This year's Cannes Film Festival will be coming to an end this upcoming Sunday, May 23. To continue looking back at the Festival's history, below is a photograph of Paul Newman attending it in 1973. This was a special ocassion for him since "The Effect of Gamma Rays On Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds", a film directed by Newman was competing at the Festival. His wife, Joanne Woodward who acted on it, won 1973's Award for Best Actress.
Paul Newman decided to wear a white turtleneck (a very Mod item, yet something I would only wear in Summer if it was very cool) and what appears to be a blue blazer. Worth noticing are his Onyx ring and black sunglasses. Simple and bold.