Thai Fashion Icons Of The 2019 Cannes Red Carpet
Whilst the annual Cannes Film Festival showcases some of the world's greatest film talents, it also plays host to some of the most iconic red carpet moments. In true patriotic fashion, we’re shedding some limelight on the Thai women that stunned on the Croisette this year.
On day two of the prestigious event, Thai actress Araya 'Chompoo' Hargate gleamed for the cameras in a sheer Atelier Versace Spring 2019 corset gown. The powder-blue hue and floral pattern alongside striking Chopard waterfall earrings and romantic loose waves gave us serious fairy-glamour vibes.
With a sky-is-the-limit dress code, Danish-Thai superstar Sririta Jensen got it down to a tee. For the premiere of Les Misérables, the star unveiled a stunning voluminous red Michael Cinco gown. The fabulous OTT number was paired with pink sapphires and rose-cut diamonds designed by Avakian.
If there is one definite way to shine on the red carpet, it's to wear iridescent couture. Praya, AKA Pu, hit that mark undoubtedly when she arrived wearing a stunning custom moonlight pink gown designed by Zuhair Murad. From the picture-perfect makeup to her ferocious pose, we stan.
Model and actress Peechaya 'Min' turned the French Rivera into a fashion fairytale when she attended the premiere of Spanish film Pain and Glory. The powder blue ruffle tulle gown, which was created by Tunisian designer Ali Karoui, made the star look even more like a Disney princess than she normally does.
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