The Kering Women In Motion Awards were held during the 2021 Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (July 11) in France.
As you would expect, there was some Gucci on this red carpet, and a little bit of Dior and Elie Saab.
Of the three, this is easily my favourite as the other two had a tad too much going on styling and/or detail wise.
This still feels bold and dynamic, yet it doesn’t have that “everything including the kitchen sink’ effect.
I was heavily disappointed by this outing from Salma Hayek.
I don’t find the Gucci dress particularly flattering, as she can do so much better than this considering everything at her disposal, and what she has presented in the past.
I don’t get why this keeps happening.
Oh yes, I do. Because Gucci Premiere no longer exists, and this is when she gave use her finest moments.
If you feel like reminiscing at Salma in Gucci Premiere, take a look back at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival premiere for ‘Robin Hood,’ the 2011 Cannes Film Festival opening ceremony, the ‘Savages’ LA premiere, or the 2015 InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe Awards Post-Party.
All magic moments from Salma. I hope she can get back to this level one day. It’s been my hope and dream for some time now.
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s new style has worked seamlessly for her during this festival, and this Dior white embroidered tulle dress is no exception.
However, I keep going back and forth as to whether this needs a waistband.
Melissa George managed to redeem herself from the ‘Peaceful’ premiere wearing this Christian Dior Spring 2020 Haute Couture rose-pink dress.
However, despite the Moyant bag complementing her dress colourwise, it feels too casual for this outing.
This feels like a bag you would carry while serving looks around the Cannes. Not for a red carpet.
Elsa Zylberstein continues to present ultra-feminine looks from Elie Saab.
She is the most consistent along with Maggie Gyllenhaal.
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