Julia Roberts made her big comeback at Cannes in 2022. For the occasion, the actress preferred simplicity by playing on the codes of masculine/feminine style. An outfit that was both simple and chic that suited her perfectly.
Since 1946, personalities from the 7th art have climbed the iconic steps of the Palais des Festivals in their most beautiful outfits. For this 75th edition, stars from all over the world made the trip. The opportunity for them to display ever more glamorous looks. And if we’re used to seeing ostentatious princess dresses, Julia Roberts proves that simplicity also has its place on the red carpet. Last night, we only had eyes for the heroine of “Pretty Woman” who dared the male / female combo and it’s hot!
Cannes 2022: Julia Roberts climbs the steps in a Louis Vuitton tailcoat!
The one who had not walked the Cannes red carpet since 2016 caused a sensation yesterday at the Festival. At 54, assisted by stylist Elizabeth Stewart, Julia Roberts appeared in a tailcoat jumpsuit. Tailcoat shape is characterized by its long pointed basques in the back which fall to the knees. A very long detail reserved for formal wear for men. But now the actress proves to us that the tailcoat has its place on a woman’s outfit. Signed Louis Vuitton, Like Jennifer Connelly’s look, this jumpsuit consisted of a cropped tuxedo jacket with a tailcoat sewn onto carrot pants. With, true to her sleek and minimalist style, the actress has chosen to wear a pair of classic black heeled sandals from René Caovilla. Julia Roberts is always simple, elegant and never falls into exuberance. We also remember her black dress signed Giorgio Armani in 2016. This time, Julia Roberts decided to climb the steps in a modern look by daring the masculine/feminine combo. Finally, to add a luxurious and glamorous touch to her outfit (what would a red carpet be without jewelry?), the star wore an XXL necklace from Chopard entirely in white diamonds and finished with a very (very) large yellow diamond. What elegantly illuminate the red carpet of this 3rd day of the Cannes Film Festival.