Is there anything she cannes’t do? Swedish model Elsa Hosk has been swanning around the South of France in some truly stunning looks, delivering a level of femininity and beauty to the Cannes Film Festivities that’s hard to match.
First she walked the red carpet at the premiere of Le Passion de Dodin Bouffant in an optical illusion gown that appears to be half-off, revealing silk support garments underneath.
Boldly rejecting the no-necklaces trend, she also sported a diamond choker, with frosty makeup to match. Her lip liner is just a hair darker than her gloss, because you gotta have a bit of ’90s in there, no?
What do the kids say these days? She ate and left no crumbs?
Girl after my own heart, Hosk fawned over the garment on Instagram, writing, “Deeply honored to wear my favorite couture piece (for the first time on a red carpet) from the most brilliant ballgown collection by @viktorandrolf ❤️ when I saw this dress coming down their runway I was blown away by how when spinning and moving, the dress would look so surreal and beautiful and even ugly at times and not only was it breathtaking to me but also reminded me to not take fashion too seriously. 🤍 I know it had to be this dress. It was like a deconstructed rock and roll version of the very first dress I wore in cannes and I just loved. Bravo team, thank you for having me Cannes , thank you to everyone who inspire with their own style and peoples creations ❤️.”
And she’s right! It is like a deconstructed version of her first Cannes dress! This is from 2017:
But the Elsa Hosk parade of looks didn’t stop there. The next day she stepped out in the sheer dress to end all sheer dresses:
I mean this in the most respectful way possible: Yowza.
Sorry, starlets! Pack it up, go home, there’s nothing left for you to accomplish here. Try again this summer!