Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski made a decision to ditch their gowns for something more comfortable after the glitzy Cannes opening gala. If anyone had any doubt what glamour is about, this is it: "it's the red carpet, it's the Hollywood movie stars, it's the palm trees and the sunshine, it's just handsome - not forgetting the great movies", said Eva Herzigova, who opted for a gold-embroidered Roberto Cavalli gown.
Bella was accompanied by her father Mohamed Hadid, who walked alongside her on the carpet.
"Oh please, generous God, make my boobs look half as good as Susan Sarandon's when I, too, am 70 years-old".
Model Emily Ratajkowski showed up in flowing golden silk and Audrey Hepburn hair. Around her neck, she wore a diamond and sapphire necklace that gave us major Titanic vibes, with an oversized pendant in deep blue hanging from the short icy chain.
Along with seven art stars such as Mathieu Amalric, Marion Cotillard, and Uma Thurman, the nine-member jury that is headed by the Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar, and includs American actress Jessica Chastain, Will Smith and Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, opened the mythical festival's red carpet.
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The 41-year-old put on a leggy display in an unusual gold embellished jumper dress, wearing a matching pleated skirt underneath.
With her red briefs pulled high above her hips, Emily ensured all eyes fell on her jaw-dropping six pack and petite waist. She was spotted chatting with Julianne Moore and also hugged and laughed with her 3 Generations co-star Elle Fanning.
Bella turned up in a gorgeous full-length, blush pink, strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline, opting for a classically glamorous look with a modern twist: a big ol' split up the thigh.
Uma Thurman poses for cameras. It was all superbly complimented by her blonde locks. They arrived for their first meeting Thursday with smiles, posing for photographs on the front porch of the presidential Elysee Palace.More news: Special counsel pick could boost faith in Justice Dept.