Hannah Kern by Louis Christopher for Grazia UK
What the hell is bohemian about this outfit, you might ask. This is the most boho I could ever get; a midriff, plaid wide leg trousers, maxi cardigan AND weird silver jewelry all at the same time? C’mon. I mean I know I wear my whiter than clouds on a blue sky pumps but let’s imagine they are some kind of flatforms and my outfit is more shabby – I think we’re there. (And if you look at my trousers long enough you can see little black dots – tried and tested.)
Yeah I went there. I always wanted to use “Cannes” in a word play and even though I know that it’s not pronounced as “can” I couldn’t help myself. My apologies for the French speaking people out there.
A rainy opening ceremony and “The Great Gatsby” premier couldn’t hamper the awesomeness of the red carpet basically owned by Dior and Roberto Cavalli gowns. Carey Mulligan‘s minimal Dior gown is a wonderful change from her Daisy Buchanan character, which in my opinion was about to stick for a long time. And thanks to her bold red lipstick choice she doesn’t look washed up.
Cara Delevingne is her hot self in Burberry (what else) and Solange Knowles flows in a Cavalli gown that works perfectly with her skin. My other favouite is Zhang Yuqi wearing an Ulyana Sergeenko gown in a shade of green which normally I am not a fan of but looks breathtaking on its owner. Other ladies who rock their Cavalli gowns are Paz Vega, Georgia May Jagger and Cindy Crawford.
Everybody who wore Dior to the premier (Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Zhang Ziyi) looks as elegant as you can imagine. Looks I don’t like personally are Isla Fisher in a prom dress looking Oscar de la Renta gown that does nothing to her, Florence Welch in Miu Miu (I really don’t get what she tried to do there) and Lana Del Rey with her weird posture.