Sydney Sweeney showcased one of the season’s hottest dress trends at Cannes Film Festival 2023. Working with her stylist Molly Dicksonthe “HappinessThe actress opted for a white Miu Miu long dress for her first day on set, accompanied by a built-in blue satin bra, half visible below her lined balconette. bras – lovers, reminiscent of lingerie. Of course, Sweeney enhanced the drama with towering white platform sandals, but she also opted for needle-stacked rings and earrings subtle outline to show the serious side of the ensemble.
This cleavage silhouette – an evolution of the strapless, double-breasted bra trend from the early years – isn’t going anywhere. Scarlett Johansson sports a similar design from Prada, Miu Miu’s sister brand, when She attended the premiere of “Asteroid City” with her husband Colin Jost just two days after Sweeney’s debut. Her pink pole dress featured white beaded bralette pads, accentuated by brightly colored star earrings, glittery eyeshadow and metallic nails – all for effect. used to draw attention to a sparkly bra.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley walked the red carpet like Johansson in a Fendi Couture suit – her thigh-slit dress was also fitted with a woven sequin bra insert, which sits atop the dress’s concentrated white fabric. The gilded side hook at the waist, fastened to her vessel, accentuated her bra, chunky diamond earrings and Aquazzura shoes to give her a voluptuous look.
Meanwhile, Ashley Graham and Cindy Bruna were two other Cannes guests rocking a revealing bra, with Graham opting for a loose gray-blue dress with puffy sleeves and a barely noticeable neckline. Covers the top of the black bra pad. It’s a more subtle trend, with a clear focus on the layers of material, along with her three-strand Chopard necklace, but fitting nonetheless. Bruna’s own Vivienne Westwood polka dot corset dress flaunts avant-garde details, seemingly opening to reveal a nude bust.
However, which trend do you prefer, there’s obviously a lot of repetition when it comes to celebrity dressing. Scroll through to see the Cannes cases we’ve collected so far.