Today the launching of the Cannes Film Festival has taken place, with its consequently awaited red carpet. Monica Bellucci, and more millennial like Lily-Rose Depp, have passed through the carpet network. There have been some other skits worthy of forgetting, but we have also seen wonderful and perfectly manicured looks. Of those who remove the hiccups, to be exact. These are the best dressed of the inauguration of Cannes 2017.
Elle Fanning by Vivienne Westwood
The young actress and new image of L’Oréal Paris wore this couture dress so original. Front with a strapless neckline and puffed skirt and full of volume. But behind came the surprise, with a tail full of original illustrations, from floral drawings to doodles with the name of the actress. In satin and personalized in the most fun way.
Bella Hadid by Alexander Vauthier
The top model has coincided in look with Emily Ratajkowski, choosing a design of satin in tone pearl with opening in the skirt. However, while the it girl has failed to defend him and has ended up on the list of worst dressed; Bella Hadid has set the bar of sensuality and the femme fatale look to another level. Postscript, the detail of the sapphire in contrast to the pink tone of the dress is the most.
Lily-Rose Depp by Chanel
It was clear and crystal clear. Karl Lagerfeld’s favorite muse and image of Chanel could not be dressed by another designer and repeated in Cannes with the signature. A dress from the Resort 2018 collection of Greek inspiration that feels the it girl like a glove. The colorful metallic details on the shoulders and waist are the perfect accessory to shine on the red carpet and she has not needed anything else to do it.
Julianne Moore by Givenchy Couture
Awesome! There is no other word to describe Givenchy’s dress that has chosen the actress. With an oriental style neckline, transparencies, botanical embroidery and even flowers and leaves in relief. Behind a layer of tulle to beautify the back. And at her feet a torrent of feathers falling in the shape of a mermaid’s tail. All in red passion, which highlighted her red hair and made her look on fire.
Eva Herzigova by Roberto Cavalli
The model has dared with the sexiest model of the night. And is that if Roberto Cavalli signs it, it is not for less . A tight, semitransparent dress, with a bold opening in the skirt that showed her long legs. Add to that the appliqués in golden and silver tones that run the whole dress, combining perfectly with her blonde hair. Spectacular, it seems fresh out of the Hollywood of the 50’s.
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Uma Thurman by Atelier Versace
And speaking of the glamor of Hollywood in the 50’s, here comes Uma Thurman to leave us all with jaw jumped . And is that its design in pink tones with Versace folds is an absolute ten and you feel luxurious. The detail of the neckline with beaked neck of boat seems made to your measure. It is, without a doubt, the most elegant of the night.
Sara Sampaio by Zuhair Murad
Bella Hadid was not the only Victoria’s Secret angel on the red carpet. Sara Sampaio has also attended the Festival de Cannes, and has not gone unnoticed (however much her dress combined with the red carpet). Her dress is an authentic work of art, with a neckline in her beak that feels phenomenal and a skirt full of volumes fresh out of a fairy tale. In addition, the design prints in the form of fireworks give a very original touchto a dress that is, by itself, spectacular.
Monica Bellucci by Christian Dior
The great among the great, could not miss on a night like this. The actress and presenter of the Festival de Cannes 2017 has looked spectacular with this dress tulle and transparencies signed by the house Dior. In rigorous black, as she well accustoms, and showing off her particular Italian style.
Clotilde Courau by Elie Saab
The French actress has left us all in awe. For that precious body full of rhinestones and embellishment. But above all, for that rocker belt with a golden lion head that gave the look a very modern touch.