Bella Hadid Channels Old Hollywood in Vintage Versace at the Cannes Film Festival

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Our reigning queen of Cannes fashion has returned to the prestigious film festival with yet another glamorous red carpet look.

Bella Hadid arrived today on the iconic red carpeted steps for the screening of The Innocent. The model and Kin Euphorics partner opted for a vintage Versace piece from the Italian fashion house's spring 1987 collection, wearing a sleek black gown that channeled the glamor of old Hollywood. The strapless dress, which flared out to a body-hugging mermaid silhouette, additionally featured a voluminous drape detailing at the waist that tied into a large bow at her back.

For the occasion, she accessorized minimally with a pair of drop diamond earrings and diamond rings.

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Photo credit: Gisela Schober - Getty Images
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At last year's festival, Hadid made a splash in a string of show-stopping red carpet looks.

In one instance, Hadid once again selected a vintage dress that was first seen on Naomi Campbell at Jean Paul Gaultier's spring summer 2002 runway. The form-fitting white gown featured a black tulle halter strap that criss-crossed over her chest and a matching fringe tulle train at the back.

She also memorably wore an avant-garde gown from the Schiaparelli Haute Couture fall winter '21-'22 collection, designed by Daniel Roseberry. The long-sleeved black wool dress included a neckline that dipped below Hadid's chest, which was covered by a gold-dipped necklace in the shape of the bronchi passageway of the lungs and adorned with rhinestones. For accessories, Hadid wore ruby drop earrings and ruby rings.

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