The Best Fashion at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival – Town & Country Magazine

The 75th Cannes Film Festival is finally here. Since its advent in 1946, Cannes has always been one of the most highly anticipated industry events of the year. There’s no doubt that the excitement surrounding this festival has much to do with witnessing the best in cinema, but we also must acknowledge that over these next 12 days, the world of fashion will have a moment to shine too, and La Croisette will be its stage.

Industry leaders, cinema stars, and celebrities are once again descending upon the French Riviera in their finest ensembles, and one brand in particular is set to make a prominent appearance: Chopard. Honoring a special 25-year partnership with the festival, Chopard will showcase 75 bespoke high jewels on this year’s red carpet.

Ahead, preview a curated collection of T&C’s favorite festival looks, which we’ll continue to update throughout the event.

The No Time To Die star showed us that elegance has everything to do with sharp tailoring and intricate details. The beaded designs on Lynch’s FENDI Couture dress pair well with her silver accessories.

Baby blue has dominated fashion runways in recent seasons, and now it’s making an appearance in Cannes. This year, model Frédérique Bel opted for a blue-hued look with subtle sequins and bold feathers.

Semi-sheer fabric has proven to be a popular theme on the Cannes red carpet, and Eva Longoria takes it to elevated heights with an Alberta Ferretti dress featuring a plunging neckline and paired with a striking Chopard choker.

Petit’s jeweled headpiece coupled with her delicate mint green gown makes for an ethereal ensemble. Perhaps the tiara is an ode to her pageant days, as Miss France 2021.

Sometimes, simplicity is a statement in itself—and Moore’s structured A-line dress perfectly shows off her emerald diamond necklace.

Actress Patricia Contreras made a statement on the red carpet with this shimmering silver look which fades into black.

Trains are nothing new to the red carpet scene, but this look, which features pockets is a new take on the classic.

Lori Harvey’s Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture gown appears summery and effortless, a combination that’s ideal for an event on the French Riviera.

During an event where prints seemed to be missing from the red carpet, Anne Parillaud delivered with this complex piece. It makes you stare— at the design, the minuscule details, the blend of colors. And for that reason, it made its way onto our list.

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