Her gown is from the Italian house’s spring 1987 collection.
Our reigning queen of Cannes fashion has returned to the prestigious film festival with yet another glamorous red-carpet look.
Bella Hadid arrived today on the iconic carpeted steps for the screening of The Innocent. The model and Kin Euphorics partner opted for a vintage Versace piece from the Italian fashion house’s spring 1987 collection. A sleek black gown that channeled the glamour of Old Hollywood, the strapless dress flared out to a body-hugging mermaid silhouette and featured a voluminous drape detailing at the waist that tied into a large bow at her back.
She accessorized minimally with a pair of drop diamond earrings and rings.
At last year’s festival, Hadid made a splash in a string of showstopping red-carpet looks. In one instance, Hadid once again selected a vintage dress, that one first seen on Naomi Campbell at Jean Paul Gaultier’s spring/summer 2002 runway. The form-fitting white gown featured a black tulle halter neckline that crisscrossed over her chest and a matching fringe tulle train at the back.
She also memorably wore an avant-garde gown from Schiaparelli‘s haute couture fall/winter 2021–22 collection, designed by Daniel Roseberry. The long-sleeved black wool dress included a neckline that plunged below Hadid’s chest, which was covered by a gold-dipped necklace in the shape of the passageway of the lungs and adorned with rhinestones. For accessories, she wore ruby drop earrings and rings.