Ciara, Joan Smalls, and Natasha Poly’s Cannes Looks Are Now Shoppable, Courtesy of Dundas x Revolve

Revolve, which is the lower-priced complement to FWRD, is launching Dundas’ namesake collection, under which these dresses will fall (starting at $790). However, there’s also a Dundas x Revolve collaboration, which clocks in at the lower price tags. Dundas is also sold on FWRD. Any which way, if you’re looking for designer pedigree, Revolve Group … Read more

An Indigenous Producer Was Turned Away From the Cannes Red Carpet For Wearing Moccasins

Photo: Courtesy of Kelvin Redvers After being turned away on the red carpet, one of Redvers’s French-speaking colleagues reportedly tried to argue with security that the Cannes dress code should have exceptions for such cultural pieces. But security didn’t budge, and they actually got quite aggressive with the producer. “A fairly aggressive security guard got … Read more

Margaret Qualley’s Chanel Couture Cannes Look Made Her “Feel Like A Princess”

The 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival has delivered blockbuster premieres and, as always, memorable red-carpet fashion. Margaret Qualley did her bit for the cause, having returned to the prestigious festival with a new film named Stars At Noon, directed by Claire Denis, in which she co-stars with Joe Alwyn. “I’m so excited to … Read more

Prizes, Protests, and Pajama Parties: The View From Inside This Year’s Cannes Film Festival

As if that weren’t enough—and at Cannes, enough is never enough—the festival then beamed in President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine on the theater’s enormous screen. Cannes always has political undertones—or overtones, given it was famously halted by a filmmakers’ sit-in back in 1968, staged in solidarity with the student riots in Paris. But never before … Read more

How Alton Mason Channeled Little Richard at the Cannes Premiere of Elvis

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis screening in Cannes last night was one of the festival’s most-anticipated events, and as such, the red carpet was a full-on spectacle. Stars like Tom Hanks, Austin Butler, and Olivia DeJone hit the step and repeat alongside Priscilla Presley. One of the best-dressed cast mates on the scene? That would be Alton … Read more

Léa Seydoux on Sadness, the Superficial, and Her Sadistic New Movie

That film—which Cronenberg predicted would cause fainting and walk-outs—premiered to mostly warm reviews at Cannes. It’s daring, imagining a world in which our bodies become canvases for extreme, surgery-based art, and each incision invokes an orgasm. Seydoux stars alongside Viggo Mortensen, who plays her brooding partner, Saul, and Kristen Stewart, who plays a mousy assistant … Read more

Bella Hadid’s Extravagant Cannes Gown Is Plucked From the ’80s

Stop the presses: Bella Hadid has landed in Cannes! The supermodel touched down in France today to attend the film festival’s screening of The Innocent (L’Innocent). No stranger to delivering a stellar red carpet moment at the Croisette, Hadid chose a vintage design from the 1980s that embraced the decade’s extravagance. Don’t worry though—huge shoulder … Read more