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Cannes Film Festival 2024: The Best Dressed

  • By Vanessa Grace Ng

As Cannes Film Festival 2024 heads into full swing, recap its best red carpet moments here. 

It’s that time of year again — hot off the trails of the 2024 Met Gala, the month of May continues its stylish streak. This time, the Asian celebrities have taken the French Riviera by stylish storm. Impeccably dressed and spectacularly bejewelled are the celebrities gracing the Cannes Film Festival 2024 red carpet. Already, the South of France has been illuminated by the region’s brightest stars. See for instance, Freen Sarocha and Becky Armstrong’s debut, which, along with their very many outfit changes (so far we’ve charted Ferragamo, Balenciaga, Bulgari and Chopard) caused quite a commotion. On the flip side, the South Korean entertainment scene has delivered fantastic returns in the likes of YoonA from SNSD and Lay Zhang (both in Qeelin, by the way!), alongside seasoned acts like Jung Hae-in and Han SoHee — all showing up in looks equally elegant and statement-making. And on the topic of bold statements, Men’s Folio nominates Rai Chadda’s Luar and Tasaki get-up for the most visually stunning.

As the world anticipates 2024’s wave of cinematic costuming and the celebration of film’s greats, see all the looks deserving of the Palme d’Or below.

Lim YoonA from Girls’ Generation in Qeelin

Freen Sarocha Chankimha in Chopard and Eman Alajlan

Yang Mi in Loewe

Peggy Gou in David Koma

Jung Haein in Dior Men

Rebecca Patricia Armstrong in Balenciaga and Bulgari

Li Xian in Prada and Cartier

Gong Jun in Thom Browne

Hunter Schafer in Prada

Lay Zhang in Qeelin

Han SoHee in Cucculelli Shaheen and Boucheron

Araya Alberta Hargate in Richard Quinn and Boucheron

Rahi Chadda in Luar and Tasaki

Alexa Chung in Simone Rocha For Jean Paul Gaultier

Eddie Peng in Louis Vuitton

Anya Taylor Joy in Dior

Tang Yan in Fendi

Zhong Chuxi in Valentin Yudashkin and Tiffany and Co.

Michelle Yeoh in Bottega Veneta and Mikimoto

Hong Chau in Prada

Once you’re done with this story, click here to catch up with our May 2024 issue.