Cannes 2017: Day Three and Four Red Carpet Gownathon Rundown

Posted on May 22, 2017

Darlings, as you well know if you’ve been following our non-stop Cannes 2017 coverage, this massive gownathon just won’t stop, leaving us no choice but to do semi-daily roundups and rundowns of al the eye-popping (and decidedly less so) gownery on display down on the Riviera.


Aishwarya Rai in Ralph & Russo Couture

Miss Lady has opted for door-busting silhouettes this year and we can’t say we disapprove.



Bella Hadid in Christian Dior Couture

Yuck. A quilted satin gown? We don’t care if there’s a Dior label on the inside, that’s Mrs. Claus’ pajamas.



Coco Rocha in Georges Hobeika Couture

We were almost ready to declare this the first good use of pink so far this week, but then we got to the bottom and .. NEWP.

Y’know, there is such a thing as a sophisticated pink, fashion folk.



Emma Thompson

Aunt Emma’s not into it.



Greta Gerwig in Rodarte

It looks like there’s some sort of colony of cells being cultivated on the bodice there, but she’s actually the right kind of lady to be wearing Rodarte and this one isn’t so bad. Petri dish quality notwithstanding.



Julianne Moore in Louis Vuitton

You lost us with the manbelt, lady. It’s a good look otherwise.



Juliette Binoche in Chloé

Put a wide-brimmed white hat on her and she’s a ’70s bride.



Kendall Jenner in Giambattista Valli Couture

We almost softened enough to admit that this bed of bedsheet couture is actually working for her. Then we saw her sheer anklets and the rage-laughter started up again.



Mary J. Blige in Reem Acra

Diva, we love you, but this is kind of ugly.



Olga Kurylenko in Elie Saab Couture

Say it with us now…


That one never gets old, does it, darlings. Oh, wait. It got old years ago.



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