Alessandra Ambrosio has been pulling out all the stops for her looks during the 75th annual Cannes Film Festival in France. After stepping out in a stunning pink floral gown, the 41-year-old Brazilian supermodel turned two breezy separates into a matching set.
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel was spotted out in a soft beige outfit by Alberta Ferreti. Ambrosio’s outfit consisted a flowy maxi dress that she turned into top. The sleeveless silk garment had ruched detailing near the center, a flared hemline and delicately swept the floor as she walked. She teamed the lightweight number with wide-leg silk trousers. Designed for a polished appearance, the pants offer a tailored-style design complemented with front pleat detailing.
To give her look a luxe and glamorous finish, Ambrosio accessorized with rose gold tinted aviator sunglasses by Bvlgari, a choker necklace and dainty chain link earrings. The length of her pants allowed for a peek at her footwear, which appeared to be nude sandals that had a PVC strap across the toe.
PVC sandals re-emerged post-pandemic. The saucy style offers a sleek approach with a polished finish and adds length to any frame with its elongated silhouette. Delicate yet striking, bold yet sexy, the PVC shoe lends itself as the ultimate party-ready adornment ranging from ultra glamour to refined-pretty.
Ambrosio’s personal style consists of activewear and boho-chic pieces. She loves to wear eye-catching bodysuits, printed separates, sharp suiting, flowy tops and edgy dresses on the daily. As for footwear, the fashion designer will likely step out in trendy shoes like square-toe mules, classic loafers, thong sandals, knee-high boots and sleek sneakers.
The Cannes Film Festival celebrates and previews upcoming international films. Held annually on the French Riviera, this year’s festival, which runs May 17-28, will see a return to its standard live format for the first time since 2019 — though Russians with government ties have been banned from attending in solidarity with Ukraine during the ongoing war. On the starry front, the 2022 Festival will host more Hollywood-focused films than it has since 2019, where highly anticipated movies “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Elvis” and “Armageddon Time” will be shown. Additionally, the prestigious Palm d’Or award, the Festival’s highest prize, will be judged by a jury led by actor Vincent Lindon.