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What to Pack for Cannes

Celebs reveal their must-haves.



Emma de Caunes, actress, going for the Madame Aime concert.
Packing:
“Aspirin, Stella McCartney faux leather heels and an alarm clock so I don’t miss any appointments.”

Delphine Chanéac, actress, going for fun.
Packing:
“A good moisturizer, high heels and plasters for sore feet after walking around all day.”
Pros: “One thing I love is to borrow a dress and go to a premiere with a lot of stars and you feel like a little girl in a big shop.”
Cons: “The people who just don’t care, who will actually walk on your face. There’s no reason, but people push. I don’t understand the craziness.”

Virgine Ledoyen, actress, going for her role in “L’Armée du Crime” (“The Army of Crime”).
Packing:
“My phone. As long as I have it I don’t need anything else.”
Pros: “The thing I love is the chance to see movies from everywhere in the world.”
Cons: “The thing I don’t like is the excess. The show takes over from the movies.”

Jean-Pierre Jeunet, director, going for films.
Packing:
“A cache of aspirin, my mobile phone because without your phone you’re a lost cause down there, and a raincoat. I’ve gone through festivals with clothes soaked completely through, which didn’t even dry any more. You absolutely need a raincoat.”

Emmanuelle Devos, actress, going for “Les Herbes Folles” (“Wild Grass”).
Packing:
“Relaxing bath salts, a massage therapist and a good hairdresser. All that in your bag!”

 

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