Diane Kruger: You might have expected Diane to wear Dior, but instead she opted for this Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 matching ensemble. The boxier tunic is in line with the loose-fitting silhouettes we’ve seen thus far in her Cannes run. But, the embellished attitude and queen of hearts motif sees her embrace her signature edgy-forward side. I love her candy-red lip but I wish she had opted for a sleek pump instead of strappy sandals.


Naomi Campbell: I love how regal yet whimsical Naomi looked in this Christian Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture triple organza dress that was hand-painted and embroidered with a pleated tulle cape. With the cape overlay, it offered a more delicate side to the supermodel’s style, and a refreshing way to wear both sheer and Dior.


Bella Hadid: Speaking of sheer, Bella went for the more ubiquitous Dior look of late with this red tulle corset dress. However, despite the see-through elements, I actually found myself quite liking the sort of beautiful renegade spirit she brought to the frock with the off-the-shoulder detail that insouciantly mixed with the elaborateness of sparkling jewels. My biggest qualm was actually the mini ‘Lady Dior’ bag, as it seemed rather heavy for the diaphanous, diamond-dusted look.