From classic demure pieces, to high-risking-slits, Parisian summer to whimsical chic, various fashion choices are everywhere at The 70th Annual Cannes Film Festival. This international cinematographic festival, which highlights the next-talk-of the-town films from different countries, took place from 17 to 28 May 2017, in Cannes, France. And for the fashion savvies out there, the Cannes Red Carpet is the most special and fashionable of the year for the film industry. 

Congratulations to all the Cannes winners, but to be honest, we feel like winners too, due to the wide-array of couture on show! So on that note, here are our favourite looks that we'd love to see incorporate into your next bespoke experience with us, s'il vous plaît...

 

Kendall Jenner in Giambattista Valli

Cohesive and stunning, all about well-designed volume in strategic places, and that light-weight train is perfect for an effortless glam look.

Elle Fanning in Gucci

Unique and adventurous, such a youthful inspired ensemble from a promising actress!

 

Bella Hadid in Dior

We love this quilted texture that resonates a classic and demure gala goer, opt for a showing stopping back a là Bella!


Following Cannes, there was the annual fashion with a cause, amFar, and through this successful star-studded event, amfAR has raised millions of dollars for life-saving research program to fight against AIDS and spread awareness through the global media spotlight.

Check out two of favourite looks from amfAR Gala during the Cannes Film Festival.

Diane Kruger in Alexander McQueen

A major twist on the classic jumpsuit, we absolutely love the mash of the metallic embellishments, alongside feathered textures. We suggest pairing it with a slim pant or skinny jeans, to show off your statement tunic-dress!

Jasmine Tookes in Zuhair Murad

Refined elegance with a twist. If you're afraid to go too bold with risqué silhouette, bring life to your next classic, with a combination of Swarovski beading and lace. 

Until next time, Au Revoir Cannes! 

Words: Shermaine K

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