"Seeking shoppers in Westwood Village"
"Presidential romantics"

You're so mean

Selected snarks from the LA Times review of what women were wearing at Cannes.

--Julianne Moore got rave reviews for her performance in "Blindness," the festival's opening film. But not for her Christian Lacroix couture gown with crazed feathered ravens perched on her shoulders.

--If only she'd worn clothes like this on "Lipstick Jungle," it might not have flopped so fast.

--Talk about an "X-Files" mystery. Why is Gillian Anderson wearing a wrinkled bedsheet to the "Blindness" opening night party?

--Director Steven Spielberg sticks close to his wife, Kate Capshaw, who wears an unfortunate blond Katie Holmes-like bob and a silvery blue satin gown. Sadly, Kate's film career was done in by "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom."

--Because I know you just can't get enough of Star Jones, here's the final shot of her at Cannes, wearing a blue floral print halter gown and pretending to be a celebrity.