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Fashion highlights in Cannes film festival

Cannes 2016 has witnessed numerous fashion trends. The exceptional design talent of the celebs’ designers added a tonne of glamor to the festival itself.  While the slit gowns and flat heels have been the highlights in the fest, stars from across the globe surprised the audience with their exceptionally unique outfits at the Cannes 2016.

 

Blake Lively’s baby bump-hugging number has been a real show stopper. Kendall Jenner’s flawless feathery cocktail dress in cream is a jaw dropping outfit.  Kate Moss’s metre long fire engine red gown has stolen the hearts of the crowd.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, the Indian model and actress made waves with a bejeweled dress; bold, bright purple lipstick with her golden gown, decked with multi-colored floral embellishments, took social media by storm. Ruth Naga earned her stripes not only on Oscar’s best Actress prediction but also by making fashion statement on the red carpet.

Cannes film festival has also witnessed some of the mind boggling fashion trends from Bollywood stars like Sonam Kapoor. Sonam Kapoor surprised the crowd by adding vintage glamor to her looks at the Chopard party at Cannes with a black strapless gown. The custom-designed ball gown by Ralph and Russo on Sonam was an eye catcher.  The bright red lips with little make up to the eyes made her look nothing less than an angel.  The diamond necklace and lace gloves of Sonam reflected the dexterity of the designers.

Model Bella Hadid caused a tremor on the Cannes red carpet in her split red silk dress by Alexandre Vauthier during the screening of Unknown Girl. The silk wrap gown was low-cut, backless, however the long slit went dangerously close to showing a lot more than a 19-year-old would care for. Bella paired the gown with sparkling diamonds, an elegant swept updo hair and sky-high black heels, carrying off the dress without a single mishap. At least there wasn’t one which would have been caught on camera.  

Kendall Jenner's figure-hugging black Roberto Cavalli Couture dress had been an eye stealing number in the Cannes 2016. The floor-length dress with an adorned cobra-like lace overlay and a Victorian style neckline shot up the glam on the red carpet, and Jenner has been a sheer representation of the couture design.

Model Iman’s skin-baring halter neck cut-out gown scores big points on the risqué factor. The silver and pink metallic number, clubbed with a pair of fortress tall gold heels and a small, box like clutch bag completed the head-turning look. The red carpet was blessed with Kristen Stewart, who's been making special appearance all through the festival, she had a Chanel shirt and lavishly printed full skirt to the premiere of the Cafe Society. She was aware of the importance of the pockets, but overall the look just didn't cut it.

Toni Garrn, the German model was spotted with a strapless black dress with a daring-high slit in the red carpet. The gown had quirky triangle-shaped panels at the chest which exuded flirtatiousness. Model Izabel Goulart arrived on the red carpet in a lingerie. Blush-hued brushed silk made for a tie-waist duster coat over the intricately beaded bodice with outlined cups.

Veteran actress Julianne Moore’s shimmering sheer Givenchy black dress for the Cafe Society premiere. The Cannes 2016 reflected to an extent reflected the love of snakes among the stars worldwide, as Kendall Jenner's sheer dress also has snake overlays and Moore's ensemble features jaw dropping cobra-like embellishments

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