At the halfway mark of Festival de Cannes, Jeff Nichols's Loving and Jonathan Jakubowicz's Hands of Stone, made their big screen debut. On the red carpet, the stars proffered up an assortment of striking silhouettes, from age-old classics to more modern and free-form shapes. Kate Moss worked a flowy vintage Halston one-shoulder sheath, alongside sister Lottie Moss, also dressed in red, sporting a Dior A-line tailored dress to show off her trim waist. On the topic of Dior, Kirsten Dunst's creamy creation, which was also from the French maison, was classically cinched at her waist; similar to Ana de Armas who worked with a fuller 'princess' ball gown look. And we also loved Chanel Iman's look, who stepped out in a figure-hugging and racy piece from Kaufman Franco.
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