The Cannes Film Festival premiere of ‘The Killing Of A Sacred Deer’ brought more lovelies to the red carpet on Monday (May 22).
Jourdan Dunn: Jourdan was not ready to give up her sheer ambition yet, after her see-through jumpsuit moment. This Elie Saab Spring 2017 Couture gown was an improvement, as it did resonate with a sense of romantic enchantment in its gilded embroidery. The non-butt-cheek-baring bodysuit also worked in its favour.
Izabel Goulart: I love the subtle lustrous tone of this white Ralph & Russo Couture embellished gown along with its streamlined silhouette that glided over Izabel’s statuesque figure.
Andie MacDowell: Andie was not going to be one who didn’t give sheer a run on the red carpet, as she joined the see-through club in a black floral lace-embroidered Roberto Cavalli Couture gown styled with bombshell waves and Messika jewellery. Just don’t look to closely at the nude panties underneath.
Kristin Scott Thomas: Kristin would not soon be missed on the red carpet in this intensely hot-pink Schiaparelli Couture gown that was enlivened even further by emerald earrings. Bravo to her for showing how to wear a long, languid, flowing silhouette with a proper fit and without being swallowed up.
Anna Cleveland: All I could see in this Jean Paul Gaultier Couture mahogany gown was strips of fabric and lace that looked half-finished at best.
Anja Rubik: Speaking of haphazard, this Saint Laurent likewise had an amateurish, unfinished quality that I simply could not embrace. I did love the drama of her dark, oxblood pout and diamond necklace—had it belonged to another dress.