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Chloe Sevigny shows that Chanel is always a girl's best friend, Johanna Braddy is romantic in lace, and Alessandra Ambrosio dares to bare in a sultry gown. Here, the red carpet looks we couldn't get enough of this week.
Chloe Sevigny at the Personal Shopper 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival Premiere: Few make a showstopping dress like Karl Lagerfeld: it's the reason why our favorite stylish women all over the globe opt for Chanel whenever they want to look as chic as humanly possible. Chloe Sevigny wore a strapless embroidered number with a feather-embellished hem from the iconic French fashion house at the Cannes Film Festival—an elegant yet sexy design for one of the most glamorous events of the year. She gave her look a pop of color with red lips, giving every bride-to-be inspiration for their engagement party.
Johanna Braddy at the 2016 ABC Upfront Presentation: We're used to Johanna Brady being unbelievably fierce on hit TV show Quantico, but she showed her softer side this week. She's a bride-to-be herself and took to the red carpet with her fiancé (and former UnREAL co-star Freddie Stroma) in a sweet lace dress from one of our favorites: Self Portrait. We loved its sheer panels, flirty tiers, and black contrast waistband. Like Chloe this week, Johanna also injected some color by way of a red lip—a gorgeous getup for an outside rehearsal dinner. And you can certainly wear this design for years to come with everything from Converse and a denim jacket to black leather booties and an equally edgy leather biker jacket.
Alessandra Ambrosio at the The Unknown Girl 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival Premiere: Alessandra Ambrosio always looks otherworldly: the perks of being a supermodel we suppose. She certainly turned a few heads at Cannes in a custom sky-blue crystal-embroidered silk-crepe gown from Michael Kors Collection. The length of her look was formal, but its plunging neckline, ring-accented cutouts, and thigh-high slits were high-octane sexiness—a bachelorette party number at its finest in a shorter length and perhaps just one leg-baring accent. You won't need much to start a conversation in a dress of this caliber, thus Alessandra kept her hair pin-straight and her skin bronzed and flawless.