Bella Hadid is back at Cannes in another show-stopping gown.
The supermodel, 24, hit the red carpet for the film festival’s “Annette” screening in a curve-hugging black and white gown on Tuesday, featuring a high-fashion version of the scarf top trend.
The vintage Jean Paul Gaultier Couture dress is from the Spring 2002 collection and features a skin-baring halter neckline, made from the same sheer tulle as the long train, wrapped around her neck just like styles beloved by Kylie Jenner and more.
She ditched the thigh-high slits that were a mainstay of her previous Cannes looks, instead opting to train sights on her gown’s dramatic black train.
Hadid slicked back her hair for the French festival, completing the glamorous look with Chopard jewelry, including statement-making silver dangling earrings.
Leox Carax’s “Annette,” this year’s festival opener, is part of a long line-up of films competing for the Palme d’Or at the 74th Cannes Film Festival.
On the opening’s red carpet, the catwalker was joined by stars including Marion Cotillard, Jessica Chastain and Helen Mirren.
It’s far from the first time Hadid has donned a distinctive dress at the French Riviera extravaganza, as she stunned most recently in a red-hot Roberto Cavalli gown in 2019.
She previously turned up the heat in 2016 with another plunging red gown, followed by a silk strapless number in 2017.
And the supermodel embraces barely-there styles off the red carpet too, recently beating the summer heat in single-button styles and showing skin with pelvic cutouts.