Cannes 2017: The amfAR Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on May 26, 2017

Darlings, it’s as if the Cannes Film Festival will never stop; as if there’s always going to be one more gown, one more party, one more red carpet. And one of the biggest, gowniest, most star-studded red carpet can always be found outside the amfAR Gala every year.

Shall we?



Bella Hadid in Ralph & Russo

If she ripped off the skirt and launched directly into a trapeze routine, we’d be completely on board with this look. Since that doesn’t seem likely, we’ll just roll our eyes at the silliness and move on. It’s an amfAR gala in Cannes. A little showgirl sexytime look isn’t entirely out of the question here.



David Beckham

That’ll do.


Diane Kruger in Alexander McQueen

Scrolldown whut.



Eva Longoria in Elie Saab

Are we only imagining an uptick in 5-pointed stars on the red carpet lately? It feels like a lot of ladies are getting their Wonder Woman on.

Having said that, we hate this. The proportions and the color are terrible for her.



Jessica Chastain in Prada

Serving Jackie Kennedy realness. Our question is, how did she manage to get such a minimalist look out of the House of Prada? Did she snatch this off a dress form while the seamstresses were on lunch or something?



Lindsay Lohan in Guillarme

It’s … tasteful. The hair is very puzzling.

We will leave it at that.



Nicki Minaj in Roberto Cavalli Couture

We are more than a little tired of naked dresses, but we figure if you’re gonna go there, then pick some crazy Vampira/lingerie/mantilla hybrid and be done with it. We don’t actually like this, but at least it’s not dull. But shouldn’t the bodysuit be black? Or match her skin tone?


Rita Ora in Chanel

Okay, who are you and what have you done with the Rita Ora from this earth?



Tracee Ellis Ross in Jenny Packham



We’re just not loving the hair, though.



Uma Thurman in Armani Privé

Lovely and chic.



Will Smith

It’s not our favorite style of dinner jacket, but he looks damn good.



[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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