Get ready for a 12-day feast of non-stop glamorous red carpet moments because the annual Cannes Film Festival is here.
If you think that the red carpet season is finally over, it’s not. Following the first Monday in May, the 72nd Cannes Film Festival has finally kicked-off. And the French Riviera is once more teemed by the finest sartorial women. We bring you all the sophisticatedly stylish celebrities to hit la Croisette.
If there’s only one in the French Riviera who can truly define the dictum “pretty in pink,” it will be Eva Longoria. She effortlessly radiated like a true star wearing a pink Alberta Ferretti gown that marvelously showed off her toned legs.
Elle Fanning gave a contemporary twist to French Renaissance style as she attended the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die premiere. Wearing a plunging silk cape dress by Gucci punctuated by floral embroidery and Chopard jewelry.
Tilda Swinton impeccably shone among the sea of finest actresses present at the opening ceremony of the festival. And as she wore an Avante Garde metallic dress, she once more proves why she is called chameleon actress of our generation.
One of the best things about the red carpet of Cannes Film Fest is that celebrities aren’t afraid to be daring.
Showcasing the regal taste of Asians when it comes to fashion, Liu Tao looked like a real crazy rich Asian. She donned an exquisite custom Etro dress punctuated by a gold
While the red carpet is full of figure-forming dresses already, Araya Hargate opted for a frothy, voluminous couture gown by Ralph & Russo. And with her choice of ombré purple hue, the Thai actress instantly caught the attention of the crowd.
Alessandra Ambrosio is no stranger to red carpets. As she has already mastered the art of strutting, the supermodel easily took our breath away as she emerged in white silk chiffon draped gown by Ralph & Russo embellished with crystals, sequins, and devoré ostrich feathers.
Julianne Moore proves that age doesn’t matter when it comes to dominating the red carpet. The award-winning actress glowed in green wearing a forest green silk chiffon Haute Couture Dior gown with ruched bodice and cape. To cap-off her look, she wore Chopard jewelry.
Looking like a real ice princess, Jessica Jung commanded the attention of the crowd the moment she arrived. The Korean pop singer-turned-business-mogul wore a sensational custom Rami Kadi creation embellished with ostrich feathers and plexi glass mirrors.
Making her debut at the iconic film fest, Selena Gomez made it a point to stand out in her most elegant look. The singer-songwriter wore a cropped Louis Vuitton bustier and matched it with a semi-quilted maxi skirt with a cinched waist. And showcasing her true luxurious taste, she completed her look with Bulgari jewels at the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die.