Some more high heels from the 2015 Cannes Film Festival

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The 2015 Cannes Film Festival made the news for more than just movies. Despite Flatgate, most celebrities still continued to wear amazing high heels.

So we have another selection of celebrities in high heels at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival up. The first part is right here.

We begin with Emma Miller. She attended the Macbeth screening in a long purple dress with a generous slit at the front showing off her legs. They were propped up on a pair of nude colored glitering ankle strapped high heels.

Emma Miller in high heels

Sienna Miller showed up at the Carol premiere wearing a long black dress which she had paired with sky high platforms with chunky heels with a bit of a mod look.

Sienna Miller in high heels

Cannes also hosts a lot of parties. Nina Agdal went to one in a more casual look with short pants and black top. Her high heels were far from casual though, they were black lace-up ankle booties.

Nina Agdal in high heels

Natalie Portman turned quite a few heads at the Tale of Love and Darkness photocall. Her stylish look was accented by a pair of black high heels with double ankle straps.

Natalie Portman in high heels

Sophie Marceau showed up at the Mountains May Depart premiere in a long colorful sparkling dress. It was well fitted and reaching all the way down to the floor despite Sophie wearing a pair of shiny black ankle strapped high heels.

Sophie Marceau in high heels

Sara Sampaio left quite the impression at the Youth premire during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. She came wearing a stylish long blue dress that was paired with equally stylish ankle strapped high heels with a small platform.

Sara Sampaio in high heels

Joan Smalls was another celebrity that wowed at the Youth premiere. She was looking stunning in a long white dress and a pair of nude colored cut out booties.

Joan Smalls in high heels

Here we have Chanel Iman not at a premiere in Cannes, but simply out and about. Now that is an outfit for a walk around the city, isn’t it? Great stuff. Once again, the black ankle strapped high heels seemed the top favorite of the celebs.

Chanel Iman in high heels

We also liked Uma Thurman at the Soiree Chopard Gold Party. Uma was wearing a stylish filver dress paried with black high heels of medium height and double straps at the toes.

Uma Thurman in high heels

Eva Longoria traveled to Cannes with quite a few cases as she showed on Instagram. In them were lots of dresses and high heels for her various appereances. Amongst them were these stunning lace-up…boots or heels? What ever, they were looking quite good.

Eva Longoria in boots

Another atendee at the Soiree Chopard Gold Party was Irina Shayk. Her outfit was a mix of stylish and casual completed by a pair of nude colored ankle strapped high heels.

Irina Shayk in high heels

Kimberley Garner put Cannes on notice when she arrived in the city wearing a sheer white dress with chunky high heeled platforms and decided to take a few pictures. A lot of people will remember that for a very long time.

Kimberley Garner in high heels

Salma Hayek was looking stylish and hot at the Kering Women in Motion Initiatives talk. Her outfit was completed by a pair of burgundy platform high heels.

Salma Hayek in high heels

Julianne Moore attended the Mad Max premiere in a long suede red dress. She had also chosen an appropriate pair of red suede platfomr high heels to match the lovely dress.

Julianne Moore in high heels

Charlize Theron was looking very good at the Mad Max premiere, too. She had cleverly matched her busy dress with a pair of plain ankle strapped high heels.

Charlize Theron in high heels

Those are the celebs in high heels at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival that we liked the most. Stay tuned for more from the world of Glamorous heels.

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