2018 Cannes Film Festival – The best looks and also the worst… oh boy!

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This 71st Cannes Film Festival will be an edition to remember. For sure the French film festival will always be a special event. With the glamorous and activist Cate Blanchett as president, we could only see great positions taken. What is not allowed: Selfies, Harvey Weinstein and avant-premières! This year it was once again a sexy year for the Cannes festival with quite daring looks. Here are our best two looks and, oh boy, the two worst ones.

Top: Julianne Moore in Givenchy Haute Couture

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The lady in red(head) walking the red carpet. This was a pure glamorous moment. We would love to see more elegance like this one. Julianne Moore had a very outstanding look and she definitely made her entrance.

Top: Diane Kruger in Armani Privé

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What can we say about Diane Kruger in this amazingly beautiful Armani Privé dress? She is a true princess. It remind us of her epic role as Helen in Troy. This Armani Prive asymmetrical gown whispered across the red carpet with dreamy allure. We love the weightless diaphanous layers rendered in sublime sky blue, with her Chopard jewels proving their sparkling companionship to the embellished bodice.

Bad: Kendall Jenner transparent dress during the Chopard evening

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Obviously Kendall Jenner is a very beautiful woman. We know it, she knows it… everybody know it. So please Kendall: stop showing yourself with transparent dresses. There is no need to go over the top, because it becomes overrated. During the traditional Chopard evening, Kendall Jenner showed up with a 2016 Alexandre Vauthier dress. It was really awful as there was no room for imagination (as we say). The Cannes Film Festival should have a more strict dress code.

Bad: Free-the-nipple with a daring guest

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A guest frees the nipple in an elaborate, sheer-topped jumpsuit. This was just a way to appear to make the news. It is ugly and cheap. Such a look should be forbidden at the Cannes Film Festival. There is no glamour in revealing “all of it”. This was for sure the worst sexy oops.

We could write loads about the best looks as well as the worst ones. Cannes Film Festival represents a special moment in the year to shine, reveal oneself and maybe experience a small moment of celebrity. We expects much better from such a high-level film festival but anyway. It has been like this since at least 1954.

Stars are revealed.

José Amorim

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José Amorim

José Amorim has been working in the luxury industry for more than 15 years. In the past 8 years, he joined his personal passion for digital culture and his luxury background to develop digital strategies for premium brands. He is the founder of LuxuryActivist.com and is happy to share his passion here.