7 of The Best Dressed Celebrities At Cannes Film Festival

We have rounded up some of our favourite looks from the 2024 red carpets including the opening ceremony and Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga premier.

Greta Gerwig at the Cannes Film Festival 2024.

Even before the first red carpet began, the 2024 Cannes Film Festival got off to a strong sartorial start on Monday when Anya Taylor-Joy was photographed arriving at Hotel Martinez in a one-shouldered Altein dress and larger-than-life sunhat. Later came Jury President Greta Gerwig in Carven, then in daytime Maison Margiela Artisanal; followed by Lily Gladstone in back-to-back Gucci moments and Meryl Streep in a crisp white Michael Kors suit. The annual A-list gathering was off to the races. 

The festival officially began on Tuesday evening with the customary Opening Ceremony, which brought out eveningwear from Giorgio Armani Privé (on Eva Green) to Elie Saab (on Jane Fonda).

Hunter Schafer, and Margaret Qualley, is also set to make waves with its intriguing premise and stellar performances. Each premiere not only marks a significant cultural event but also a major fashion showcase, where designers vie for their creations to be worn by the stars.

The Cannes Film Festival is more than just a celebration of film; it’s a spectacle of style. Celebrities often take this opportunity to collaborate with top designers, making bold fashion statements that will be talked about for years.

As the festival continues, we can expect to see even more incredible fashion moments. Each day will bring new premieres, new films, and new outfits, making Cannes a dynamic celebration of both cinema and style. Here’s a roundup of some of the best looks from Cannes so far.

Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Taylor-Joy made a stunning entrance at the premiere of “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.” She dazzled in a glittering tulle Dior ballgown, complemented perfectly by exquisite Tiffany & Co. jewellery. Her look was the epitome of elegance, setting a high standard for the red carpet.

Anya Taylor-Joy.

Naomi Campbell

Supermodel Naomi Campbell wowed the crowd by digging into the fashion archives for her Cannes appearance. She wore a vintage Chanel Couture dress from the spring/summer 1997 collection, proving that timeless elegance never goes out of style.

Naomi Campbell.

Taylor Hill

Model Taylor Hill turned heads in a custom Balmain dress, which she paired with a statement Messika collar necklace and Jimmy Choo sandals. Her look was a masterclass in modern glamour, blending contemporary design with classic sophistication.

Taylor Hill.

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep attended the screening of “Le Deuxième Acte” on May 14, exuding grace and poise. While specific details of her outfit have yet to be disclosed, Streep’s presence alone is enough to captivate any audience, both on and off the screen.

Meryl Streep.

Greta Gerwig

Director Greta Gerwig embraced bold colours in a custom red Armani Privé gown, accessorised with Chopard jewellery. Her look was a vibrant celebration of fashion, reflecting her dynamic personality and creative spirit.

Greta Gerwig.

Heidi Klum

Model Heidi Klum attended the Opening Ceremony in a couture gown by Saiid Kobeisy. The dress featured a voluminous skirt, making Klum look every bit the Hollywood royalty she is. Her ensemble was a perfect blend of drama and sophistication.

Heidi Klum.

Shanina Shaik

Model Shanina Shaik turned up the heat in a romantic red Zuhair Murad gown. The intricate detailing and flowing silhouette of the dress made a powerful fashion statement, ensuring all eyes were on her.

Shanina Shaik.