Held from July 6 to 17, we couldn’t tell you much about what went down at Cannes Film Festival. We can tell you, however, that we watched the red carpets — obsessively.
Red carpets are like fashion shows for all the different celebrities and designers we love — and we got a week and a half of it in France.
While some looks were elegant and simplistic, others were more eccentric — and we were here for it.
1. Bella Hadid
Wearing Schiaparelli, our jaws dropped when we saw the gold branch lungs that Bella Hadid wore with a sleek black gown.
This couture piece gave us the avant-garde vibes we love while serving the ultimate big tit energy.
Decked head-to-toe in gold, model and daughter of the infamous Pat Cleveland, Anna Cleveland, wowed in an Alberta Ferretti gown.
This dress had lots of texture, including a studded top and a fingey skirt. Cleveland showed that no matter how much gold you’re wearing, when done right, it can never be too much.
3. Tina Kunakey
Going for a colorblocked look, French actress Tina Kunakey wore a luxurious two-tone purple Valentino cape and dress ensemble with a bright red bow around her waist.
While she was rocking haute couture, we couldn’t help but be reminded of the blanket capes we wore the last year as we were cooped up during quarantine and working from home. The outfit gave us very “quarantine but make it fashion” vibes — and we were living for it.
You can never go wrong with a chic black dress — and actress Jessica Chastain proved that.
Wearing a Dior net evening dress donned with velvet trim detailing, Chastain’s outfit was elegant and gave us the impression of a strong, independent woman who does what she wants.
We need to calm our tits over this look. Wearing a sheer gown from Celine, French actress Mélanie Thierry radiated confidence at Cannes.
The gown gave us an elegated impression of Carrie Bradshaw’s “naked” dress from Sex and the City. If only we had somewhere to wear a dress as hot as this one.
We hope you enjoyed the red carpet looks as much as we did!
We absolutely live for any excuse to look at pretty dresses and fantasize about what it’d be like to wear them. Not that we would — we love when people cancel plans and we get to stay home and drink wine.