From Elsa Pataky to Anya Taylor-Joy: the best looks from the second day of the Cannes Film Festival

On Wednesday night, the Grand Théâtre Lumière hosted the premiere of Furiosa, the long-awaited film starring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Burke and Anya Taylor-Joy.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
15 May 2024 Wednesday 16:32
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From Elsa Pataky to Anya Taylor-Joy: the best looks from the second day of the Cannes Film Festival

On Wednesday night, the Grand Théâtre Lumière hosted the premiere of Furiosa, the long-awaited film starring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Burke and Anya Taylor-Joy. As already happened at the Met Gala, the Australian actor attended the event accompanied by Elsa Pataky, who dazzled with her style on La Croisette.

This 2024, the Madrid actress has returned through the front door to the red carpet with her spectacular looks at events such as the Oscar Awards or in the latest edition of the gala organized by Anna Wintour last Monday, May 6. Pataky shined at the Cannes Film Festival in a vintage black Armani Privé dress, specifically from the fall-winter 2005 Haute Couture collection.

The actress exuded glamor with a strapless design, a pronounced V-neckline and a skirt with a flared hem and a train finish. A creation that she also stood out for was the straps with rhinestones on the back and that created a most spectacular effect. Elsa put her hair up in a casual bun and opted for very flattering makeup with Charlotte Tilbury products.

Anya Taylor-Joy wore an elegant design by Dior, a brand for which she is an ambassador. The actress looked spectacular in a jewel-knit, princess-style design, with a strapless neckline and a corseted silhouette. She completed the look with a striking necklace, her long hair tied up in a high bun, and a powerful red lipstick.

Naomi Campbell dared to use sensual transparencies with an impeccable Chanel dress. The supermodel took a risk with a design full of details, such as the dropped-effect straps made with pearls, the part of the top full of sequins and the long skirt that combined sequins and transparencies.

Greta Gerwig, who serves as president of the jury for this 77th edition, opted for red with an Armani Privé design with a pronounced sweetheart neckline and jewel straps.

Cindy Bruna did not leave anyone indifferent with her total gray look with a striped print by Laruicci. The French model wore three pieces with an oversized cut and a lot of volume, with a trench coat with marked shoulder pads and length to the feet, an Italian collar shirt that she wore unbuttoned at the abdomen, and high-waisted, wide-leg pants.

Eva Green showed up in an exclusive black and gold design by Olivier Rousteing for Balmain. The actress was radiant in a high-neck, long-sleeved, mermaid silhouette design that stood out for its mesh fringes and gold stud patches. A look that she wore with gothic style makeup and black manicure.