On Tuesday, the supermodel, 24, wore a curve-hugging black and white gown with a high-fashion version of the scarf top trend on the red carpet for the film festival’s “Annette” showing.
The classic Jean Paul Gaultier Couture dress is from the Spring 2002 collection and has a skin-baring halter neckline fashioned from the same thin tulle as the long train that wraps around her neck, exactly like Kylie Jenner’s favorite designs.
She avoided the thigh-high slits that had been a staple of her past Cannes looks, instead of focusing on the long black train of her gown.
For the French event, Hadid wore her hair back and accessorized with Chopard jewelry, including a pair of statement-making silver hanging earrings.
This year’s festival opener, Leox Carax’s “Annette,” is among a long list of films competing for the Palme d’Or at the 74th Cannes Film Festival.
Marion Cotillard, Jessica Chastain, and Helen Mirren joined the catwalk on the red carpet for the premiere.
It’s not the first time Hadid has dazzled in a unique gown at the French Riviera event; in 2019, she was astonished in a red-hot Roberto Cavalli gown.
She previously cranked up the heat with a plunging crimson gown in 2016 and a silk strapless gown in 2017.
Off the red carpet, the supermodel likes barely-there fashions as well, lately surviving the summer heat in single-button designs that exposed flesh with pelvic cutouts.
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