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Red Carpet Rundown: The Most Stunning Outfits from Cannes 2024

Cannes is one of the biggest film events in the world, and with red carpets come red carpet looks. Anyone who is anyone was there, and snagging an invitation isn’t just an honor; it’s a notice to start getting looks together. All eyes are on the attendees as they make their way up the carpet, and stylists and clients prepare for months. If you’re new on the scene, this is the time to make a statement. And if you’re a seasoned veteran, it’s the time to show off the fruits of all of your labor. So, no matter who was photographed, everyone made sure to give it their all. Without further ado, here are the best looks from this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Greta Gerwig in Maison Margiela Couture, courtesy of Vanity Fair.

Greta Gerwig is the first American female director to be named president of the jury for the film festival. And at 40, she is also the second youngest. Bearing this in mind, it only made sense that she would break out all the fashion stops. She appeared in a number of looks, with her first look being from the now-famed Maison Margiela Couture collection. The world was talking about it for weeks, and now they are sure to be talking about Greta.

But she didn’t stop there. She wore a stunning floor length Chanel Haute Couture gown, and fully embraced her new fashion icon status in a bejeweled Jean Paul Gaultier by Simone Rocha moment.

Greta in Chanel Haute Couture and Jean Paul Gaultier by Simone Rocha, courtesy of Vogue.

With an uptick in the embracing of archival and vintage fashion, it was no surprise to see a number of celebrities opt to go in this direction. Bella Hadid wore a 2001 SS Atelier Versace gown. Yseult wore a custom Dior look, clearly heavily influenced by the influential and trendsetting Dior New Look line from the 1950s. Soo Joo Park wore a custom Gucci dress that seemed to reference a similar dress by Anthony Vaccarello for his Fall 2013 collection. Grace Vanderwaal opted for a more bohemian, almost fairy-like vintage dress by Cinema by Panos Zinas. Rawdah Mohamed also referenced Dior’s New Look with a custom look by Cecilie Bratsberg Melli.

Bella Hadid in Atelier Versace SS 2001 (Vogue)

Yseult in Dior (Vogue)

Soo Joo Park in Gucci (W Mag), Anthony Vaccarello FW 2013 reference (Vogue)

Grace VanderWaal In Cinema by Panos Zinas (WWD)

Rawdah Mohamed in Cecilie Bratsberg Melli (Vogue AU)

As for the rest of the best-dressed, keep reading below to see our favorites.

Alton Mason in LGN Louis Gabriel Nouchi (WWD)

Putri Marino in Stellarissa (Vogue)


Araya A. Hargate In Balmain (Harper’s Bazaar)

Vicky Krieps In Chanel and De Beers jewelry (WWD)

Cindy Bruna In Laruicci (WWD)

Amelia Dimoldenberg In J Phoenix London (Teen Vogue)

Naomi Campbell In Dolce & Gabbana (W Mag)

Demi Moore in Armani Prive (W Mag)

Hunter Schafer in Armani Prive (Vogue)

Alexa Chung In Jean Paul Gaultier (W Mag)

Naomi Campbell In Loewe (WWD)

Cate Blanchett in Louis Vuitton (W Mag)

Michelle Yeoh in Bottega Veneta and Mikimoto jewelry (W Mag)

Marina Ruy Barbosa in Miss Sohee (W Mag)

Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Victoria Beckham (Elle)

Coco Rocha in Robert Wun (HArper’s Bazaar)

Rawdah Mohamed in Cheney Chan (Us Magazine)

Candice Swanepoel In Vivienne Westwood and Messika jewelry (US Magazine)

Mitchell Akat Maruko Raan in Harvey Cenit (Harper’s Bazaar)

Elsa Hosk in Nina Ricci (Harper’s Bazaar)


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