From Priyanka to Selena: These Are the Best-Dressed Celebs So Far at This Year’s Cannes Film Festival
The 2019 Cannes Film Festival is officially underway, so prepare your feeds for all the glamorous red carpet looks (oh yeah, and top-notch international films...we almost forgot). The message so far is very clear: If you're heading to a billion red carpets in the French Riviera, you better dress the part. These are the best-dressed stars (so far) at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
At the The Dead Don't Die premiere, Fanning wore an embroidered silk Gucci gown with a matching cape. She accessorized with dazzling Chopard jewels and Gucci platform sandals.
On the same red carpet, Swinton donned a Haider Ackermann number in a glorious display of silver crystal embellishment.
Attending the Les Miserables premiere, Moore wore a black bustier-style gown and leather cape, both by Louis Vuitton.
Heard wore a belted sequin gown by Claes Iversen to the Les Miserables premiere.
The singer-slash-actress made her Cannes debut at the screening of The Dead Don't Die, wearing a matching set from Louis Vuitton.
The director attended the screening of Bacurau in a floaty tie-dye number that's very on trend. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you do a French fête.
At the Rocketman premiere, Chopra made her Cannes debut in spectacular fashion—quite literally—in an ombré beaded Roberto Cavalli number with a very high slit and megawatt Chopard jewelry.
Hadid sashayed down the red carpet at the Rocketman premiere in this dreamy Dior Haute Couture confection, featuring an asymmetrical neckline and a whole lot of tulle. This is a dress we'd very much like to wear to our wedding.
Also at the Rocketman premiere and also in Dior Haute Couture, Big Little Lies star Woodley made the case for black-tie shorts, which she topped with a white-lapeled jacket and super-sleek hair and makeup.
Can you say bombshell? Longoria shut it down at—where else—a gala celebrating the premiere of Rocketman. For the occasion, she donned a stunning gilded column gown by Cristina Ottaviano.