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Jessica Chastain to Jennifer Lawrence, the Week’s Best & Worst Dressed (Photos)

Elizabeth Taylor’s sapphire and Jennifer Lawrence in Dior. Isabel Wilkinson on fashion’s highs and lows.

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Cannes brought out some wild ensembles. From the return of Elizabeth Taylor’s sapphire to Carey Mulligan, see fashion’s highs and lows of the week. By Isabel Wilkinson.

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Dita Von Teese

Best Dressed, Carpet Matches the Dress: The International Queen of Burlesque went all red in Elie Saab Couture at the Cannes premiere of Cleopatra on Tuesday. 

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Rachel Feinstein and Cindy Sherman

Best Dressed, Check Mates: We can’t tell if this was a coordinated gimmick or happy accident: artists Rachel Feinstein and Cindy Sherman showed up to MOMA’s Party in the Garden—both wearing a long checkered dress by Marc Jacobs. If it was a surprise, they certainly didn’t show it: the pair smiled for the cameras together.

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Carey Mulligan

Best Dressed, Winner of the Week: The toast of Cannes went uncontested to Mulligan, who attended the premiere of Inside Llewyn Davis in a black and white dress by Vionnet and Brian Atwood sandals.

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Rooney Mara

Best Dressed, in the Nude: Nude on nude on nude: Rooney Mara played it simple with a flesh-toned Calvin Klein frock at the brand’s Women in Film event in Cannes. 

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Jennifer Lawrence

Best Dressed, Power Peplum: The Oscar-winner went for a sleek black-and-white column dress by Christian Dior. She liked the dress so much that she wore it in a different color to a Hunger Games event later that same day. Best Dressed, Power Peplum: Jennifer Lawrence

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Jessica Chastain

Best Dressed, Channeling Liz: Jessica Chastain provided a blank canvas for her sapphire Bulgari necklace from the Elizabeth Taylor Collection—in the form of her simple, white Versace dress. “It was so thrilling to wear it, but I was overwhelmed, too,” she said of the necklace afterward. “It was a little scary. I was the first person to wear it since Elizabeth. I felt as if I was able to spend the day with her today by wearing the necklace.”

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Anita Kravos

Worst Dressed, Shlubbiest Person at Cannes: The actress looked like she was in her boyfriend’s jeans and shirt at a photo call for La Grande Bellezza—and her nonchalant pose didn’t help. 

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Paris Hilton

Worst Dressed, TBT to 2004: The celebutante, dripping in jewels, looked straight out of the Bling Ring trailer as she arrived at a de Grisogono event in Cannes on May 21. 

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Alyson Le Borges

Worst Dressed: The strings accessory of the evening appeared to be a (samurai sword? ancient scroll?) holding Alyson Le Borges’s dress together at the Blood Ties premiere at Cannes. 

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Jennifer Morrison

Worst Dressed, For Forgetting Her Slip: Jennifer Morrison showed the world her skivvies at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night. 

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Olga Sorokina

Worst Dressed, Olga Sorokina looked like a mixture between Dick Tracy and Céline Dion in this white ensemble at Cannes.

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Paz Vega

Worst Dressed, Scissor Happy: It looked like the actress had lost the lower half of her dress as she arrived at the premiere of Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian) on May 26.