A perfect gown to showcase her youthful glow and girly side. Also, a way for her to incorporate the mint green trend for this season
Another choice that is a sure fire winner to please both the fashion crowd and the public, which is really what most actresses try to do when hitting the red carpet. However, it's not a safe choice at all.
We know Diane can do sweet, elegant, and refined. We also know Diane can do sex pot and avant-garde. This gown is the perfect marriage between these two. Now she just needs to get her hands on it before Angelina does and makes them change it to black!
Chic and elegant with an over the top twist. A perfect nod to her upcoming role as Marie Antoinette.
This gown on her would just scream "Film Goddess". It harkens back to the days of old Hollywood without being too literal and the metal bow adds a modern touch.
It's not often we see Diane in super bold prints. This gown would be a nice palate cleanser from all the sugar sweet gowns that I had previously picked.
Perfect choice for a daytime event or premiere. It has a formal feeling without being stuffy.
Another short dress for Diane to show off those million dollar legs.
I'm obsessed with Alexandre Vauthier and this was my favorite dress in the collection. Perfect for the opening or closing ceremonies. Doesn't it look like the model is walking on a cloud? If I to pick only one dress to have her wear while in Cannes, it would hands down be this one.
Another modern day screen siren look. Diane doesn't do cleavage often but this would be a refined way to do it and to incorporate a killer necklace!
At this point Diane is as much a part of the House of Chanel as gold chains or cap toe pumps. This is another graphic response to the more girly gowns. Also, think of how this would float in the always present southern French breeze!
This is what I think of when I think of Chanel and Diane; classic, refined, with a modern edge and twist. It's a classic silhouette done in a far from classic way.