After rocking an elegant Dundas bow gown, the actress returns with a neon Giambattista Valli number.
After rocking a sugary pink Zac Posen gown at the Met Gala last week, Deepika Padukone made a splash at the Cannes Film Festival hitting us with not one but two killer red carpet looks back-to-back.
Today, the actress attended the Dolor Y Gloria (Pain and Glory) screening in a lime green Giambattista Valli tulle confection accented with a soft pink bow and silk belt. She paired the bold gown with a floral headband by Emily-London and nude sandals.
The layered high-low skirt on the dress was a total masterpiece, with the train adding some extra drama with each step up the stairs.
Yesterday, Padukone was equally stunning in a dramatic custom Dundas gown. The voluminous look featured puff sleeves, a plunging neckline, a thigh-high slit, a massive train, and, to top it all off, a magnificent black bow branching out from a belt at the waist.
The dress was peak Cannes – elegant, tastefully over-the-top, and sexy—and Padukone pulled it off perfectly. The photos say it all:
For beauty, she went for a taut high ponytail with a leather hair wrap, deep eyeliner, and pink lipstick. For a touch of sparkle, she accessorized with diamond Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, including hoop earrings, a portrait-cut ring, and stacked bracelets. On her feet, she wore minimal Aquazzura heeled sandals.
The actress wore her black and white ensemble to the screening of Rocketman, the upcoming Elton John biopic, joining other well-dressed guests like Priyanka Chopra, Julianne Moore, and Bella Hadid on the red carpet.
Earlier today, Padukone barely gave us a second to breathe before hitting us with more epic looks. Even before slipping into her neon Giambattista dress, she flaunted four different outfits for various press appearances and events, and showed them all off on Instagram in a matter of hours.
She started off with a blue and white striped Loewe suit with orange pumps:
Followed by a cool tulle-meets-snakeskin gown and sneaker combo by Off-White:
Next came a sheer, boho-chic Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini look:
Then there was this floral gown with yet another bow accent:
We can only imagine what else she has packed for her Cannes trip.