Cannes Film Festival 2024 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on May 28, 2024

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If you’ve missed any of our exhaustive Cannes Film Festival 2924 coverage, then shame on you, darling! Before you scroll another centimeter, get caught up on all of the finery, tackiness and glam, along with our opinions of same, here. Now let’s get to wrapping this up, yes?

 

Andie Macdowell
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The color is gorgeous and the classic style suits her, but it feels like it’s missing something; jewelry being the most glaring. We’d have said to ditch the cape and add a big cuff.

 

Coco Rocha in Cheney Chan
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We’ll say it again: This is why you invite the models.

 

Demi Moore in Celine
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Brought her own napkin, which was smart of her.

 

Eva Green in Del Core
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For a big disco ball of a dress, this isn’t really doing it for us. It looks way too heavy, the neckline is awkward on her and the styling doesn’t really go with it.

 

Greta Gerwig in Celine
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A classic style, gorgeously rendered. She looks great.

 

Helen Mirren in Elie Saab Couture
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The bodice looks a little overwrought to us but the color is amazing on her.

 

Ikram Abdi Omar in Miss Sohee 
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We’re always up for a good turban moment on the red carpet. The dress could’ve used some edits during the design process.

 

Jessica Wang in Stéphane Rolland Couture
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Impractical, but dramatic as hell.

 

Lena Gercke in Ziad Nakad
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It looks like her body is in the process of being taken over by an alien life form.

 

Lily Gladstone in Prada
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Gorgeously understated. Love that color on her.

 

Pritika Swarup in Zuhair Murad Couture
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Flawless diva serve.

 

Simone Ashley in Stella McCartney
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This gal loves her frocks as tiny as possible. This one looks like it got caught in a downpour.

 

Sofia Carson in Elie Saab Couture
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That’s a terrible color that somehow looks amazing on her.

 

Vicky Krieps in Chanel Couture
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It made us smile. She’s like a witch in formalwear.

 

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