The Best Red Carpet Looks at the Cannes 72nd Annual Film Festival
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival is in full swing. Celebrities from around the world have gathered to fête a new slate of prestige films—well, that, and to show off some of the best red carpet looks we'll see all year. Here, the most stunning dresses, suits, and jewels from the film festival.
Fanning—who's on the Cannes jury panel this year—went for a stunning cape gown and Chopard jewelry.
Selena opted for a Louis Vuitton look and Bulgari jewels on the first night of the festival.
Longoria stepped out in custom Alberta Ferretti.
Actress Jessica Jung appeared to love her voluminous gown, which she paired with Chopard accessories.
Sevigny opted for Chopard jewelry and a sculptural dress.
Tilda Swinton wore a hard-edged Haider Ackerman look to the Cannes opening ceremony.
Sabbat livened up the classic tux with a ruffled shirt and colored sunglasses.
Caroline de Maigret
De Maigret donned a black dress with gold accents.
Javier Bardem and Charlotte Gainsbourg
Bardem poses with Gainsbourg, whose Saint Laurent dress was among the night's few short hemlines.
Yuchun goes all out in head-to-toe white feathers.
Moore's leather cape is the perfect complement to her sleek dress underneath.
The model and actress opted for a gown with petal-like layers.
Mizuhara dons a sleek, pleated dress.
Braz hits the carpet in a stylish tuft of tulle, complemented by a layered choker and matching earrings.
Elton John, Taron Egerton, and Richard Madden
From left to right, the celebrities' outfits get bolder, with Elton John taking his rightful place as the most stylishly outlandish. The details, especially—from the jewel-encrusted sneakers to the "Rocketman" embroidery on his jacket—put him over the top.
The French DJ pulls out all the stops with this fringed jumpsuit.
Woodley wears an inventive skirted suit at the Rocketman premiere.
Sampaio's deep-cut suit frames a stunning necklace.
Hadid pairs a tiered white dress with brown-hued makeup.
*This article originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
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