Her beauty has made her famous on the catwalk, and Carla Bruni stepped out on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday to prove that beauty still holds up.
The former First Lady of France, 55, who is married to former President Nicolas Sarkozy, looked stunning in a royal blue floor-length Saint Laurent gown.
Karla’s one-shoulder strap dress perfectly hugged her slender figure and showed off her toned arms.
She added sparkle with Chopard jewelry, including a diamond ring and a blue cuff bracelet.
The French fashion model was brimming with confidence as she blew kisses and posed at different angles for the camera.
The acclaimed covergirl looked stunning in pointed heels that added height to her bones.
She wore her brunette hair in loose waves and parted the fringe to the side to show off her stunning features.
Stepping onto the red carpet for the Firebrand premiere, Cara opted for a bright makeup palette with a touch of blush on her cheeks and a hint of pink lipstick.
The former model has revealed in recent years that she has followed a strict regimen of working out two hours a day, elliptical bikes, Pilates and bar exercises to “stay thin”.
Based on the novel The Queen’s Gambit, Firebrand focuses on Katherine Parr, the sixth and final wife of Henry VIII, played by Jude Law.
Elsewhere at the festival on Saturday night, Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese received a rapturous nine-minute standing ovation for crime epic Killers of the Flower Moon.
The film received rave reviews and it’s no exaggeration to say that the iconic director’s first Western will be remembered as a “triumph.”
Various film critics have already given the Leonardo DiCaprio-starring five stars across the board, with some hailing it as a masterpiece of the genre.
Scorsese unveils Killers of the Flower Moon at Cannes, debuting an epic American epic about greed and exploitation on the bloody plains of 1920s Osage Nation Reservation, Oklahoma. .
Scorsese’s latest, starring DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone, and Robert De Niro, is one of his most ambitious.
The adaptation of David Grann’s non-fiction bestseller is nearly three and a half hours long and cost Apple $200 million to produce.
Speaking to the audience after the screening, he said: “We shot this in Oklahoma a few years ago. It took a while for things to turn around, but Apple did a great job for us.”
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