Cannes: The prize for the most beautiful red carpet goes to…

  • 1 The most colorful

  • On the red carpet, Isabelle Huppert chose grass green, even frog green, the fashionable color this year. But by pushing the cursor! With her full jumpsuit dress, even covering her shoes and hands, the actress wore a very original draped outfit, signed Balenciaga. For the anecdote, a guest, who was just before her on the red carpet, wore the same color of dress, which annoyed Huppert, forced to trample while waiting for the place to become free. In the same “color block” vein, we can also point out the fuchsia pink of Bérénice Bejo, also dressed in a jumpsuit, signed Valentino. Viola Davis, in lemon yellow, also caused a sensation, as did the outfits of Rossy de Palma, the eccentric president of the Camera d’or jury.

  • 2 The most inflated

  • She played it the way of singer Rihanna: Adriana Lima, who for years was one of the angels of the Victoria’s Secret lingerie brand, caused a sensation on the red carpet with her black dress revealing her bare pregnant belly. She started again a few days later in a saffron, ethnic-inspired outfit. A fashion that is not only current in the temporary capital of cinema since Lou Doillon was photographed very pregnant and belly in the air, at the last Gucci show, in Italy.

  • 3 The most timeless

  • Tom Cruise defies time. Arrived by helicopter on the Croisette, he put on a blue T-shirt and matching pants to ensure his master class, before jumping into a tuxedo on the red carpet. Undoubtedly the most scrutinized man of this 75th edition, while his film “Top Gun: Maverick” takes off the box office.

  • 4 The most chameleon

  • She enchants photographers at each of her appearances. This time again, Sharon Stone, 64, who chairs the Amfar (foundation for the fight against AIDS) gala every year in Cannes, has done very well. In a long blue and white Dolce Gabbana dress, accompanied by two young boys, she walked the red carpet, stopped, letting them… tear off the train and make it appear in a sheath! She climbed the stairs twice, including one in a red leather dress with a rhinestone bustier and pilot glasses, very Top Gun… A star, a real one.

  • 5 The most daring

  • Kylie Minogue, during the climb of the steps of the film Elvis, by Baz Luhrmann. The 53-year-old Australian pop star sported a sheer corset over a rhinestone bra and a long slit at the back of her skirt. The model and young mother Emily Ratajkowski in Miu Miu and Chopard jewelry, also set fire to the Croisette. Other strangers have tried to catch the eye of photographers, with outfits as strange as they are provocative, without much success…

  • 6 The craziest

  • The Italian group Måneskin dazzled the audience, in the true sense of the word, with glittering and sequined costumes. Damiano David, Victoria De Angelis, Thomas Raggi and Ethan Torchio walked the red carpet for the presentation of the film Elvis, for which they helped create the music. And they did not skimp on the sequins, the embroidery, the rhinestones and the singer, who had as usual, made up his eyes black. A real parade!

  • 7 The most “red carpet”

  • Red of course! It was the lovely Kaia Gerber in a custom-made Céline who accompanied her companion Austin Butler – the interpreter of Elvis and the new Brad Pitt – who dazzled in red, with her simplicity and her glamor. Less is more. Diane Kruger bet on the same color, with more fabric but less panache… But the palm still goes to Julia Roberts, who is not in red but in black. Simple and elegant, beautiful.

  • 8 Most rock and roll

  • Without hesitation, Cara Delevingne and Olivier Rousteing. Him, artistic director of the Balmain house, in a white suit, unstructured and fluid, with matching wedge shoes. She in a long black dress, geometric and transparent. The muse and creator duo love to pose together on the red carpet, ultra-accomplice!

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