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Bella Hadid Wears Daring Dress With Thigh-High Slit to Cannes Film Festival

This year, the model managed to get by with only a slight wardrobe malfunction


Bella Hadid is a model that’s been gaining a ton of attention lately, and for good reason.

At the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday, Bella made her second appearance on the Cannes red carpet.

While last year she sported a bright red gown, this year she went with a pale silk Alexandre Vauthier gown and Bulgari jewelry.

The gown was strapless, had a hip-high slit, and a super low-cut neckline.

Her look is pretty bold, but it’s not as flashy as last year’s red dress. Bella attended the 2016 Cannes Film Festival with strappy, silk dress with a slit that went all the way up to the waist.

The dress caught everyone’s attention and soon became one of the year’s most headline-making fashion moments after a gust of wind blew in her direction and lifted up her skirt.


This year, she managed to avoid any major wardrobe malfunctions, but she did accidentally reveal her nude-colored underwear a couple of times. However, she played it cool and brushed it off as though nothing had happened, continuing to pose for more photos.

Fellow model Emily Ratajkowski appeared on the same red carpet with a dress incredibly similar to Bella’s. Ratajkowski’s gown, by Twinset, did have some differences from Bella’s Alexandre Vauthier gown, but the similarities were pretty obvious.

Both girls wore a silky, champagne fabric. Both girls wore strappy heels. They even sported matching thigh-high slits and similar Bulgari jewels. Additionally, Ratajkowski wore faux bangs just like Bella did for the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

Bella’s stylist, Elizabeth Sulcer, definitely deserves some props for this beautiful, attention-grabbing look.

What do you think of Bella’s dress?


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