Iris Law does swashbuckling chic in a sheer shredded white dress and pirate boots

When it comes to Iris Law's style credentials, she's a verified fashion girlie. A regular on the front row – ya know, when she's not walking the actual runway – as well as the Met Gala (she made her debut back in 2022), she's known for wearing amazing archival vintage looks as well as the latest must-have buys. As in, *those* Missoma stud earrings.

So it's no surprise she's at the Cannes Film Festival right now alongside other red carpet royalty including Selena Gomez, Emma Stone, Eva Longoria and Kelly Rutherford. With such an esteemed guest list all in the French Riviera at once, it takes a seriously stand-out 'fit to make us sit up and take note. We're talking Bella Hadid in a see-through Saint Laurent dress or Anya Taylor-Joy wearing a tasselled swim cap.

And, of course, Iris debuting piratecore.

iris law wears a see through dress at the 77th annual cannes film festival
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To attend The Shrouds red carpet, Iris ensured all eyes were on her in a sheer white mini dress. She freed the nip in the design, going braless beneath the lace asymmetric bodice that featured a single puff shoulder and long sleeve. A 3D flower corsage with tassells was pinned to one side of her chest, with further shredded tassel detailing at the cuff.

iris law wears see through white dress at the 77th annual cannes film festival the shrouds premiere
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The figure-hugging dress was finished with a shredded mini hem that when paired with her knee-high slouchy black boots gave a pirate vibe to the whole ensemble. A black leather belt slung low and loose around her hips completed the look. It's perhaps less formal than the ball gowns that more commonly swish down the Cannes red carpet, but Iris' outfit is right on trend for the indie sleaze revival paired with the ever-popular see-through aesthetic.

Yep, it's giving naked dressing – but make it swashbuckling chic.

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