The Fashion Has Been Fierce At The 2019 Cannes Film Festival
The Festival de Cannes, held annually in the South of France, brings together creators of the latest and greatest international films for their premieres. The fashion is always a major highlight of the event, with stars typically opting for elegant, streamlined looks.
This year certainly didn't disappoint. The red carpet saw no shortage of sleek, classic silhouettes, with a healthy amount of bold color and texture mixed in.
Here are all the best looks from the 2019 Cannes film festival.
The singer and actress returned to the spotlight to promote her new film The Dead Don't Die in this stunning all-white Louis Vuitton ensemble. The star paired the look with graphic eyeliner and a bold red lip.
Actress Julianna Moore is giving us Greek goddess vibes in this green Dior Haute Couture gown.
Elle Fanning has been absolutely nailing the Cannes red carpet all week, but this look takes the cake. The 21-year-old emulates 1950s glamour with this Dior Couture ensemble.
Of course, Cannes fashion is a family affair for the Fanning sisters. Older sister Dakota looks like a chic Cinderella in this blush pink Giorgio Armani Privé gown with a yellow sash and Chopard jewelry.
Alessandra Ambrosio proved she's still a Victoria's Secret powerhouse while striking a pose in this feathery, white Ralph & Russo gown.
Model Winnie Harlow brings all the drama with this ruffled, asymmetric Jean Paul Gaultier gown with matching veil.
Following in the footsteps of her bright orange Met Gala gown, model and reality star Kendall Jenner rocks this neon pink tulle dress from the upcoming Giambattista Valli x H&M collaboration.
Victoria's Secret supermodel Adriana Lima looks positively gorgeous in this black, off-the-shoulder Ester Abner gown and Chopard jewelry.
Leonardo DiCaprio & Brad Pitt
Red carpet fashion isn't just for the ladies. Longtime Hollywood heartthrobs Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt graced Cannes together to promote their film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and it's evident that they're only getting better with age.