Celebrity Style: 5 dresses during Cannes we simply contingency see

It was a jubilee of cinematographic art, where new writing, genres and visible innovations are unveiled. The hum generated over a (recently concluded) 2016 Cannes Film Festival however, remained about fashion.

Sure, we still had a common red runner highlights of pleasing dresses. Jodie Foster looked creatively superb in Dior. As did Blakely Lively – baby strike and all – dressed by Versace, or Elle Fanning, glowing in Zuhair Murad.

Blake Lively poses on May 14, 2016 as she arrives for a screening of a film 'The BFG' during a 69th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France. Photo: AFP

Blake Lively poses on May 14, 2016 as she arrives for a screening of a film ‘The BFG’ during a 69th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France. Photo: AFP

But a one outfit that had everybody articulate was Bella Hadid’s. Her intensely slinky, strikingly flush Alexandre Vauthier Couture robe floored a throng and set tongues wagging over a Internet.

Bella Hadid in Alexandre Vauthier Couture. Photo: Reuters
Bella Hadid in Alexandre Vauthier Couture. Photo: Reuters
Jodie Foster in Dior. Photo: Dior
Jodie Foster in Dior. Photo: Dior

“The dress has a built-in silk bodysuit. Top-stick (tape) is always a good idea. Practice creates perfect,” Hadid’s stylist, Elizabeth Sulcer, after told US repository Vanity Fair in an talk (vanityfair.com/style/2016/05/bella-hadid-red-dress-photos-cannes).

Julia Roberts barefoot in Armani Prive. Photo: AFP

Julia Roberts barefoot in Armani Prive. Photo: AFP

Another celebrity, Julia Roberts, showed her rebel side instead. While she stepped out onto a red runner in a beautiful Armani Prive design, this was finished so barefooted. It was apparently a mount opposite unsymmetrical habit discipline during a festival. Organisers allegedly incited divided a organisation of women in their 50s from a screening of Carol for not wearing high heels final year. It has led to stars vocalization out opposite a dress-code double standards. Roberts only took it a step further.

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