Nicole Kidman donned the original Oscars gown designed for Anne Hathaway at Cannes Film Festival.
The lady epitomized elegance last Thursday at the Nebraska premiere as she sported the ivory hued Valentino Haute Couture dress that was originally designed for Anne Hathaway for the Academy Awards in February.
The Les Miserables star had chosen for herself the floor length gown for the awards but had, eventually, changed her mind to sport the pink silk dress from Prada to take her award in the genre of the best supporting actress.
Prior to the Oscars, Valentino had made public that Anne would sport the ivory lace dress at the event. The actress had to make an apologetic statement where she had to mention that she had discovered that a similar dress would be sported to the event by some other person.
The gown, having intricate detailing done with flower shapes, eventually had the spotlight on it, and had managed to earn Nicole the title of the best dressed woman as she walked the red carpet at the grand festival, with Life of Pi director Ang Lee.
Nicole Kidman accessorized her exclusive ivory high necked gown with drop down earrings along with a low chignon. Her look resembled that of Grace Kelly, the late Monaco princess that the actress had portrayed in the upcoming biopic in the previous year.