10 Best Dressed At The Cannes Film Festival 2019
1/16 Selena Gomez in Louis Vuitton
American songstress Selena Gomez was dressed by Louis Vuitton and Bvlgari for the opening ceremony of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. Gomez showed off her svelte physique in a leather and satin bustier and skirt, and accessorised the look with a necklace and ring from Bvlgari High Jewellery’s Cinemagia collection.
2/16 Elle Fanning in Gucci
Actress sand jury member, Elle Fanning, was a splitting image of a goddess in a silk peachy-pink gown with floral embroideries at the waist with a matching cape from Gucci and jewels from Chopard to the screening of the film ‘The Dead Don't Die’ and the Opening Ceremony of the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival.
3/16 Gwei Lun Mei in Valentino
Taiwanese actress Gwei Lun Mei attended the photocall of “The Wild Goose Lake” in a white scarf-neck gown from Valentino’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection. The dress' collaged graphics of kissing sculptures and florals is actually a collaboration between the maison and Japanese designer Jun Takahashi of Undercover.
4/16 Penelope Cruz in Chanel Haute Couture
As one of the newest ambassadors for the house of Chanel, Penelope Cruz turned heads on the red carpet of the premiere of Dolor Y Gloria in a Chanel Haute Couture gown. While most actresses may have taken the opportunity to don million dollar jewels, Cruz boldly wore pieces from her own collaboration with Atelier Swarovski.
5/16 Anja Rubik in Saint Laurent
No shirt, no problem. As a close friend of Anthony Vaccarello, the Polish supermodel wore a tuxedo jacket, matching trousers and peep toe pumps from Vaccarello's Saint Laurent. While Anja may not have opt for the classic tuxedo shirt, she kept her décolletage decorated with jewels from Chopard.
6/16 Bella Hadid in Dior Haute Couture
What's a red carpet without a princess dress? Supermodel Bella Hadid graced the Riveria in a one-shouldered spiral of airy tulle from Dior's Haute Couture collection.
7/16 Julianne Moore in Givenchy
Leave it to Julianne Moore to always bring a bit of edge to the red carpet. The Academy Award winner stunned in a silver dress by Givenchy complete with a bubblegum pink cape.
8/16 Toni Garrn in Ralph & Russo
Ralph and Russo's jewel-toned gown sat beautifully on supermodel Toni Garrn who showed offher mile-long legs with the thigh-high slit and barely-there strappy heels.
9/16 Sara Sampaio in Rami Kadi Couture
One of a couple stars who opted for Rami Kadi couture, Victoria's Secret model Sara Sampaio dominated the red carpet as a couture Wonder Woman in a silver tuxedo jumpsuit and matching train.
10/16 Priyanka Chopra in Roberto Cavalli
The Hollywood star wore so many amazing gowns in the last week it was hard to choose, but this bedazzled Roberto Cavalli creation tops the list with its gradient, shimmering bodice and A-line skirt.
11/16 He Sui in Atelier Versace
Fashion darling and Chinese supermodel He Sui walks the balance between delicate and cool in a frothy Atelier Versace mini dress with exaggerated feather shoulders.
12/16 Doutzen Kroes in Tom Ford
Feathers, glitter and a plunging neckline–what's not to love about the Dutch supermodel's Tom Ford look?
13/16 Elle Fanning in Christian Dior
Classic beauty and talented actress Elle Fanning brought back old Hollywood glamour to the Cannes red carpet in a Christian Dior ensemble, including a wide-set bonnet and full sleeves and skirt.
14/16 Elsa Hosk in Etro
Swedish beauty and Victoria's Secret supermodel Elsa Hosk brought every colour of the pastel rainbow to the carpet in a cotton-candy confection by Etro.
15/16 Zhang Ziyi in Givenchy Haute Couture
Iconic Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi dazzles in a cap-sleeved silver-speckled gown by Givenchy Haute Couture.
16/16 Natasha Poly in Atelier Versace
In a gown befitting of someone who was once the highest paid model in the world, Natasha Poly dominated the photocall in a draping, asymmetrical Atelier Versace creation.