In preparation for the 68th Cannes Film Festival, we have decided to get into the true spirit of the Croisette by looking back at some of our favorite looks from previous years! As we have already given you the full rundown of our L'Oréal Paris ambassadors most gorgeous gowns, we thought it was about time we checked out the Cannes style history of one fabulous ambassador in particular: Doutzen Kroes . Since 2007, the Dutch model has walked the famous Cannes steps as a L'Oréal Paris spokesperson and muse: ever the perfect red carpet siren. If like us you can't wait for the festivities to start on May 13, here is a selection of the most stunning Cannes looks from Doutzen Kroes to keep you occupied.
Doutzen Kroes, angelic beauty of the Croisette
It's no secret: this L'Oréal Paris ambassador has a thing for white, angelic red carpet looks, and has kept true to herself since first her first Cannes appearances. It comes as no surprise that she has walked the Croisette in white in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013! With her romantic blonde hair, her luminous complexion and bright blue eyes, this Victoria Secret angel really knows how to rock pale, floaty frocks. Never one to shy away from a show-stopper, Doutzen's red carpet style always contains a sexy twist, whether her dresses are backless or plunging, this flawless model knows how to turn heads on the red carpet.
Doutzen's Cannes beauty secrets
As for her Croisette beauty musts, Doutzen never forgets to put everything into her signature sexy blonde hair. At times tousled and wavy, at others smoothed for a sophisticated wet look, her hair is her ultimate asset on the red carpet to add Hollywood charm to any gown. With her makeup style, Doutzen loves to put all of the wow-factor on her eyes with sultry smoky shades and amplifying lashes, whilst keeping her lips natural and nude. The classic glamour look she paired with her white dress in 2013 is definitely one of our top favorites, especially with her smoothed, tucked-back locks and minimal accessories.
So what do you think: which classic Doutzen appearance at Cannes is your favorite?