The show, titled “Worth It,” will be broadcast live from the beach of the Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez between May 8 and 14.
“I love a show that feels cohesive,” said Banks, who sat front row next to Julianne Moore.
The actress learned American Sign Language to communicate with the project’s deaf costars.
Guests included Cate Blanchett, Julianne Moore, Ruth Negga, Alicia Vikander and Will Smith, who performed with his son Jaden.
The AD editor hosted a party at the Public Hotel on Wednesday night to celebrate the magazine’s September style issue.
Colin Firth will hand over the prize on Sept. 1 in Venice during the city’s international film festival.
The Oscar-winning actress talks to WWD about the experience of making “Wonderstruck,” taking direction from George Clooney, and being a bookworm.
The museum survey was celebrated the evening following a blizzard, attended by Julianne Moore, Zosia Mamet and more.
Lena Dunham, Michael Kors and Karolína Kurková were among the invited guests at The Carlyle hotel soirée on Feb. 7.
Ralph Lauren closed down a block of Madison Avenue for its spring show.