A windy night in Paris created a dramatic moment on the red carpet, as both stars made a dramatic statement with their dresses blowing in the wind behind them! What did you think of the windy situation?
From one major premiere after another, we can’t get enough of all the glam gowns on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival — and the glamour looked even more grand as the wind fluffed up the dresses, sending trains trailing behind the stars and allowing them to really show off their legs in a dramatic way! Both Jessica Chastain and Cheryl Cole fell victim to the strong gusts of wind, but the result was actually breathtaking — and it created the perfect photo op!
Jessica Chastain — Cannes Film Festival Dress Blows Up In The Wind:
Jessica looked lovely as she stepped out in an ethereal Elie Saab gown. Her asymmetrical couture creation from the Spring 2014 collection was made of silk, and the ensemble billowed in the wind as Jessica flashed a little more leg than she might have planned to show due to the weather. The lavender color looked gorgeous against the star’s complexion — and even though the dress kept blowing all around her she looked stunning! She polished off her stunning red carpet moment with a pair of Roger Vivier sandals.
Cheryl Cole’s Cannes Film Festival Dress:
While Jessica went for a soft shade, Cheryl stepped out in a black strapless ensemble from Monique Lhuillier‘s Fall 2014 collection. Her black lurex jacquard gown featured a rise and fall hemline, which really got caught up in the wind and wound up flowing behind her — now that’s one way to make a statement! Cheryl wore her hair back, (and luckily it didn’t get mixed up in the wind!), and completed her ensemble with black, ankle-strap pumps and de Grisogono jewelry.
While we’re sure the stars weren’t thrilled that they had to deal with the windy evening, they handled themselves like pros on the red carpet — and they both looked amazing! What do you think? Was the gusty weather ruin their red carpet looks or did they make them standout more than ever?