Style Stalking: The 72nd Annual Cannes Film Festival

Looking snatched against the French Riviera backdrop and a massive red carpet, we are style stalking the 72nd Annual Cannes Film Festival.

by   DYN

by STAIL Team

Now on its 72nd year, the annual Cannes Film Festival is considered one of the three biggest film festivals (alongside the Venice Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival) that previews new films of all genres, including documentaries from all around the world. Amongst all red carpet events, Cannes just screams glamour and sophistication unlike any other, thus putting it in a league of its own. And this year does not disappoint as we get to a teaser of the first-day looks that snatched the carpet.

Cannes Day One saw the premiere of the star-studded film The Dead Don’t Die, written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. The stars of the film and the festival goers dazzled the red carpet, wrapped a ribbon on it, and served it for the gods–literally a gift!

Elle Fanning rocked a caped silk Gucci gown in a salmon hue. She completed the look with Chopard jewels and Gucci toes–I mean platform sandals.

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Who else could outdo Elle Fanning than Elle Fanning herself? The actress made it twice on our list with her custom Dior ensemble during the jury photo call. Looking like a queen, she blew us away in her lace top, black balloon skirt, and a tulle tie. Ugh! STUNNING.

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Selena Gomez in her film festival debut looking snatched on the red carpet as well. She wore a Louis Vuitton cropped bustier, matching column skirt with thigh-high slits in semi-quilted fabric, a pair of Jimmy Choo heels, and Bulgari bling.

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Alessandra Ambrosio, like the supermodel that she is, stunned onlookers at the carpet in a Ralph & Russo custom gown. Draped for the heavens, adorned with crystals and devoré ostrich feathers, her gown made her look immaculate.

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

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