The red carpet has been rolled out 75th edition of Cannes film festival. With an intense twelve-day schedule, the event features dozens of films produced across the globe and features some of the biggest names in world cinema on the famous Côte d’Azur red carpet.
On this second day, the influencer Nathalie Osman was one of the first to walk the red carpet for the screening of the film “Tchaikovsky’s wife (Zhena Chaikovsky)”.
This time, five directors are arguing Palme d’Or, an unprecedented event for the prize: the Belgian Charlotte Vandermeersch (“Le Otto Montagne”); the French Claire Denis (‘Stars at Noon’) and Léonor Serraille, (Un Petit Frère); the Italian-French Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (“The Almond Trees”); and American Kelly Reichardt (“Showing Up”). On screen, actresses Anne Hathaway, Alicia Vikanders, Kristen Stewart and Léa Seydoux also stand out in productions that will be presented in this edition.
At the opening of the red carpet on Monday (17), glamor reigned: a profusion of sparkles (whether in the embroidery, the brocades and/or the metallic effect) and the imposing jewels reigned in productions chosen by stars such as Katherine Langford, Julianne Moore and Lashana Lynch.
Here, we’ve rounded up all the looks that walked the red carpet at the event.
Cannes Film Festival 2022: the red carpet
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