Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski show leg at Cannes International Film Festival

Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski show leg at Cannes International Film Festival

The Instagram-famous model and sister of Gigi Hadid suffered a wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival.

The model happily showcased nearly everything as she hit the red carpet for the premiere of Loveless at the French resort's Palais des Festivals.

Sarandon was joined on the red carpet by acclaimed actress and fellow redhead Julianne Moore, who looked as ageless as ever at 56 in an elegant red, lacy dress, which suited her fair complexion so well.

While the 20-year-old's yellow number hugged her slim figure and waist all the way down, Blurred Lines star Emily's version cut off below her bust - to leave her impressively toned stomach on show.

She paired the luminous look with strappy Olgana Paris heels, as well as a massive diamond necklace with a large sapphire pendant from Chopard.

However, Bella's racy thigh-high slit proved problematic for her as she greeted a friend on the red carpet, accidentally showing off her nude control trousers beneath her dress in the process.

The 70th Cannes Film Festival opened Wednesday under sunny Cote D'Azur skies and the high-wattage smiles of stars including Will Smith and Marion Cotillard.

And sadly for Bella Hadid, it's now come true for her.

The daring satin gown of Bella Hadid left little to the imagination, the model likes to shock the public, even at Cannes where elegance is so highly appreciated.

Apart from Deepika, Mallika Sherawat also graced the red carpet from India. Few months back, she wore a black sheer body stocking to the Met Gala.

Now I've got to say, I love a thigh split dress. Nineteen-year-old Fanning was dressed in a unicorn-printed Vivienne Westwood gown and skirt.

Lily-Rose Depp was definitely up there too.

Click through the gallery below to see more fashion from the 2017 Cannes red carpet!

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