Emily Blunt looked colorful in a Peter Pilotto dress at the premiere of her new film “Sicario” at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday. The 32-year-old actress looked fresh as she promoted her new film even after partying the night away with Siena Miller on Monday. This marks the first time that Blunt has appeared at the film festival. Previous years have seen her attending some of the industry’s most glamorous parties on the French Riviera, but not making official appearances at the festival.
The “Devil Wears Prada” actress looked elegant in the long-sleeved number, which featured panels of multicolored embellishment. The dress had colorful squares, snaking squiggly lines and metallic embellishments that recalled a futuristic board game. It belongs to the label’s fall 2015 ready-to-wear collection, according to Hello. The collection comprises rainy-day classics like Chutes and Ladders, Connect Four, and Ludo. The dress had a simple silhouette with a pencil shape. It also gave a nod to 1970s style with a collar.
Blunt completed the look with a pair of suede green strappy sandals by Jimmy Choo, and wore no jewelry save for her dazzling rings. Her long blonde bob was styled in tousled beachy waves with a side parting. The actress added a touch of evening glamour to her daytime look with a hint of statement red lips. Blunt was one of the first celebrities to publicly criticize the festival’s apparent rule that requires women to wear heels on the red carpet.
The British beauty, who is married to fellow actor John Krasinski, wowed fans this year with her effortlessly chic style. At the Calvin Klein party, she joined Miller and turned heads in an elegant cream-colored dress. The dress featured a halter-neck straps and a plunging neckline. Her glossy locks were worn back in a poker straight style, tucked behind her ears to show off her dazzling pair of sparkling earrings. She was not accompanied by Krasinski, star of “The Office.” The star-studded evening included the likes of Rachel Weisz and Melanie Laurent.
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