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At this year’s Cannes Film Festivals, we’ve seen our favorite style stars from Blake Lively to Cate Blanchett stun in their gorgeous gowns. But they’re not the only ones to turn heads on the carpet. Supermodels are stepping out for the annual film fest in sexy dresses with the Angelina Jolie thigh-high slit.
On Monday, Adriana Lima made a red-carpet statement in a strapless Alexandre Vauthier bustier dress, which she styled with strappy Giuseppe Zanotti heels and Chopard jewels for The Homesman premiere.
PHOTOS: The Most Glamorous Gowns at the Cannes Film Festival
Lima’s fellow Victoria’s Secret pal Alessandra Ambrosio and Dominican model Arlenis Sosa also showed off their long stems at the screening of Two Days, One Night (Deux Jours, Une Nuit) Wednesday night. Lima stepped out in a beaded one-sleeve Atelier Versace gown embroidered with Swarovski crystals, while Sosa donned a gold-embellished gown designed by Julien Macdonald.
Also spotted revealing their toned legs? Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (in a black Cushnie Et Ochs dress) and Anne Vyalitsyna (in a navy gown) while partying at the De Grisogono soiree with Riley Keough and Cara Delevingne in Cannes Wednesday evening.
Guess it’s time we hit up the gym, like, now.
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