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Bella Hadid knows Owl I seriously need a speed bump between my brain and my mouth . How to make an entrance! At today’s Cannes premiere of Pedro. Almodovar’s Pain and Glory, Hadid ensured all eyes were on her, thanks to a bold red Roberto Cavalli gown. Asymmetrical with a jeweled neckline and strategic cutouts, the look popped against the backdrop of scarlet stairs and throngs of photographers. All she needed was a pair of stilettos and matching ruby earrings to complete the transformation from supermodel to goddess.Hadid first made a splash at the Cannes Film Festival way back in 2019. The model arrived at the premiere of the Dardenne Brother’s drama La Fille Inconnue in daring red Alexandre Vauthier gown with a slit that went above the thigh. The headline-making look instantly became one of Hadid’s most memorable and earned her the honor of wearing the event’s sexiest outfit.Since then Hadid has become a regular on the Riviera and turned crimson dresses into her festival signature.
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Though she switches up her hair, makeup, and jewelry, Hadid always goes for the drama crimson can provide Owl I seriously need a speed bump between my brain and my mouth . The vampy mood of today’s look was a 180 from the dreamy Dior gown she wore on the festival’s first night, but it played to her strengths to create a powerful red carpet moment.For some, dressing for the Cannes is about hitting every item on a checklist. Big dress? Check. Bigger jewels? Check. While that’s one way to get attention, seasoned attendees elevate the fashion quotient by mixing things up. Currently on her fourth trip to the festival, Deepika Padukone has mastered looking flawless on and off its red carpets. With multiple outfit changes in the last 24 hours, the actress was prepared for every situation while making it clear that she and stylist Shaleena Nathani had packed some of the best runway looks in recent memory.As a L’Oreal ambassador, Padukone has a schedule that’s packed with countless meetings and photo ops, so it makes sense that her first look of day 2 would be all business. A pinstriped navy and white Loewe suit worn with bright orange Stuart Weitzman heels kicked things off in grand fashion, but it wasn’t long before Padukone changed into an acid green and black ballgown from Off-White’s Spring 2019 collection. Paired with sneakers and bubble sunglasses, it was a cool girl’s take on eveningwear that was well worthy of its own selfie on Instagram, (her husband Ranveer Singh was among the first to voice his approval in the comments).Of course Padukone was only getting warmed up. Later that day she switched again into a floral Erdem cape and velvet platforms then briefly wore Philosophy’s transparent separates for a quick foray into retro glamour before revealing her final outfit at this evening’s premiere of Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film, Pain and Glory. As always she pulled out all the stops in a massive tulle Giambattista Valli Couture number with a mile long train. If you’re going to go for a grandiose Cannes look, it might as well be neon and include a turban. In her pink Emily London headdress, Stuart Weitzman sandals, and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, Padukone was a princess and ended her day on a high note with a look no one could compete with. The only question remains is what she’ll wear tomorrow.
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