Cannes Film Festival came to an end, which means no more daily eye feast. But this is the magic of it I guess. Anyway, here is my second round up with my personal favourite looks. If you missed the first one, you still can check it out here, which I’d heavily recommend to, and not just because I did it, but because almost everything fits into these categories I created this time. Red carpet trends are trends too, after all.
Best Photocall Looks
Sometimes I prefer photocall looks even more, because lets face it, it’s not that hard to look amazing in dream gowns, especially if big/all part of your job is looking good. On the other hand, being in Cannes wearing daytime looks which get along with Cannes’s high standards is quite the challenge.
Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen and Isabelle Huppert in Gucci. I love Nicole take on the lacey dress long studded belt combo, even if I’m not so impressed on her shoes choice. I understand the concept though, but it’s such a safe option, isn’t it? And Isabelle Huppert can pull of anything really, how she does it?
Elle Fanning is on roll, especially when it comes to princess gowns. And why would she change if she does this impeccably well, so shamelessly young?
Elle Fanning in Christian Dior and Rodarte.
Shine bright like a diamond. Or like sequins. Put on bare shoulders with sleek and long gown covered with sequins all over it, and you can be sure, you’ll catch some eyes.
Marion Cotillard in and Irina Shayk in Prada. Marion is the epitome of French chic but Irina looks rocking good as well. And after two months of giving birth, now I now she is a supermodel who works out a lot, but really what kind of sorcery is this?
The absolute winner in the amount category is sheer dresses hands down. I thought Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce wore this trend down to death, but nope, it’s here and very well alive. In a more sophisticated form though, and severely in white, to increase the innocent effect, I guess, no matter we can see lots of knickers here. 🙂
Sara Sampaio in Francesco Scognamiglio and Millie Mackintosh in Barrus. Now I don’t know these ladies, but it’s an even bigger compliment to have them here. The red lips are a great touch in both cases.
Winnie Harlow in Ashi Studio and Bella Hadid in Ralph & Russo. Keeping on with the sheer trend, with significantly less innocence in courtesy of Bella Hadid mainly. I mean that’s barely a dress to begin with, but she manages to pull it of with such grace, like a queen. No wonder she become a Victoria Secret angel.
What do you think about this year’s lineup?