Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Tamara Al Gabbani's debut appearance at this year's Cannes Film Festival has impressively received an alarming amount of attention, both locally and globally (indeed, pleasing). 

As orchestrated by bougi founder, Rozan Ahmed, Tamara made her Cannes red carpet debut at Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief 'Japan Appeal', in association with Vogue Italia & Chopard.

Tamara & Nigerian football star, John Utaka 

The Tamaras (Gabbani and Beckwith)

Anna Dello Rosso...

Vogue Italia editor in-chief Franca Sozzani: pink link 

Tamara Al Gabbani & Rozan Ahmed, front row at Fashion For Relief, Cannes 2011

She arrived wearing a gorgeous number from her very own collection, to whom Anna Dello Rosso (amongst many more) commented on most positively. Anna also personally requested one of Tamara's Grecian inspired crowns.

Congratulations to our dear friends, Becki Fatemi, Naomi Campbell and all the team for what was an excellent 'Fashion For Relief' show and after-party.

Next, it was en route back to Cannes (from pit-stops in Monaco and the *amazing* Eze) for multi-award winning actor Sean Penn's 'Cinema For Peace' Honorary Charity Dinner, in association with Ella Krasner, Maybach, Giorgio Armani and Salus Alpha.

Cinema For Peace: Uma Thurman, Sean Penn & other coveted supporters 

Tamara & Roberta Armani

Leonardio DiCaprio, Uma Thurman, Rob Lowe, Harvey Weinstein, Robert De Niro, Roberta Armani and many more were out in full celebrity force to support the charitable works of Mr. Penn in disaster stricken Haiti

Tamara arrives at the amFAR benefit  

And finally, the Cannes finale, a pinnacle to all things this Film Festival 2011. Hotel du Cap. Eden Roc. With Madonna, Sharon Stone and every other music, fashion and Hollywood type you're quite likely to have heard of: amFAR. The 'Cinema Against Aids' Gala.

Rosario Dawson

The amFAR Gala: Simply set, magnificently lit

Rozan Ahmed & Michelle Rodriguez

For more images, it's best you visit (and like) our facebook page. With love, from Cannes X

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