Julia Fox Wore Yet Another Totally Unusual Red-Carpet Look At The Cannes Film Festival
Fashion at the Cannes Film Festival is known for its glamorous extravagance—and Julia Fox has officially taken that reputation to new heights.
While attending the red-carpet premiere of The Idol last night, the Uncut Gems star showed out in a gauzy white gown made of iridescent (and slightly plastic-like) material. The dress was somewhat see-through, showing off a white fishnet underlay beneath the corseted bodice and voluminous skirt. it additionally included a dramatic off-the-shoulder shawl that wrapped around her arms. To accessorise, she wore sheer white opera gloves, silver hoop earrings, and a midnight blue lipstick.
For the after-party, Fox swapped her gown for an exaggerated clown costume, made out of a similar see-through white fabric. The look consisted of an oversize long-sleeved top adorned with three giant boa feather buttons down the centre, plus a pair of matching and extremely baggy trousers. She topped off the look with a white cap—which featured even more boa feather trim—and clear platform pumps.
Fox made headlines a day prior, when she attended the Art of Elysium Paradis 25th anniversary party in an abstract, structured, glasslike chest piece, which was held around her torso via a sleek halter neck and a strap around her back. The completely see-through piece topped off a voluminous white skirt that featured a dramatically poofy tier and a billowing train. To accessorise, she wore jewellery from Marli New York, including diamond drop earrings, a diamond wrap bracelet, and a diamond ring.
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