Bella Hadid leads the style stakes at the Cannes Film Festival

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Bella Hadid oozed old Hollywood Glamour at the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday.

The supermodel looked stunning in a vintage white Jean Paul Gaultier column gown with a dramatic black sheer train and tulle halter neckline for the red carpet opening ceremony and Annette premiere at the French movie event.

Bella’s figure-hugging dress was originally worn by fashion icon Naomi Campbell on the Paris runway for Gaultier’s spring/summer 2002 haute couture collection.

The 24-year-old wore her hair in an elegant bun and accessorised with jewellery from Chopard, including white gold earrings featuring impressive pear-shaped diamonds, plus rings boasting a 2.42-carat heart-shaped ruby and a 5.45-carat marquise-cut diamond.

Other stars to shine at the Annette premiere included Marion Cotillard who dazzled in a metallic silver one-shoulder dress from Chanel, featuring peplum detail and a flared hem.

Oscar-winner Helen Mirren was also a hit with fashion fans, bringing a splash of colour to proceedings with a gold chiffon A-line midi dress comprising a sweetheart neckline, long sheer sleeves and flowing skirt. Her suede stilettos matched the hue of her gown and she accessorised with a gold Dolce & Gabbana clutch bag. Her jewellery included a breath-taking emerald and diamond necklace and matching pair of drop earrings.

Jessica Chastain looked demure as she graced the red carpet in a gothic-inspired black strapless Dior Haute Couture full-length ballgown, accessorised with a Chopard diamond and ruby necklace and ring.

Candice Swanepoel ensured all eyes were on her as she posed up a storm in a sheer rose gold Etro jumpsuit with plunging neckline, beaded fringe sleeves and metallic embellishments. The South African model completed the look with high heels and chunky chain link jewellery from Italian company Pomellato.

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