40 Best-dressed celebrities at Cannes Film Festival 2024

Glamorous moments


By Benedict Unang

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40 Best-dressed celebrities at Cannes Film Festival 2024

Since May 14, the 77th Cannes Film Festival has been in full gear, treating audiences to an impressive lineup of films like Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, Kinds of Kindness, and Emilia Perez. Amidst the cinematic wonders, the annual affair gained even more attention when celebrities illuminated the red carpet with their most alluring ensembles. 

This year’s edition saw some memorable fashion moments, with Hunter Schafer stealing the spotlight in a mesmerising metallic blue gown from Armani Privé and Marina Ruy looking wonderful in her lemon silk glass organza gown by Miss Sohee. Anya Taylor-Joy graced the scene in a delicate beige tulle gown from Dior, while Bella Hadid exuded sheer elegance in a see-through piece by Saint Laurent. A couple of looks at the Horizon: An American Saga premiere caught our attention, like Isabelle Huppert’s custom Balenciaga gown and Michelle Yeoh’s two-piece look by Bottega Veneta

Another standout look is Yseult’s Dior Haute Couture ensemble, featuring a white silk jacket paired with a black silk pleated skirt, complemented by a Dior hat and shoes—a chic nod to Christian Dior’s iconic ‘New Look’ from 1947. And then there’s Cate Blanchett, who donned a Jean Paul Gaultier dress for the premiere of The Apprentice. The Australian actress rounded off her ensemble with a High Jewellery Shoulder necklace by Louis Vuitton, crafted from repurposed metals, pearls and precious stones.

Elsewhere, Chanel has been styling some of the A-listers, including Naomi Campbell, who made a grand entrance in a black silk tulle and organza evening dress—a nostalgic throwback to a look she first wore back in the ‘90s. Margaret Qualley, a lead in Kinds of Kindness, also chose the Maison, wearing a long-flared pastel-toned dress from the SS24 Haute Couture collection. Meanwhile, Greta Gerwig, this year’s Jury President, opted for a long black cape dress intricately embroidered with satin sequins and micro CC motifs, completing the trio of stunning Chanel looks.

The men looked dashing too. Joe Alwyn sported a stylish boxy Celine suit with Black Frame 41 sunglasses. Mike Faist impressed in a black single-breasted tuxedo by Loewe, while Omar Sy exuded sophistication in a double-breasted white jacket adorned with pearl buttons by Louis Vuitton. See more of our favourite looks below:


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