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Cannes-do fashion: Stars have a haute good time in Dior on red carpet at film festival

Cannes-do fashion: Stars have a haute good time in Dior at film fest

Jodie Foster in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Jodie Foster , who directed Money Monster, wore a Dior blue silk crepe dress at the Cannes Film Festival. Getty Images for Dior
Kirsten Dunst in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Kirsten Dunst channeled Grace Kelly in a DIor Haute Couture yellow dress with metal belt and retro basket bag. Getty Images for Dior
Yao Xin in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Chinese actress Yao Xin wore an embroidered light blue and black jacquard Dior Haute Couture silk dress with Dior shoes and clutch Dior. Getty Images for Dior
Celine Sallett in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
French actress Celine Sallette wore a printed green, white and black silk faille Dior Haute Couture coat and Bois de Rose earrings by Dior Fine Jewelry. Getty Images for Dior
Liu Yifel in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Chinese acress Liu Yifei wore a Dior Haue Couture strapless dress embroidered with pink wool and Dior shoes and clutch. Getty Images for Dior
Jodie Foster in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Kirsten Dunst in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Yao Xin in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Celine Sallett in Dior at Cannes Film Festival
Liu Yifel in Dior at Cannes Film Festival

Right now, the center of the film and fashion universe is in the south of France at the Cannes Film Festival, where just about every star imaginable is touting a film while wearing designer looks that capture worldwide attention.

Dior, arguably the premier French fashion house, is having a big red carpet presence at the 69th edition of the festival, with such stars as Jodie Foster and Kirsten Dunst showcasing looks at Cannes. Dior, which recently opened a lavish boutique in Houston's River Oaks District, also used the festival and its surrounding attention to celebrate the opening of a new three-level store in Cannes designed by architect Peter Marino.

Offering women's and men's leathergoods, timepiecs, jewelry, ready-to-wear and footwear collections, the Cannes boutique’s gray and white color scheme and neo-Louis XVI medallion-back chairs pay homage to the historic flagship store in Paris at 30 Avenue Montaigne.