Cannes 2018 International Film Festival

Cate Blanchett, Pierce Brosnan and Elena Radonicich
Margaret GardinerMay 23, 2018

An interesting mix of different in the final days of Cannes.

Doha Film, Tatiana Navka and Guest
Margaret GardinerMay 21, 2018

Do we come to fashion because of the names and faces or for the art and spectacle? As the rest of the world took their place on the famous stairs...

POster of the 21st Cannes Film festival
Ana Maria BahianaMay 19, 2018

The 21st Cannes Film festival began like any other, on May 10th, 1968. The opening film was a freshly restored version of Gone with the Wind,...

Jiang Mengiie, Protesters and authors at Cannes 2018
Margaret GardinerMay 18, 2018

Cannes was light on mega-stars this year but made up for it with diversity and the use of the red carpet for protests. Hair and showing everything...

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Emilia Clarke, Jennifer Connelly and Donald Glover with Thandie Newton
Margaret GardinerMay 16, 2018

As we pass the Cannes mid-way point the only clear trend is: hair is making a statement. And men are predictable though sometimes surprising. Also...

Kristen Stewart, Spike Lee and Chris Tucker
Margaret GardinerMay 15, 2018

Fashion is fun and fantasy, and some of the fantasy is that many of the looks we embrace hold a different standard for men and women. Not only...

Diane Kruger, Behnaz Jafari and Isabelle Huppert
Margaret GardinerMay 14, 2018

So much for the early theme of capes – before they could solidify as a trend they disappeared. Today it poured at Cannes. The wind howled. There...

Fan Bingbing, Marion Cotillard, Jessica Chastain, Penelope Cruz and Lupita Nyong'o in Cannes 2018
Ana Maria BahianaMay 11, 2018

Almost halfway there, Cannes 2018 has a mild, steady vibe. Women may be minority on the competition slate but, from juries to new projects, they...

Protest during the screening of the film "Leto" at Cannes 2018
Ana Maria BahianaMay 9, 2018

Day two: the weather held, Critics' Week began, and a political statement erupted on the red carpet around the Russian film Leto. A sidebar of...

Louise Bourgoin, Irinia Shayk and Julianne Moore
Margaret GardinerMay 9, 2018

Two days, two capes? Could it be the superhero effect? Up-dos dominate. Asymmetry emerges and men kinda, play it safe.