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There’s so much hot red carpet style to get through for the Cannes Film Festival that we’ll be doing our regular celeb style features a bit differently for the next 12 days. But, we think you’ll love it, as each post will be jam-packed with one jaw-droppingly-glamorous A-lister after the other. Everyone’s a winner!

Akin to our Twitter predictions, Diane Kruger and Freida Pinto dressed the part and blew everyone away with their sartorial choices not once – but twice! Diane wowed us with a sexy Versus number also seen on Jessica Alba on the front cover of the latest Marie Claire US, and a pale turquoise Giambattista Valli grecian-inspired gown.

Freida Pinto also went for elegant as well as sexy, as she rocked up in a glamorous pastel pink Michael Angel gown, and then vamped it up with a daring, sheer Versace number with a very high slit.

Our ultimate best dressed goes to Eva Longoria. Because Eva is naturally gorgeous, we regularly see her making less of an effort on the red carpet because her beauty alone is enough to stun the crowds. However, her Marchesa gown was on a whole new level yesterday. Any outfit that renders us speechless has got to deserve some sort of prize, right?

We bet Kristen Stewart wasn’t too thrilled with Eva’s decision though, as the sheer black Marchesa number she wore to the Snow White and the Huntsman premiere in London a few days ago will be nothing but a distant memory. Sorry, K-Stew.

The sexy Alberta Ferretti dress Ms Longoria changed into also went down very well at MFL HQ too.

The beautiful Lana Del Rey in Alberta Ferretti and the ever-stylish Tilda Swinton in Haider Ackermann were also among our faves.

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