7 Princess-Worthy Looks from Cannes 2016 Red Carpet

7 Princess-Worthy Looks from Cannes 2016 Red Carpet

The 69th annual Cannes Film Festival is currently at its height having officially kicked off on May 11, 2016 and set to last till May 22, 2016. The out-and-out cinephiles among us have probably no further expectations from this high-ranking event than to whet their cinematography appetites, but for fashion-hunters the Cannes Film Festival is absolutely another game, namely the game of reveling in those bedazzling fashion and beauty moments. Starting from afternoon photocalls to evening film premiers to Vanity Fair/Chopard party, let alone all those out and about moments, the Cannes Film Festival 2016 is bursting at the seams with luxurious red carpet looks and just laid-back insouciant vistas. We have seen myriads of dazzling looks both audacious and discreet, femme fatale and sweet babe and today’s order is to zero in on those princess-worthy Disney-inspired looks we have been so enthused to see on the red carpet. Below we present 7 princess-worthy celebrity looks from the Cannes 2016 red carpet that just scream to head to any ritzy ceremony.

7 Princess-Worthy Looks from Cannes 2016 Red Carpet

1. Blake Lively in Vivienne Westwood

The most discussed mom-to-be at this juncture is surely the American beauty Blake Lively, who seems to have put her shoulder to the wheel to mesmerize us with her countless red carpet appearances since the first day of Cannes 2016. On Friday, she was the Cinderella of the ball, appearing on the red carpet dressed in an ethereal pastel blue Vivienne Westwood ball gown with sweet floral appliques on the bodice. Her beauty choice was equally dreamy and princess-worthy, featuring a tousled updo accessorized with a thin bow headband and natural makeup with the accents placed on the sweet pink lips.

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Blake Lively in Vivienne Westwood

2. Riley Keough’s Sweet Honey Look in Gucci

The actress and model, who is the eldest grandchild of the late Elvis Presley, Riley Keough has assuredly a knack for not only acting and modeling but also unleashing her whole princess-worthy allure on the red carpet at Cannes 2016. The auburn-haired beauty celebrated the premiere of the newest American Honey film on Sunday afternoon donning a honey yellow and purple lace gown from Gucci with flirty frills and an audacious plunging neckline. Just to enhance her whole melting honey sweetness, what else could better work than auburn hair secured into an effortless bun with some strands left out from the front and soft sun-kissed complexion?

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Riley Keough in Gucci

3. Blake Lively in Atelier Versace

The Saturday night (May 14) saw Blake Lively hitting the BFG premiere decked into an Atelier Versace one-shoulder crystal-embellished gown in azure blue just in keeping with the French Riviera, hugging her body to show off the whole pulchritude of the baby bump, while the long train and side slit were meant to spread her allure to all directions. The princess-worthy look was finished off with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and tousled hair pulled back into a low ponytail.

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Blake Lively in Atelier Versace

4. Kristina Bazan in Alberta Ferretti

Another princess-worthy look we have spotted on the Cannes 2016 red carpet is undeniably fashion blogger Kristina Bazan’s red appearance at the Slack Bay (Ma Loute) premiere. Her cropped two-piece Alberta Ferretti gown with a floral surface and royal shimmer was successfully combined with her full red lips and side-swept old Hollywood curls.

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Kristina Bazan in Alberta Ferretti

5. Araya A. Hargate’s Punk Princess Magnetism

On Sunday night, Araya A. Hargate appeared on the red carpet in an off-the-wall princess-worthy look featuring a black velvet ball gown with a striped satin full skirt, a design from the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture collection, while the precious drop earrings, the center-part sleek chignon and the expressive smoky eyes came to complete her whole punk princess magnetism.

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Araya H. Hargate in Jean Paul Gaultier Couture

6. Amal Clooney’s Greek Goddess Side

Amal Clooney unleashed the Greek goddess in her at the Money Monster premiere hitting the red carpet in an ethereal canary yellow Atelier Versace gown with one shoulder exposed, yet gently covered with her glamorous side-swept locks. The dress might not have been the comfiest one to walk in, but it definitely brought out the best in Mrs. Clooney, who opted for her signature red lips to finish off the princess-worthy red-carpet look.

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Amal Clooney in Atelier Versace

7. Araya A. Hargate in Zuhair Murad

Thai model and actress Araya Hargate assuredly showed far the most Cinderella-inspired look while attending the BFG premiere during the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival. She had all and sundry staring at her powdery pink Zuhair Murad gown decorated with powdery blue floral prints becoming all the more massive with a half-overskirt. To infuse the princess-worthy look with more elegance she opted for a slick side-parted updo and subtle smoky eyes.

Cannes 2016 Red Carpet Fashion: Araya H. Hargate in Zuhair Murad

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Written by Anush Hovhannisyan
Anush is an enthusiastic person with a wide range of interests. She is in love with foreign languages, traveling and never stops exploring new aspects of life. Fashion is one of her passions, which adorns her life with new colors and spices and enhances her sense of beauty. Find her on Google+ and LinkedIn