The 75th annual Cannes Film Festival was held in Cannes, France, between May 17 and May 28.
Bella Hadid, Naomi Campbell, and Andie MacDowell attended in both stunning and daring fashion.
See-through dresses proved to be popular, as did ball gowns, tulle ruffles, and vibrant colors.
Meriem Uzerli was one of the first to walk the Cannes opening-ceremony red carpet in a daring look.
The Turkish-German actress wore a baby-blue YANINA Couture gown with wing-like sleeves that extended above her shoulders and a deep neckline. The latter had a mesh panel across it that was decorated with purple sequins, which were also featured at the bottom of her skirt.
At the waistline, the gown had an oversized bow made from purple satin.
Eva Longoria arrived later in a black gown that was almost entirely see-through.
Alberta Ferretti designed her dress, which was sleeveless and had ruffled fabric from top to bottom. There was also intricate beading in floral patterns across the gown.
Longoria wore it with diamond rings, a thick black choker, and an updo hairstyle that had loose strands framing her face.
Lori Harvey looked incredible in a strapless yellow gown with diamond accents.
Alexandre Vauthier designed her dress, which had a ruffled skirt that almost reached the floor. She paired the garment with pointed heels, a diamond necklace, and dark eye makeup.
Katherine Langford stood out in a sparkling dress with an exceptional back.
Her sleeveless gown was designed by Prada, and it looked simple in the front.
But when the actress turned around, you could see a giant, half-bow wrapped at her waist that extended to the floor.
Didi Stone stood out in a gilded gown that had a top covered in cutouts.
Her Roberto Cavalli gown had a glamorous, mermaid-style skirt, which was floor-length and made from cream satin. Its bodice, on the other hand, was more like a harness.
It had metallic straps from her neck to her hips, and gold flowers decorating the entire top.
Urvashi Rautela was also there in a standout ball gown. It was decorated at the hips and shoulders with grapes.
Her white dress had an asymmetrical bodice with ruffles attached to its single strap, and a tiered skirt made from tulle.
The Bollywood actress also wore diamond earrings, red lipstick, and her hair in an updo.
Tallia Storm chose vibrant colors for her red-carpet look.
YANINA Couture designed the ensemble worn by the British singer. It included both a textured, cropped shawl with puffed sleeves and a multicolored dress.
The bodice of the gown was yellow and matched the shawl, while its waistline and bow were hot pink. Its skirt, on the other hand, was blue with two yellow stripes.
Frédérique Bel stunned in a feathered minidress and dramatic shawl.
Her dress was shapeless, strapless, and had both a bedazzled neckline and beaded-fringe skirt.
The French actress and model also wore a matching shawl that sat beneath her elbows, creating the illusion of a long, ruffled dress train.
Rahi Chadda walked the red carpet in a unique suit decorated with flowers.
Valentino designed the black suit and sheer shirt worn by the British model. He also donned a velvet bow tie and chunky dress shoes.
Anne Parillaud wore a form-fitting gown that was both sheer and colorful.
Her sheer gown had a high neckline, long sleeves that flared at the wrists, and a bold, blue-and-red floral design.
The French actress paired the dress with platform sandals and a red purse.
Alice Abdel Aziz was also there in a see-through dress.
Aziz, the star of a reality-TV show set in Beirut, wore a Zuhair Murad halter dress, which was made from black mesh and covered in blue, black, and silver sparkles.
For accessories, she donned dangling earrings and a vibrant blue cape draped across her back.
The next day, Elle Fanning wowed in a strapless, drop-waist gown for the "Top Gun: Maverick" screening.
Her Armani Privé gown had sparkles across its bodice and waistline, and tulle pleats down its skirt.
She accessorized with a short necklace, sparkling hair bow, and other diamond jewelry.
Greg Tarzan Davis attended the same event in a creamsicle-orange tuxedo.
The actor stood apart from his "Top Gun: Maverick" costars on the red carpet in this colorful look.
He paired the two-tone suit with a black bow tie and shiny black shoes.
Storm then wore another colorful YANINA Couture look.
This time, the singer went with a pink, purple, and blue color scheme. The gown featured exaggerated sleeves, a tightly wrapped waist, and a plunging neckline accented by two glittering triangles on the bust.
The singer twirled on the carpet to reveal a more sheer underlayer to the skirt.
Jasmine Tookes wore a bright-yellow, pleated gown to the "Top Gun: Maverick" screening.
Her Tony Ward Couture gown played with structure around the torso, where the fabric fanned out over her arm.
Glittering accents ran down the center of the model's chest and curved outward at her hip.
That same day, Stone rocked the red carpet in a golden, structural gown.
The fitted Vlisco dress continued in a cape-like train and collar that puffed up around her head.
In an Instagram post, Stone's hairstylist ByBrittss said: "A Congolese piece on the red carpet! ICONIC."
Similarly, Natalia Kapchuk chose shoulder height with this sculptural white look.
The dress by La Metamorphose featured a sheer train and white lace sleeves, as well as a whimsical, butterfly-like structured bodice.
Ann Sophie Thieme looked pretty in pink on the red carpet.
The model wore an off-the-shoulder Fovari gown with a corset bodice and sharp V neckline. The dress also had a full skirt made from tulle with a thigh-high slit on one side.
She kept the rest of her look simple, wearing see-through heels, a messy ponytail, and minimal makeup.
Emilia Schüle played with structured fashion and sheer fabric for the screening of "Top Gun: Maverick."
Her two-piece look came from Gucci's spring/summer 2022 ready-to-wear collection, and she altered the runway look by sporting shorter gloves and a simple red lip.
Frédérique Bel chose bright blue and cutouts for her red-carpet look.
The actress and model chose this two-piece, bright-blue look for her appearance. There was an embellished silver chest plate with small cutouts throughout, and a hat of the same blue color.
She paired the look with silver pumps and wore a single blue glove on her left hand.
Elisa Maino's gown featured a slit skirt and an armor-like bodice.
The dress by Alberta Ferretti was made up of a simple black skirt that had a slit up the center, and a bodice studded with glittering hardware and cutouts along the torso and shoulders.
Maino paired it with barely-there strappy pumps and a simple updo for the screening.
Adriana Lima walked the red carpet in a pleated gown that had a cutout for her baby bump.
Balmain designed the dress, which also had sharp shoulder pads and a slit across its skirt. On Instagram, makeup artist Patrick Ta revealed that he applied glittering body oil to the model's stomach and legs to increase her glow.
Rochelle Humes, on the other hand, wore a completely sheer gown.
Celia Kritharioti designed Humes' gown, which had a raindrop-shaped cutout over the right side of her chest.
She paired the sparkling black dress with contrasting silver-colored, drop-down earrings.
Sasha Luss also went with a see-through dress for her red-carpet look.
The model and actress wore a simple see-through, scoop-neck dress to attend the screening of "Top Gun: Maverick." She wore white briefs underneath and paired the gown with black-and-silver strappy heels.
Luss wore a white blazer over her shoulders and took it off while walking the carpet.
Jwana Karim stunned in a shimmering sheer look as well.
The actress' floor-length sheer gown was dotted with glittering embellishments and pearls. The see-through long sleeves and exaggerated hood gave a delicate look to this full-body gown.
Karim wore white sunglasses and blush-colored shoes with this red-carpet look.
Liza Koshy mixed Old Hollywood glam with today's daring fashion.
Her metallic, sleeveless dress — designed by Georges Hobeika — was bold thanks to its sharp neckline, crystal-covered bodice, and form-fitting, semi-sheer skirt that was decorated with sequins.
The influencer's beauty look, however, was more classic. She wore a curled updo, brown-toned lipstick, and sparkling eye makeup.
Mahlagha Jaberi chose a glamorous gown with two daring details.
The sleeveless top of her Atelier Zuhra dress was semi-sheer and covered in crystals, while her long skirt was decorated with baby-blue ruffles.
Leonie Hanne's bright-pink dress had multiple daring features.
Nicole + Felicia Couture created the German blogger's look, which first catches your attention with oversized ruffle sleeves and a deep-V neckline.
That's not to mention the deep cutouts that reach her chest and hips, and the gown's high-low skirt created from pleated tulle.
Malvika Sitlani stood out at the screening in a vibrant two-piece covered in ruffles.
The influencer's Millia London outfit included a bralette top with thin straps and a full skirt that had tiers of ruffles. The latter part also had a train and thigh-high slit, through which she revealed her tan sandals.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan stunned in a gown bursting with florals.
The actor's gown was by Dolce & Gabbana. It featured a full skirt, train, and floral detailing that started over her right shoulder and continued down through the skirt to the floor.
Masoom Minawala stood out in a larger-than-life gown.
Her hot-pink gown was designed by Yousef Akbar. It was both strapless and shapeless, with a large train extending behind the fashion blogger.
Katherine Langford was one of many stars to let her bra peek through her outfit.
In addition to her pink bra, the actress' Valentino outfit also included a dress-style jacket with a long train.
She paired the ensemble with an updo hairstyle and crystal stud earrings.
Iris Mittenaere chose contrasting styles for her red-carpet ensemble.
The former Miss Universe paired glamorous heels that were covered in crystals with a more casual suit.
The latter included a simple blazer and loose-fitting pants, as well as a button-up top that she wore open to reveal a sheer bra.
Helly Shah dazzled in a teal gown with a plunging neckline.
Ziad Nakad designed Shah's gown, which had sparkles extending from its shoulders to its skirt.
The latter also featured a thin slit, while its bodice was partially covered with a bedazzled, see-through cape.
Beatrice Vendramin stunned in a sleek gown with a deep neckline.
The Italian actress wore a Pomellato design, which was sleeveless and had a sparkling bodice with a V neckline that reached her stomach.
The dress also had crisscross straps across its open back, and was completed with a form-fitting velvet skirt.
Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry stood side by side in classic red-carpet looks.
Teller donned a cream-colored suit with a black bow tie, while Sperry wore a baby-blue Celine gown with a pleated neckline and sleeves.
On May 19, Alessandra Ambrosio attended the "Armageddon Time" screening in a ball gown with an unconventional top.
Her Stephane Rolland gown had a full white skirt, and a see-through mesh bodice decorated with strategically-placed chunks of sparkling fabric.
The model also wore long white gloves and diamond jewelry with the outfit.
Anne Hathaway also chose a glamorous white ensemble for the event.
She wore a Giorgio Armani two-piece, which had a thin bralette-style top and a straight, form-fitting skirt with a slit in the back. Both were covered in white sequins, creating a reflective effect.
For accessories, Hathaway donned a satin shawl tied in a bow around her arms and a diamond necklace with a statement sapphire stone.
Julia Roberts, on the other hand, looked chic in a simple jumpsuit.
Louis Vuitton designed her one-piece suit, while Chopard created her statement necklace.
Roberts also wore simple sandal heels and a loose-wave hairstyle for the red carpet.
Mahlagha Jaberi opted for a daring red-carpet dress made from see-through fabric.
Hers was pink and covered with crystals and feathers, which were sporadically placed from the gown's straps down to its skirt.
Both the bodice and skirt of her dress were sheer, and the latter also had a thigh-high slit that showcased her sparkling heels.
Jasmine Tookes dazzled once again, though this time in a two-piece set.
Her Zuhair Murad outfit included a long-sleeved crop top and a high-waisted wrap skirt, both of which were embellished with beads and rhinestones.
To complete the look, the model wore silver sandals that wrapped around her ankles and an updo hairstyle.
Lilly Krug looked like a princess in a semi-sheer gown that matched her skin tone.
The dress, which had a sheer bodice and opaque skirt, was decorated from top to bottom with rhinestones in the shapes of leaves.
It also stood out thanks to its flowing sleeves, which were made with pleated tulle and extended to the floor.
Leonie Hanne had one of the most unique gowns at the "Armageddon Time" screening.
Her stunning white dress was embellished from top to bottom.
There were crystal-covered swirls that decorated the necklace, a plunging V neckline with a mesh panel, and pearls decorating both the structured bodice and see-through skirt.
Rose Bertram rocked a green dress with beaded fringe on its sleeves and skirt.
The model's Hamda Al Fahim gown had off-the-shoulder sleeves and a corset bodice. The skirt had a short train and a thigh-high slit.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was a sight to see in her structured pink gown.
Her Gaurav Gupta gown stood out thanks to the structured, sparkling swirls that decorated its bodice, skirt, and back. The latter piece even reached above her head.
Cindy Bruna took the ruffle trend to the extreme with her dress.
Giambattista Valli designed the model's wide, pink dress, which had ruffled tiers that stacked from its off-the-shoulder neckline to the bottom of its skirt.
She wore it with a diamond necklace and an updo hairstyle.
Pamela Reif showed the elegant side of her style at the red-carpet event.
The fitness influencer wore a jeweled, off-the-shoulder dress with a bow-shaped neckline and high-low skirt.
She also donned sparkling pumps, diamond earrings, and a pulled-back hairstyle.
Militza Yovanka glimmered in a golden gown.
The dress worn by the model and makeup artist included many of the most popular Cannes fashion trends in one look.
It was sleeveless with a plunging neckline, metallic, and tiered across the skirt.
Gabrielle Caunesil Pozzoli embraced the sparkle trend in a slinky gown.
Nicolas Jebran designed the sleeveless dress, which had thin bedazzled straps, a ruched bodice, and a see-through skirt.
Pozzoli wore it with silver Jimmy Choo sandals, Pomellato jewelry, and a sleek hairstyle.
Masoom Minawala put a floral twist on a traditional ball gown.
Sophie Couture designed the strapless dress, which had colorful flowers embroidered from its neckline to its hem.
Anne-Sophie Thieme experimented with neon on day three of the festival.
Her off-the-shoulder, drop-waist dress was sheer and sparkling across its bodice. But on its sleeves and skirts were voluminous ruffles that contrasted the latter part of the gown.
Sira Pevida was one of the few stars to wear velvet on the red carpet.
Her fuzzy, red dress had a high neckline, long sleeves, and a skirt that widened just above the knee.
Later that night, Hina Khan walked the red carpet in a purple high-low gown adorned with feathers.
Sophie Couture designed the dress, which featured feather detailing and a combination of fabrics. The shorter bodice was structured in a way that resembled waves while the train was long and flowing.
The actress paired her gown with jewelry by Renu Oberoi, Mozaati, and JOOLRY, and simple heeled sandals by Loriblu.
Idris Elba stunned in a blue-and-black suit as he walked the carpet.
The actor brought his mother along for the screening of "Three Thousand Years of Longing (Trois Mille Ans A T'Attendre)." She wore a beautiful gold look for the event. He paired his suit with a black bow tie and matching shoes.
Elba's wife, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, channeled a Greek goddess in a sheer white gown.
Elba wore custom Tony Ward Couture for the screening. She accessorized with a gold leaf armband to match the gold leaf accent at her hip.
The flowing gown featured a ribbed corset bodice and a one-shoulder cape.
Leonie Hanne wore a glittering bodysuit with a long train for the "Three Thousand Years of Longing (Trois Mille Ans A T'Attedre)" screening.
The influencer and model wore Tony Ward Couture on the red carpet. The ice-blue look featured a flowing, tiered train embellished at the top and a jeweled bodysuit.
She paired the gown with silver heeled sandals, and a simple earring and ring combination.
Alessandra Ambrosio stunned in a metallic, mirrored gown for the same screening.
The model's look transitioned from one pattern to the next working from the neckline down to the hem, but the colors and use of mirrored materials stayed constant.
Her strapless, mermaid-style gown featured a plunging neckline, which she paired with a shining silver-colored necklace.
Digital creator Elena Galifa kept the same gray-silver color scheme with this near-completely see-through gown.
Vrettos Vrettakos designed Galifa's dress, which featured feather-like accents applied over a sheer, turtleneck, long-sleeved base.
She also wore a jewel-accented necklace, which gave the illusion that it was part of her dress.
Radun Bakić made a statement in a gold-and-black Versace look.
The model wore a suit and body armor by Versace for the "Three Thousand Years of Longing (Trois Mille Ans A T'Attedre)" screening.
He finished off the look with black Prada sandals.
Model and DJ Soo Joo Park chose a sheer, white gown with cutouts for the red carpet.
Park's dress was designed by Nensi Dojaka and featured a thigh-high slit, a short train, and cutouts throughout the torso and chest. The delicate white fabric was sheer and partially see-through.
She paired the dress with Chopard jewelry and white heels.
Tilda Swinton walked the "R.M.N" red carpet in an oversized, shirt-style dress.
Her daring look was designed by Alaïa, and included a black jacket that she wore briefly.
Once the latter garment was removed, you could see the gown's mermaid skirt and puffed sleeves.
Adèle Exarchopoulos then rocked a corset top and pants for the screening of "Smoking Causes Coughing (Fumer Fait Tousser)."
The actress' look was designed by Fendi. Her half-cropped top matched the high-waisted pants, as both were made of white satin material.
The top featured gold metal accents, which complemented her serpent necklace.
Nadine Leopold looked like a goddess in a dusty-mauve gown at the "Forever Young" screening.
Zuhair Murad designed the Austrian model's gown, which had a halter cape, bra-style top, cutouts across the bodice, and two slits that extended the length of its skirt.
She wore it with a long, sleek hairstyle and dangling diamond earrings.
Jessica Wang was also there, and she stood out in a sparkling, purple gown.
The influencer's asymmetrical dress was designed by Tony Ward Couture. It had a single strap that covered only one side of her chest and created a thin cutout above the fabric that covered the other side.
There was also a shining cape attached to the gown's back.
Isabelle Huppert took a bold approach in a green dress and matching tights that covered her shoes.
Balenciaga designed the ensemble worn by the French actress. It had long sleeves, ruching across the bodice, and a wrap skirt with a tall slit.
Raline Shah also stunned in green on the red carpet.
The Indonesian actor's dress was created by Michael Cinco, and handpainted to look like the Northern Lights, as the designer wrote on Instagram.
It was sleeveless with a full skirt and had black tulle poking out at the bottom.
Sara Sampaio chose a dress that was both classic and daring.
The model's sleeveless dress — designed by Pinko — had a black leotard underneath a mesh overlay. The latter fabric extended into a full skirt with ruffled tulle along the hem.
Romain Brau wore arguably one of the best suits seen at the Cannes Film Festival this year.
The actor's mint-green getup included a suit jacket with a pink flower attached, dress pants, and a low vest that emphasized the see-through, button-up shirt worn underneath.
Nargis Fakhri sparkled in a halter gown with a sweetheart neckline and ruffled skirt.
Her Nedo gown also had silver sequins placed across it from top to bottom. The actress wore it with an updo hairstyle, shiny lip gloss, and a diamond bracelet.
Mari Fonseca shined in a holographic halter dress that wrapped around her neck.
The wrapped top connected to its corset-style, ruched bodice, which sat just under her chest. Its skirt, on the other hand, had a thigh-high slit and long train.
Rami Kadi designed the look.
Later that night at the "November" screening, Géraldine Bazán was draped in red.
The actress wore a red gown with a high, center slit and cutouts on the bodice. The high neck was constructed from a semi-sheer fabric with metallic accents.
The following day, Marina Ruy Barbos walked the red carpet in tulle at the "Decision To Leave (Heojil Kyolshim)" screening.
She wore a pink, Valentino gown made from sheer tulle, with ruffled tiers that extended from its shoulders to the bottom of its skirt.
She also wore white platform heels, long pink gloves, and long earrings.
Sara Sampaio matched the red carpet in a metallic, off-the-shoulder gown.
Zuhair Murad designed her dress, which had a bandage-style bodice and pleated skirt. The latter also had a thigh-high slit which revealed her red sandals.
For accessories, Sampaio chose a diamond necklace and sparkling earrings.
Naomi Campbell did the opposite, contrasting the carpet in a dark gown with feather detailing.
Her Valentino ball gown had a full skirt, and two thick arm straps that covered her chest and acted as a bodice. The straps were also adorned with pink bows that matched her elegant diamond necklace.
Miss Fame embraced two of the biggest fashion trends at Cannes: sheer tops and ruffles.
She donned a plum-colored dress with a see-through, button-up shirt that showed her tattoos, and a mermaid skirt with a giant ruffle that extended up to her hip.
Emily Ratajkowski chose a see-through look for her appearance at the "Crimes of the Future" screening that night.
She wore her sleeveless Miu Miu dress — which had a glittering flower pattern across it — with platform sandals and a belt wrapped around the waist.
Ratajkowski also debuted a new hairstyle with bangs on the red carpet.
Kristen Stewart paired an unconventional skirt with an eye-catching top for the same event.
Chanel designed her outfit, which included a long-sleeved, high-neck crop top covered in multicolored pieces.
There was also her white skirt, which wrapped around her waist with an oversized bow that covered her legs.
Chloe Lecareux also rocked long sleeves and a high neckline with her daring dress.
The model's white gown was designed by Zuhair Murad, which described the design on Instagram as a "beaded long-sleeve tulle gown with a mandarin color and open back."
It was also entirely see-through, revealing that she wore no bra underneath.
Tina Kunakey looked like royalty in her green gown and white gloves.
Her Pierpaolo Piccioli dress was strapless, with a wide train that extended from the back.
She completed the look with a glamorous pair of diamond earrings.
Soo Joo Park wore a multicolored dress and balloon-like bra to the "Moonage Daydream" screening.
The model wore a look from Loewe, which included their balloon-looking bra in a bright-blue color.
She accessorized the long-sleeved dress with silver strappy sandals, two chunky rings, and earrings.
At "The Innocent (L'Innocent)" screening, Jourdan Dunn stuck to all pink for her red-carpet look.
The model's Ashi Studio spring/summer 2022 Couture look included a plunging neckline and structured shoulders. The long-sleeved gown also had a puffy skirt and train that showed off the bottom hem of the minidress.
She paired the gown with bubblegum-pink, peep-toe pumps.
Bella Hadid made her 2022 Cannes red-carpet debut in a black mermaid gown.
Gianni Versace designed this gown as part of his spring/summer 1987 collection. In a comment on stylist Law Roach's Instagram, Donatella Versace called the model's look, "Absolutely divine!"
Hadid wore an updo and simple earrings with this vintage dress.
Cara Delevingne wore a black gown with sheer cutouts for the screening that same day.
The model and actress wore Balmain and was accompanied on the red carpet by the brand's creative director, Olivier Rousteing.
Her strapless dress included a long train and featured see-through, square-shaped cutouts from the neckline to just below her knee. The cutouts continued around to the back of the dress and she paired it with matching sheer gloves.
Rousteing wore a white suit with two brooches on the left chest.
Kristen Stewart kept it chic and classic in a two-piece Chanel look.
The actress was one of many stars wearing all black for the screening of "The Innocent."
She paired the pants and button-up, strapless top with black peep-toe heels, and accessorized with sunglasses, rings, and a necklace.
Letitia Wright also rocked that day's all-black trend in a minidress and train.
The actress wore a dress by Fendi for its spring/summer 2022 Couture collection. The little black dress featured a turtleneck, long sleeves, and a long train that draped around the back.
She paired this dress with closed-toe black heels, delicate dangling earrings, and rings.
Maggie Gyllenhaal wore a sheer-topped look to the screening of "The Innocent."
The actor went with an edgy spin on classic with her all-black, see-through look. The black skirt cinched at the hip, while a see-through, long-sleeved bodice revealed a black bra top underneath.
She finished off the look with black, pointed-toe pumps.
Jeanne Cadieu stunned in bright pink next to her boyfriend, Jake Gyllenhaal, at the screening of "The Innocent."
The model's Loewe dress featured an asymmetrical hemline and a bust constructed to look like lips. She paired the gown with a light-blue bag and metallic silver sandals with exaggerated bows around each ankle.
Gyllenhaal wore a sleek black suit and matching shoes.
Diane Kruger matched the carpet in a billowing, bright-red gown.
This Oscar de la Renta gown featured a high neckline and a skirt that looked like it was stuffed like a pillow.
Kruger's backless dress was accented with gold around the neck.
Bérénice Bejo rocked a sequin jumpsuit and red skirt.
Bejo's long-sleeved, turtleneck jumpsuit gave off pink, green, and silver tones when reflecting the light. The red skirt was also a part of this Alexis Mabille Couture look that Bejo finished with red heels.
Model and actor Ariadna Gutierrez wore a bright-blue gown with a sheer pant leg.
Gutierrez's gown featured off-the-shoulder sleeves that turned into a low neckline, and an exaggerated skirt with a slit that continued up to her hip to expose a jeweled pant leg.
She wore simple, classic earrings, and a red lip.
Deepika Padukone stepped out in a structured orange gown.
The actress walked the red carpet in a custom Ashi Studio gown.
Its burnt-orange color, corset-like bodice, and structured shoulder made this dress stand out. She paired it with complementary green earrings.
Rafa Kalimann had a glamorous moment at the "Elvis" screening.
The influencer's pink dress had a strapless neckline made from satin, a straight skirt covered in sequins, and a wide train behind her. It was designed by Hamda Al Fahim.
Adriana Lima donned another daring maternity look for the red carpet.
Her yellow gown, created by Nicolas Jebran, had a jeweled neckline and straps, flowing cape sleeves, and cutouts that extended from her chest almost to her thighs.
Léna Mahfouf looked like a princess in a backless, black-and-white dress.
The sleeveless gown was also a bit of an optical illusion. Though it appeared to have a halter bodice with a diamond strap, there was actually a mesh portion that held it all together.
Leonie Hanne wore another stunning look: a sparkling jumpsuit and feathered shawl.
The top of her bodysuit had halter straps and a thin piece of fabric holding it together across the chest.
Her jacket, on the other hand, was so long that it created a flowing train behind her.
Winnie Harlow twirled on the red carpet in her strapless ball gown.
The top of her Off-White dress was tan, while the full, pleated skirt was a lighter, dusty-white shade.
Harlow paired it with delicate jewelry and a wavy hairstyle.
Måneskin coordinated in bow ties and glimmering suits with statement details.
The Italian band stood out in their daring Gucci fashion, which was seemingly inspired by Elvis Presley, according to an Instagram post from singer Damiano David.
Drummer Ethan Torchio wore a floral suit jacket with feathered sleeves, matching pants, and a see-through undershirt, while David rocked a gold tuxedo covered in glitter.
Bassist Victoria De Angelis opted for a pleated metallic shirt and bell-bottom pants, and guitarist Thomas Raggi chose a gold suit with a black vest underneath.
Shanina Shaik chose an all-black maternity look for her appearance.
Her off-the-shoulder dress had satin sleeves above semi-sheer mesh that extended to the floor. The latter fabric, which was decorated with a circle print, also covered her arms.
The model completed the look with thick diamond bracelets and a matching choker necklace.
Deepika Padukone also wore black, though her gown was embellished with gold.
Louis Vuitton designed her ensemble, which had wing-like sleeves, a form-fitting bodice, and a floor-length skirt.
Elsa Hosk, on the other hand, embraced the hot-pink fashion trend of 2022.
Like many celebrities who have worn the vibrant color this year, Hosk stood out on the red carpet.
Her Valentino dress was strapless and had a deep neckline, as well as a full skirt and train. She also wore hot-pink gloves, an updo hairstyle, and diamond jewels.
Sara Sampaio contrasted her pastel skirt with a striking black bra.
Her bralette had thin straps and round cups, while her pink-and-blue skirt had tiers of pleated tulle. For accessories, Sampaio chose pointed black pumps and a diamond necklace.
Sharon Stone was a vision in red.
Designed by Dolce & Gabbana, her dress had thin straps and a jeweled sweetheart neckline. There was also a slit in the back of its form-fitting skirt, which showcased her matching red sandals.
Additionally, Stone added a beaded clutch, oversized gold ring, and dark sunglasses to her look.
Olivia Culpo's red-carpet gown looked a bit like a wedding dress.
Giambattista Valli designed the high-low dress. It was strapless with a bow attached to its neckline, and it had a wide skirt that dragged across the floor.
To complement the dress, Culpo also wore platform sandals and a layered diamond necklace.
Kylie Minogue strutted the red carpet in a sultry gown with a sheer top.
The sleeveless Versace design was partially see-through, with a corset top that revealed her black bra underneath.
Minogue also wore a diamond-and-emerald necklace that contrasted the dark fabric of her gown.
Though her outfit was simple, Shakira still stunned.
She wore a Jessica Rabbit-esque dress, which was black, strapless, and had a thigh-high slit in its skirt.
The musician also wore sheer black gloves, heeled sandals, and a diamond necklace.
Raline Shah's gown was crisp and perfectly tailored.
The Ashi Studio design was strapless, with a soft bodice connected to a full, textured skirt.
The latter piece was made from pleated fabric that matched the shawl around her shoulders and decorated with a row of buttons in the middle.
Joe Alwyn had a standout style moment at the "Stars At Noon" screening.
The "Conversations with Friends" star arrived in a Celine ensemble that included a cream jacket with black lapels, a collared undershirt, a bow tie, and a satin cummerbund.
Nabilla Vergara was also there in a see-through maternity gown.
The high-neck, long-sleeved dress was decorated with fabric flowers. It was also backless and had a crystal chain hanging from the back of its neckline.
For her next red-carpet appearance, Bella Hadid wore vintage Gucci.
The model wore a sleek, white, long-sleeved gown to the screening of "Broker."
Her dress featured a cutout at her hip, which revealed a gold chain-like detail. She paired it with white heeled sandals.
Diipa Büller-Khosla wore a sheer orange gown to the screening of "Broker."
Büller-Khosla walked the red carpet in an orange, see-through gown with a plunging neckline. The sheer material and open chest allowed a bodysuit with gold accents to shine through from underneath.
Gemma Chan looked incredible in black at the "Mother and Son (Un Petit Frère)" screening.
Her strapless gown — which was entirely see-through — had lace across its corset bodice and the hem of its skirt. The latter piece also stood out thanks to its polka-dot fabric, which would be seen when Chan fluffed the skirt on the red carpet.
She wore the outfit with sheer gloves, a diamond necklace, and a ponytail.
Andie MacDowell and Helen Mirren danced together in their standout gowns.
MacDowell sported a brown-and-tan Christian Dior dress, which was sleeveless with a striped pattern and V-shaped neckline.
Mirren, on the other hand, chose a long-sleeved gown decorated with silver sequins and metallic fringe.
Chloe Lloyd's dress was both daring and whimsical.
Paolo Sebastian designed her long-sleeved dress, which had a see-through top with a swan design across the bodice. There was also a castle and cloud print across its skirt.
At the "Mascarade" screening, Frédérique Bel donned a rainbow minidress.
The YANINA Couture design was sleeveless and sheer, with rainbow-colored petals strategically placed across its see-through fabric.
She also carried a ruffled, rainbow shawl across her arms, which matched the dress and added more texture to her look.
Gemma Chan attended the Cannes Film Festival closing ceremony in a strapless gown with sequin detailing.
Her gray dress had a structured, corset bodice that complemented her straight skirt.
For accessories, Chan wore only small earrings and a silver bracelet with a sapphire stone.
Maria Borges stole the show in her striking red dress.
The model described the dress — which was short, strapless, and bright red — as her "princess moment" on Instagram. It had red sequins lining its neckline and skirt, and an attached cape that extended behind her.
Ashi Studio designed the outfit.
Norman Reedus and Diane Kruger had one of the best couples-fashion moments at the festival this year.
Kruger stood out in her form-fitting, metallic dress, which was strapless and covered in silver sequins. There was also a giant bow attached to the back of her waist, creating a long train behind her. AMI created the look.
Reedus chose a dark, velvet suit complete with a matching bow tie.
Andie MacDowell's green dress perfectly matched her eye makeup.
Her gown was stunning with its high neckline, short sleeves, and shining fabric. But her makeup was arguably even better.
MacDowell wore rosy lipstick and black eyeliner with green gems lining her lower eyelash line.
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