Here is a roundup of the other attendees at the premiere of ‘Youth’ during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday (May 20) in Cannes, France.
Chanel Iman: I’m not surprised that Chanel served up one of the few Cannes-worthy gowns from this group. The model is forever in Cannes mode with her love of pretty princess gowns. She’s clearly in her element here wearing Donna Karan Atelier – despite the long face.
Joan Smalls: The model made her first appearance on the red carpet at Cannes wearing an Alaïa white two-piece breezy look. While this is more Independent Spirit Awards than Cannes, I can’t deny how gorgeous she looks.
Doutzen Kroes: Much improved over last night’s offering, the model served up plenty of sex appeal wearing a Mugler Pre-Fall 2015 gown.
Lara Stone: While her bronze chainmail vintage Gianni Versace gown is stunning, I can’t get over the bust area which gives her a ‘four boob’ bulge. The hair is a total miss here too.
Karlie Kloss: It looks like the models are serving up their own style of glamour this year, with Karlie turning to Louis Vuitton for her red carpet look. While this dress is fresh and modern on Karlie, it just falls flat at Cannes.
Izabel Goulart: The model continues to be seduced by Zuhair Murad. Once again, this white beaded silk tulle gown with sheer panels from the Pre-Fall 2015 fits like a glove, so you can’t knock how great she looks despite the predictability of it all.
Anja Rubik: The model wore an Atelier Versace Spring 2015 gown which would’ve been pretty boring without that sexy web-like detail snaking all over her body.
Soo-Joo Park: Putting forth an ever-so-elegant stance on the red carpet, the model looked breath-taking wearing an Oscar de la Renta Spring 2015 peplum gown.
Imogen Waterhouse: Suki Waterhouse’s younger sister wore a navy blue Dior gown for the occasion.
Kendall Jenner: Also in Alaïa, the model seemed quite miserable on the red carpet. Looking at her outfit, I understand why.