Luxury brands spotted at the Cannes red carpet

Every year, the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival attracts the attention of the whole world with the imposing jewels that are paraded there and the latest outfits of the most famous designers worn for the occasion. Let’s take a look at the luxury brands honored at this 74th edition.


For the 74th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, the Croisette is once again transformed into a Fashion Week catwalk. Focus on the most outstanding outfits of the Festival, including those of Bella Hadid, Timothée Chalamet, Camille Charriere or Lena Mahfouf, who prove that elegance and glamour are always at the rendezvous on the French Riviera.


Bella Hadid



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This Sunday, July 11, an outfit spotted at the Cannes Film Festival has shaken the web. From the fall-winter 2021 collection of the house Schiaparelli, the high fashion dress worn by Bella Hadid has generated many positive reactions on social networks. The complementarity between jewelry and dress gives off a mix of elegance and undeniable luxury. On the chest, lungs of gold and sequins and their bronchioles that take root at the neck are drawn and cover the entire chest with a very chic undressed effect, enhanced by the sculpting cut of the black dress. Without doubt one of the dresses best representing the glamour of the Cannes Film Festival.


Timothée Chalamet



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For the premiere of the film The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson, Timothée Chalamet walked the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival wearing a Tom Ford iridescent suit. With rings on his fingers and a bracelet on his wrist, the young actor wore a pair of white boots and sunglasses.


Camille Charriere



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At the screening of the film Benedetta, the blogger Camille Charriere opted for a vintage dress Dolce & Gabbana spring 2001, famous for being worn by Gisele Bündchen that year. The long black dress reveals the entire right leg, which opens on the upper thigh – a nod to Gisele Bündchen. For the jewelry, it is the Italian jeweler Pomellato who takes care of it with brio.


Lena Mahfouf



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On the Croisette, star influencer Lena Situations (Lena Mahfouf) – who has more than three million followers on Instagram – arrived on July 7 in a long candy pink dress by Valentino. With its thin straps and rectangular collar, the dress glittering with rhinestones and sequins has captured the attention of photographers and journalists present on site. At the feet, the young woman who has quickly made a name for herself in the fashion world wore a pair of Louboutin hidden by the length of the dress.


Nicolas Maury



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On the red carpet of Cannes, Nicolas Maury, president of the Jury of the Queer Palm, was distinguished by his pastel pink suit made to measure by Bruno Sialelli from Lanvin. Eager to go beyond the traditional gender codes, Nicolas Maury also wore a sumptuous tiara and dangling earrings from Boucheron, giving him an assumed royal look.


Isabelle Huppert



The French actress Isabelle Huppert conquered Cannes once again on July 13, with a long black dress by Louis Vuitton. Enhanced with a square of diamonds signed Chopard that covers the bust, goes up to the neck and ends at the wrists, the dress exudes luxury and glamour and matches perfectly with the jewelry that the actress wears in her ears.




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