The 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival has officially kicked off, featuring the kind of glamorous celebrity ensembles we’ve been missing from red carpets over the past year.
Following the festival’s cancellation in 2020 due to the pandemic, stars have officially returned
to the Cannes carpet on July 6 for the opening ceremony and the debut film screening of Leos Carax’s Annette, making up for lost time in a multitude of stunning looks that ranged from embellished floor-length gowns to pantsuits and blazers.
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The Cannes Film Festival is the world’s biggest red carpet. For 75 years, the event’s lineup of premieres and parties has enriched the film industry while providing style devotees with a seemingly endless array of standout fashion.
Cannes’ dress code is famously strict and arguably passé, but it has ensured the festival’s position as the premier showcase for haute couture and decadent gemstones. Cannes is not casual. Unless you’re this year’s inimitably cool jury president, Spike Lee, you don’t get to walk the steps of the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès wearing sneakers.