red lace Marchesa gown is beautiful! (Check out that train!) Paired with classic Casadei heels and Bulgari jewelry she channels a retro siren. I am seriously in love with whole look - she looks like classic Hollywood glamour - something that we haven't seen a lot of lately - or as Katie from Anything Lovely told me "It's the first WOW red carpet look in a long time". Katie, I couldn't agree more! Here is a close up of her hair and makeup:
Rachel McAdams' hair and makeup at Opening Ceremony of the 64th Cannes Film Festival
so beautiful!

images via People


  1. I love the white dress but the Marchesa dress, it would be lovely without the train and the frill arms. Designers seem to be ruining simple looks with too many frills lately.

  2. First off, I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE BACK!! Second, sigh. She looks absolutely stunning. I love the Marchesa and can appreciate OhSoSmitho's comment above, but I'm just too happy that a designer actually used some creativity and took a risk and developed a look that is finally unlike anything we've seen in the recent past. The red carpet is innovative, finally!


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