Oops! Bella Hadid suffers wardrobe malfunction at Cannes

70th Cannes Film Festival opens amid heavy security

70th Cannes Film Festival opens amid heavy security

Bella Hadid naturally attracts flashes on her, they redouble in intensity when, inadvertently, she reveals a little too much.

Gone Girl star and model Emily, 25, mirrored Bella's look in a similarly pale nude satin dress with slender spaghetti straps and a thigh-high skirt split.

This incident was captured ahead of the festival's opening ceremony on Wednesday when she had made her way on the red carpet at Ismael's Ghosts screening with dad Mohamed Hadid. Instead, on this year's red carpet, the Chinese actress is introducing her alter ego, the Cannes judge who wears subdued colours.

In other photo, she can be seen posing with another L'Oreal ambassador Elle Fanning, in pink dress.

Already some seniors like Mallika Sherawat are flashing their oomph factor at the event on the red carpet. However, although Hadid managed, miraculously, to avoid a mishap last year, she was not so lucky this year.

Aged just 31 at the time, Susan wore a white pair of pants and New Balance trainers as she perched on the ledge with her locks blowing in the wind. The older woman was dressed in a long green velvet dress.

Prior to the bash, Bella had taken to Instagram to share snaps of her hanging out with Emily and fellow model Hailey Baldwin in the French Riviera, and also posted photos of her with her glam squad.

"When I first got the call, I was really excited", Smith said, recounting the back-and-forth between him and his publicist with dramatic flair. Johnny Depp's daughter, the 17-year-old actress and model Lily-Rose Depp, appeared in a white dress with gold trimmings.

The gown was designed in a non-traditional style.

Many read his comments as indicating that neither of Netflix's highly-touted films - Okja starring Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal, nor The Meyerowitz Stories with Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller - would win anything at Cannes.

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