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Sharon Stone, Viola Davis, Isabelle Huppert... The stars dare green, the cursed color, on the Cannes red carpet


Shimmering and unusual, the hated color of actors in the theater has been increasingly noticed since the opening of the Cannes Film Festival.

When green makes its cinema.

Lawn, apple, iridescent, tangy... Color and its variations have never conquered the red carpet and the social events of the Croisette as much as in this 2022 edition. The shade reputed to bring bad luck to the theater is usually rare during ceremonies but electrifies an outfit and instantly marks the spirits at each of its appearances.

First to have taken the plunge: Bérénice Bejo during the photocall of the film


directed by Michel Hazanavicius: she had indeed appeared in a long frilled lace dress embroidered with sequins and matching Valentino shorts.

Since then, Eva Longoria, Tina Kunakey, Viola Davis and model Alessandra Ambrosio have followed in the footsteps of Jean Dujardin's former partner in

The Artist


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Green makes its cinema in Cannes

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Not behind

Sharon Stone, Isabelle Huppert or even Tina Kunakey sign the most noticed appearances in this shimmering color, each with a major detail.

In a Dolce & Gabbana creation, in an emerald green slit strapless dress, the first, eternal star of

Basic Instinct

had, in fact, bet on a long incandescent train which was reflected in contrast to the red of the ceremonial carpet.

Same stylistic technique adopted when climbing the stairs for the second, Balenciaga muse with flamboyant hair.

The Promises


 was dressed in a grass green dress in draped lycra that ended in a discreet train, however sufficient to detonate the red carpet.

Tina Kunakey had opted for an apple green with a train starting from the back of her neckline of her dress signed Prada.

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Tina Kunakey and her husband Vincent Cassel during the climb of the steps.

(Cannes, May 23.) Getty

The green effect

In Cannes, many celebrities have adopted the “green effect”.

To illuminate a tanned complexion, as for Eva Longoria in an asymmetrical Victoria Beckham dress;

or put the attention on a part of her body - during the event "Chopard Loves Cinema" Adriana Lima had chosen a green zebra print to give volume to her belly in majesty... Each star knew how to draw their pin acting for his appearances at the Cannes Film Festival.

Viola Davis, in the lead, who was dressed in a green Alexander McQueen suit to receive the Women in Motion award from Kering in the presence of the members of the jury of the official competition.

Source: lefigaro

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