Bella Hadid In A Gorgeous Vintage 1987 Versace Gown At The Cannes International Film Festival

The supermodel and co-founder of Kin Euphorix doubled down on Versace with two vintage ensembles from the house. Because he attended the French Film Festival. Bella Hadid brought a dose of vintage Italian glamour to the French Riviera. On Tuesday, the 25-year-old runway model spent her first day at the Cannes International Film Festival with not one, but two, styles styled by the celeb. Spent in a vintage Versace ensemble—Love Images architect Law Roach.

At the screening of The Innocent L’Innocent

At a screening of The Innocent L’Innocent, Hadid wore a black off-the-shoulder gown that was stitched at the waist. Which featured huge peplum detailing, which was wrapped around the waist to form a structured bow. She completed the look with a stunning pair of Chopard drop earrings, and a glitter ring, along with a pair of black velvet stilettos embellished with bows. As first reported by Vogue, the gown was designed by the late Gianni Versace in 1987 for the Teatro Alla Scala production of the opera Salome.

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Captioned the post on Instagram

He showed his love for the look with an Instagram carousel of black and white behind-the-scenes photos. “Thank you for all the wonderful dresses that you @luxurylaw and I borrowed from your collection, @donatella_versace. I hope to make you and Gianni proud forever…,” she captioned the post. In a conversation with Interview magazine, Hadid talked about her involvement in that look. The model is known for her style board, which included a 25-page presentation, in fiddle style.

Accessorized with Chopard Jewelery

Later in the evening, Hadid attended the Cannes Anniversary Dinner wearing another vintage Versace number. It pulled from the house’s Fall 2001 ready-to-wear collection. The skin-baring design included a plunging neckline and waist cutouts. She again accessorised with Chopard jewellery. She paired both the ensembles with a sleek bun that featured a heavy winged eyeliner and glossy lip, along with a cool face-framing front piece.

The model made the Cannes red carpet her Runway

This isn’t the first time the model has graced the Cannes red carpet as her runway. Last year, she attended a screening of Three Floors (Tre Pian) in a Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown designed by Daniel Roseberry. While the dress teamed up with impressive shoulder pads and a figure-hugging silhouette. The talk of the carpet was her chest-baring neckline covered by a gilded brass necklace-bra in the shape of a lung.

Attended the Met Gala in a Matrix-esque gown

The Swarovski ambassador doesn’t shy away from fashion risks either. Earlier this month, they unveiled a design by Ricardo Tisci, Burberry’s chief creative officer. Attended the Met Gala in a Matrix-esque gown. The ensemble consisted of a leather corset bodysuit paired with lace gloves, stockings, and a train. For a touch of elegance, she accessorised with beads as she wore it around her ankle.

Gilded Glamor Dress Code and “In America”

I tried to narrow it down to the period 1895 to 1903,” she noted of her inspiration. Which respected the evening’s gilded glamor dress code and “In America An Anthology of Fashion” theme. “I really got a lot of regard for And the big dresses and tulle and obviously corsets and bustiers, but we also wanted to make sure. It’s pretty much Ricardo – very simple, but chic.

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