Cannes isn’t just about stars at photo calls and stars on film premiere red carpets, darlings. It’s also about lots and lots of parties. Parties with stars and red carpets, of course.
Isabelle Hupert in Balenciaga
Mother is SERVING. We don’t always love her style choices on the merits, but we do love just how far she’s willing to go to deliver a high-end, editorial sort of look. She’s never not dramatic and she has an admirably blasé attitude about looking weird.
Letitia Wright in Alexander McQueen
It’s possible she’s just really well-suited to this, because we’re amazed to admit that we kinda like it, even with a bunch of design elements that we tend to hate. We like the juxtaposition of a ballgown neckline with a tuxedo shape. We just wish it didn’t have the side cutout.
Noomi Rapace in Moschino
We almost always find trompe l’oeil in fashion to be too gimmicky to love, but this is kind of cute.
Rebecca Hall in Gucci
This must be the night for wearing designs T Lo doesn’t love and somehow making it work. Or maybe we’re just feeling uncharacteristically kind-hearted today. Either way, despite not loving those Gucci feather sleeves pretty much every time we’ve seen them, she’s really making the whole look work.
Viola Davis in Alexander McQueen
Love the suit, love the hair, love the jewelry. We’re just not feeling the matchy accessories.
[Photo Credit: ABACA/INSTARimages.com, Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images for Kering]
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