Cannes red carpet made of diversity and side cracks
Browse the gallery and see the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival, which falls in its 72nd edition. An opening ceremony that kicked off with The Dead Don't Die [Photographs: Stephane Mahe / Reuters]
72nd Cannes Film Festival - Opening ceremony and screening of the film "The Dead Don't Die" in competition - Red Carpet arrivals - Cannes, France, May 14, 2019. Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Jury President of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, and Jury Members Maimouna N'Diaye, Yorgos Lanthimos, Kelly Reichardt, Alice Rohrwacher, Elle Fanning Enki Bilal, Robin Campillo, and Pawel Pawlikowski. REUTERS / Jean-Paul Pelissier TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Just a week apart from the sheer eccentricity of the fashion gala At the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York, the MET gala, the red carpet of the most renowned European film festival, Cannes, seems utterly discrete. But there is, strangely enough, a commonality between her: the rules don't seem to have paraded at both times.
If limitless madness dominated the festivities across the Atlantic, on this side was the diversity of choices and choices on the part of the stars that marked the red carpet: there were short but also long dresses, smooth and solid tones, but also pastels. There were more contained patterns, necklines and proposals. The proposal, however, seen more, was the choice of deep side cracks, but in completely different models from each other.
See the gallery and catch up on the style show that took place on the evening of Tuesday, May 14, on the French riviera's seafront and about the 72nd film festival.
This edition has 21 films in contention for the coveted Palm of Gold, to be delivered on May 25, and a panel of judges chaired by Mexican director Alejandro González Iñarritu. A show in which the new film by Spanish director Dolor y Gloria Pedro Almodóvar emerges from the favorites, a party in Cannes in which one expects to be able to view the last episode of the War of Thrones series.