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Cannes 2016: Dual-toned hair and mice rings — weird fashion choices on the red carpet

While film stars bring their sartorial A game on to the Cannes red carpet, there are some who will be remembered just for their sense of offbeat. Here are a few weird fashion choices from Cannes 2016.

Nay! TV personality Elena Lenina opted for a bright pink ensemble and decided to go sky-high with her lopsided heart-shaped hair in pink and golden. We would have called her queen of hearts, but we need the red! (Source: Reuters)

Two guests, two screenings and two quirky handbags. While one guest decided it would be fun to carry a crystal rooster in hand to the Julieta screening, while another took hand on purse very seriously in this interesting creation spotted on the red carpet for the screening of film Loving. (Source: Reuters)

Yay! Actress Rossy De Palma really had several statement pieces on her during a photo call for the film Julieta at Cannes. So, how many golden mice are these? (Source: Reuters)

Yay! From mice rings to spiky shoes, Rossy de Palma really wore some edgy pieces for the Julieta photocall. (Source: Reuters)

(from left) Cast member Sasha Lane, Director Andrea Arnold and actress Veronica Ezell pose during a photocall for the film American Honey in competition at the 69th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes. All three had some very interesting, and unusual, choice of footwear for the occasion. (Source: Reuters)

The shoes of cast member Soko are pictured as she poses during a photocall for the film Voir Du Pays (The Stopover) in competition for the category Un Certain regard at Cannes. (Source: Reuters)

Actress Rossy De Palma went for a floral statement hairpiece around the bun when she arrived for the screening of Loving. (Source: Reuters)

Cast member Peter Simonischek poses with fake teeth during a photocall for the film Toni Erdmann. (Source: Reuters)