75 Best Dressed Celebrities on Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet 2022

2022-06-09 07:03:56 By : Ms. Cisy Pei

The 75th Cannes Film Festival is here to fill the sartorial hole in your feed. By Dani Maher and Hayley Peppin

IT’S BEEN A FEW WEEKS since the last big celebrity red carpet event, but if you’re hankering for more glamour, the 75th Cannes Film Festival is here to fill that sartorial hole in your feed.

While its primary purpose is to celebrate the best in international cinema, the festival’s red carpet is also known for producing some stunning celebrity style moments.

With the festival having kicked off on May 17 and concluded on May 28, the red carpet was full of impressive looks. From Eva Longoria in a darling Chopard choker to Australia’s own Katherine Langford in Maison Valentino and custom Prada, read on for the best dressed celebrities on the Cannes 2022 red carpet.

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Wearing a lace-detail Louis Vuitton dress with a sheer skirt and matching opera globes.

Wearing a custom creation by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla.

Wearing Dior Haute Couture embroidered with dégradé black beads with a mesh overlay; accompanied by Boucheron jewels and a Carolina Herrera clutch.

Wearing an Ashi Studio mini dress with dramatic train.

Wearing JELENEW cycling pants with Stephane Rolland Haute Couture.

Wearing Armain Privé and Chopard jewellery.

Wearing Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini with intricate winged jewel by Elsa Jin.

Bella Hadid stunned in a vintage long-sleeved Gucci gown, designed by former creative director Tom Ford. The demure look featured a cheeky cut-out on the hip fit with a gold buckle.

Elsa Hosk wore a black LBD by Valentino — with attached opera gloves. She adorably paired the ’60s-style look with a corresponding headband and sky high pumps.

Summoning the iconic ’90s style of her supermodel mother Cindy Crawford, Gerber made a statement in a red halter column gown by Heidi Slimane.

The star of Elvis Butler wore a dapper double-breasted tuxedo with corresponding bow tie by Prada.

The Melbourne-born actress looked like a Hollywood starlet in a ruffled mint Gucci gown.

Joe Alwyn and Margaret Qualley

CHANEL ambassador Margaret Qualley wore a vintage couture look by the French Maison, meanwhile Joe Alywn donned a suit by Prada.

Serge Ibaka and Cindy Bruna

Cindy Bruna wore a dress by Mônot, which she accessorised with Chopard earrings.

Vanessa Hudgens was dripping jewels as she wore a sheer Miu Miu gown, which featured an embellished high neck.

Nina Dobrev turned heads in a fiery red Mônot gown, which revealed an asymmetrical cut-out neckline and a built-in glove sleeve.

Showing off her iconic curls, Andie MacDowell donned a striped white-and-tan Christian Dior dress.

The legendary British actres dazzled in a long-sleeved gown, decorated with silver sequins and a metallic fringe by Dolce & Gabbana. She styled with Chopard diamond drop earrings and ultra long extensions.

Eva Longoria opted for a daring sheer Alberta Ferretti gown, which showed off her midriff and a thigh-high slit.

Bella Hadid made quite the Cannes entrance in an archival black Versace dress from 1987.

Cara Delevingne and Olivier Rousteing

The British model donned a sheer cut-out dress with corresponding opera gloves. Cara Delevingne was joined by French fashion designer and creative director of Balmain Olivier Rousteing.

Jourdan Dunn is a vision in pink, wearing a dramatic Ashi Studio gown.

CHANEL ambassador Kristen Stewart donned a bright red suit by the French Maison which she accessorised with yellow aviator sunglasses.

Emily Ratajkowski looked classic and elegant, wearing a sheer lace Miu Miu gown — whilst debuting a new full fringe.

Anne Hathaway summoned the style of Brigitte Bardot style to the photocall for Armageddon Time. She wore a Gucci mini dress with a cut-away back, Bulgari jewellery, and metallic platform heels.

The supermodel wore a delicate feathered Valentino gown to the premiere of Decision To Leave.

The Brazilian model wore Elie Saab Couture, which was covered in floral appliqué to the Celebration of Women in Cinema Gala at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.

Daphne Groeneveld wore a deep red gown, featuring an ab cut-out by Zuhair Murad.

Rebecca Hall wore a ’70s-esque Gucci suit with feathered sleeves.

Isabelle Huppert accessorised her green gloved Balenciaga ensemble with dark shades at the Forever Young premiere.

Cindy Bruna wore a baby pink tiered mesh floor-length gown, which she paired with a necklace, ring and earrings by Chaumet.

Donning their now signature hue, Anne Hathaway wore a pink off-the-shoulder jumpsuit by Valentino.

Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander

Alicia Vikander walked the red carpet alongside her husband, Michael Fassender, in a custom Louis Vuitton dress.

The Italian supermodel wore a silky chocolate brown dress by Saint Laurent, which she accessorised with Bulgari jewellery.

The American actress wore a black-and-white column dress, which featured embellishments and an attached tulle train. Kat Graham accessorised with earrings and a ring by Chaumet.

Sharon Stone summoned the architecture of the Mediterranean with a patterned Dolce & Gabbana dress. She later removed the with a voluminous overskirt.

The Norwegian model wore a red backless dress with Chopard jewellery.

The Black Panther star wore a structured all-black ensemble with Chaumet jewellery.

Idris Elba wore a navy Gucci suit, while his wife Sabrina Elba donned a white Tony Ward gown and Tiffany & Co jewellery at the premiere for Three Thousand Years of Longing.

Poppy Delevingne paired her intricately embellished cut-away dress with Chopard jewellery.

The model wore a daring sheer Nensi Dojaka dress with Chopard jewellery.

Wearing Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquière and Chopard jewels.

Wearing a Dior red crepe silk dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri.

Wearing a blush pink Armani Privé gown.

Wearing Balmain, accompanied by boyfriend Andre Lemmers.

Wearing Alexander McQueen, accompanied by her husband, Julius Tennon.

Wearing Maison Valentino and high jewellery by Piaget.

The Top Gun actor wore a sleek salmon-coloured suit.

Wearing Cristina Ottaviano with jewels by Chopard.

Wearing CELINE Homme, accompanied by his wife Keleigh Sperry.

The French model wore Stevens Ishay Couture.

The influencer wore a Nicolas Jebran gown.

Wearing a Louis Vuitton tunic dress with statement red boots.

Wearing an Alberta Ferretti dress, Chopard jewellery, and Aquazzura shoes.

Wearing a black twill Bottega Veneta evening dress on opening night, and accessorising with a statement ‘Tribute to Paris’ necklace from Bulgari’s High Jewellery collection.

The Indian actress wore Sabyasachi.

The Italian fencer wore an embroidered Dior gown.

The Lebanese model wore Azzi & Osta couture with jewels by Chopard.

The Italian actress and director wore a blue silk Dior gown.

The Greek-French actress and director wore navy blue Chanel.

The British actress wore white lace Fendi.

The model wore Messika jewels and a gown by Alexandre Vauthier.

The German model wore instantly recognisable Valentino PP pink.

The French actress wore a verdant Lanvin gown and jewels by Pomellato.

The French journalist, actress and model wore Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquière.

The French actress wore a verdant Lanvin gown and jewels by Pomellato.

The Indian supermodel wore Maison Valentino.

The former Miss France and Miss Universe winner wore an elegant Mugler gown with shoes by René Caovilla and jewels by Boucheron.

The French model and actress wore Yanina Couture and jewellery by Helena Joy.

The German film actress wore a Fovari gown.

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