Day 4 of Cannes 2019 was interesting. There was a wide variety of premieres namely 'Little Joe', 'Pain and Glory' and 'Too Old to Die Young'. Similarly, there were a wide variety of outfits which varied from stunning to 'Thank You, Next'. Our Hollywood celebs tried really hard but some fell short of the mark! Here are some of the celebrities who failed to impress and to whom we say better luck next time.
1. Amber Heard
The 'Rum Diary' star wowed as she slipped into an extravagant plum silk asymmetric dress paired with racy thigh-high leather boots for her sultry turn on the carpet. The stunning dress featured a statement shoulder pad adorned with shimmering ruffles that added couture edge to the ensemble. Cinching in at her slender waist with a sleek ribbon, the dress also had a split skirt, which revealed the star's enviable legs in her scarlet leather stiletto boots. Her platinum tresses were swept back from her visage in a sculpted quiff while her radiant make-up look featured fluttery lashes and berry lipstick. She accessorized with sparkling diamond dropper earrings and a glittering ring as she waved to the crowds. Don't get us wrong. We love the outfit, the only thing that didn't work were the boots. They just didn't match the aesthetic she was going for. With a thigh-high slit, we expected some leg to show, but the boots killed the mood.
2. Corey Rae
Corey Rae wore an army green DSQUARED2 — Dean & Dan Caten dress. The dress was ill-fitted and didn't flatter her at all. Moreover, the slit in the midriff was totally unnecessary. What was worse were the shoes which didn't match the dress or her aesthetic. Honestly, the whole look was very confused.
3. Rossy de Palma
Speaking of confused looks on day four, Rossy de Palma hit the jackpot. She wore a black rather oddly cut dress which was embellished with what looked like the Camp remains of the Met Gala. The colors totally contrasted the black in a good way and that is the only nice thing we can find to say about it. The shoes were the best thing about this outfit.
Horia wore a black and white floor length dress which had a patterned halter neck. The skirt had an odd flare to it and the patterns on the dress clearly clashed.
5. Victoria Bonya
Victoria Bonya looked like a disco-ball that was falling apart. She wore a silver sequined Vice Domini one-piece with a plunging neckline and bell-bottomed pants. The outfit looked great on her body but the fabric looked like it was peeling.
6. Ola Farahat
Ola Farahat made a bold choice of a multicolored floor-length gown. The gown and the outfit were very pulled together but the colors just didn't work. It looked like an oddcross between a Jackson Pollock painting and shiny gift wrapping paper.
7. Araya Hargate
Araya Hargate wore a red, Jean Paul Gaultier gown. We get that it is Haute Couture, but the wing-like structures on the shoulders were a little putting. The neck-piece, on the other hand, was stunning. Well, we don't know if we're allowed to say this, but 'Butterfly Fly Away'!
8. Deepika Padukone
What can we say about this other than we expected more from Padukone. In a pale green, Giambattista Valli tulle gown with a pale pink bandana, Deepika looked nothing short of a loofah. Again, when you say go big or go home, you don't necessarily have to go with the former. Sometimes, you can take the cascading tulle and go home.
9. Tiziana Rocca
Tiziana Rocca channeled spring in her dress. Wearing an Atelier Eme high-low flared dress. The dress was fine as there was an unsaid spring/floral theme. But, the shoes just ruined the whole look she was aiming at.
10. Taylor Hill
Taylor Hill wore a blue and white floral two-piece which was attached to a similarly printed cape which had an extended train. The whole outfit stood out individually, but not as a whole. T'was cute, but didn't work.
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