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Actors, directors and film industry names have all been descending on the Cannes Film Festival red carpet since the annual event began last week. But with the second week of the illustrious event on the French Riviera come the big-name supermodels and celebrities, too.
Case in point: American model Bella Hadid joined her British counterpart Cara Delevingne on the red carpet for the screening of The Innocent (L'Innocent) on Tuesday, and the pair took on the after party in matching black looks, too.
The two models wowed on the red carpet in matching black gowns, Hadid in a vintage Versace strapless dress with ruched detailing and an oversized bow at the back.
On the red carpet, Delevingne was joined by Olivier Rousteing, the creative director of Balmain, who designed her geometric-style column gown for the star-studded event in the French Riviera.
Both models wore their hair scraped back into a bun to show off their enviable cheekbones, with Delevingne sporting a fresh undercut that revealed her tattoos, and Hadid opting for a very early Noughties curl at the front.
But it was the dynamite duo’s after party looks that really had fans turning their heads.
Hadid and Delevingne both opted for black gothic-esque ensembles as they attended a dinner in celebration of Cannes’ 75th anniversary on Tuesday.
Hadid chose sustainably again, opting for another vintage Versace number. The plunging black gown featured brown leather band detailing and a cut-out at the hips.
Whilst a lot of skin was still on show, it wasn’t as nearly naked as the model’s past Cannes Film Festival looks, with long sleeves and a full-length hem.
Delevingne went with Balmain again to the star-studded dinner, wowing fans in a short corseted black dress and strappy heels as she walked the second red carpet with the brand’s creative director.
It's not clear whether wearing black on the red carpet was a planned thing between the models (and several other stars on the evening) but it is certainly becoming the break-out trend of the Cannes Film Festival.
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