AceShowbiz - Lori Harvey turned heads at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. Having gone through a strict weight loss journey to obtain her fit physique, the social media personality became the belle of the ball when attending the opening of this year's edition of the festival.
The 25-year-old beauty oozed Disney princess vibe in a canary-yellow strapless ruffled ballgown from Alexandre Vauthier Couture. She accessorized with jewels by Messika while flashing a million-watt smile when posing on the red carpet.
Also stealing attention at the premiere of "Final Cut (Coupez!)" on Tuesday, May 17 was Hollywood star Eva Longoria. The actress/director showed some skin in a sheer black Alberta Ferretti gown covered in delicate ruffles and sequins that perfectly fit her svelte figure. She complemented the dress with a jeweled ribbon choker necklace.
Opting for black as well was another actress, Julianne Moore. She looked simple, yet elegant in a plunging black Bottega Veneta ballgown and knockout collar necklace and matching ring, both of which by Bulgari.
Katherine Langford literally sparkled in a silver Prada gown embroidered with silver sequins. The highlight of the dress was at the back which featured an exaggerated bow leading to a train. She wore a pendant necklace worn backwards to accentuate her look.
Deepika Padukone went eclectic as she opted for a dress that combined traditional Indian style and modern glamor. Serving as a Cannes juror, the Denmark-born actress dazzled in a gown with gold and black beaded stripes by Sabyasachi, a gilded headband and shoulder-grazing chandelier earrings.
She posed on the red carpet with Rebecca Hall, who looked hot in a colorful '70s glam Gucci gown complete with rhinestones and ruffled sleeves, statement drop earrings and matching red lipstick.
Lashana Lynch wowed in an ivory jacquard Fendi Couture gown with ribbon detailing and green gem earrings. Opting for a similar hue, Noomi Rapace looked elegant in an off-the-shoulder cream gown with glittering pink earrings.
Also gracing the red carpet were Forest Whitaker, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Audrey Azoulay, the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The gentlemen looked dapper in their suits, while the French civil servant and politician went with a black gown.