She walked the red carpet in a strapless mauve ball gown by Christian Dior, paired with a diamond necklace and bracelet.
Her long straight hair and neutral makeup were equally elegant.
The Dior Haute Couture dress was sleeveless with thin straps, a natural waistband, and a flower collar.
She wore it with black sandals, heavy eye makeup, and Bvlgari snake jewelry.
She wore a black mermaid dress by Gianni Versace in 1987. She had a ruffled, strapless bodice, a velvet skirt, and a collar of black fabric around her waist and thighs.
Her white vintage Gucci dress was simple, with long sleeves and a straight skirt.
But she wore it from below, adding instead a pair of metal-covered panties, which could be seen through the circular opening at her hip.
Her dress was designed by Roberto Cavalli Couture. Under it were panties that matched her skin tone and gave the appearance of a sheer dress.
It’s also embellished with crystals and has a floor-length skirt that extends into a short train. On the other hand, the bodice of the dress was sleeveless with criss-cross straps across the chest.
Her bold Elie Saab Haute Couture dress was covered in silver sequins.
They perfectly match with diamond bangles, earrings, metallic clutch, and sharp eye makeup.
Her Alexandre Vauthier dress was in a light pink satin, strapless and V-neckline. The wrap skirt, on the other hand, featured a thigh-high slit that showed off her sparkly sandals.
Hadid wore the look with a Bvlgari necklace.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s dress had a black bra underneath a twisted mesh top. Moreover, there was another layer: a white strapless dress that sat under her bosom.
Some mesh was also attached to the back of the dress, creating a wide train that flowed behind the model.
Red Hadid dress by Roberto Cavalli. The one-sleeved, backless design features a slit at one thigh and a thigh-high slit at the front of the skirt.
She also had a jeweled belt that wrapped around her shoulders and held the actual dress. She wore it with red sandals, and matching lipstick with an updo.
Dior Haute Couture features an asymmetric top and ruffles in semi-sheer white tulle.
In addition to the dress, Hadid wore a chunky silver bracelet, diamond earrings, and a bun hairstyle.
She was wearing a red Alexandre Vauthier dress that was sleeveless and backless with a loose bodice and a plunging collar. The bold dress also featured a flared skirt with a slit that reached the waist.
Speaking to Vogue last year, the model said she was actually “embarrassed” by the look, even though it “apparently” had a very special moment in the red dress.
“I was nervous in that dress. I look so sexual and all that stuff,” she said. “I was still nervous about the cameras and nervous because I was wearing so much makeup.”
Hadid also said that the dress didn’t match her style and gave people the wrong idea who she was.
“This is my changing sulfur. It’s Belinda,” she joked. “I just reversed her. It’s very va-va-voom. You know, bless her. Love her. She was very tense.”
The design was created by Schiaparelli, who described the dress on Instagram as “a long-sleeved wool dress with a plunging neckline.”
To cover her chest, Hadid wore a large lung-shaped necklace that the brand said was made of “gold-plated copper” and “embellished with rhinestones.”
The duo designed for one of the most daring looks at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.