Finally, the 75th edition of Cannes Film Festival. The starting line of the festival that every year brings the most beautiful names in international cinema to the Côte d’Azur is officially cut, giving way to a 12 days full of screenings, stars, parties, parties, red carpets, events of various kinds and nature and probably also of scandals and controversies. But, above all and certainly, of clothes, clothes and more clothes.
We will see hundreds of them parading on the red carpet of the Montée des Marches of the Festival, and we will be here ready to look at them one by one, to scrutinize them in the smallest details, to evaluate their colors, volumes, combinations with accessories … and to churn out our inevitable and unquestionable ones ( so to speak, syndicates as well) votes.
The opening of the Festival is entrusted to the screening of the film Coupez!ironic parody of zombie movies that sees the cast of an always splendid one Bérénice Bejo. But the star of this first red carpet is undoubtedly Julianne Moore, enchanting in its solemn and ancient beauty, embellished on this occasion by a black dress by Bottega Veneta (and by emeralds as big as walnuts by Bulgari). Pure in black, but definitely more hot and sexy here Eva Longoria – who pulls a 90s chocker out of the drawer that doesn’t fully convince us). The colors of Italy are excellently defended by Margherita Buy – in Cannes to accompany Marco Bellocchio’s film Night exterior – but also from Baby Vioby the juror Jasmine Trinca – who gives throw-away jacket lessons with nonchalance on the shoulders – and from one Valeria Golino in a state of grace, all thanks to her Dior in an intense shade of peacock blue.
But these are not the only emotions that this red carpet has given us, particularly generous in colors, meters and meters of tulle and daring excesses of imagination (scroll through the photos to the end. promised: you won’t regret it!)
– Cannes Film Festival, as often as the dress code was ignored
Source: Vanity Fair