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Photos Show Kendall Jenner's Best and Worst Cannes Fashion

Aug 06, 2023Aug 06, 2023

She wore a black-and-white Chanel midi dress with giant skirt pockets and an oversized, printed patch that covered its bodice.

The outfit — which she wore with sandals, diamond jewels, and a silver clutch — didn't make the model stand out on the red carpet.

She paired a tan, linen romper from Longchamp with high-top Chanel sneakers, creating a beach-ready look that was both playful and fashionable.

And to top it off, Jenner also added a Longchamp purse, red lipstick, and gold-rimmed glasses.

She wore a white, eyelet tank over a gray Sally Lapointe skirt, which fanned out beneath its paper-bag waistband as she walked.

Jenner also donned reflective sunglasses and a gold pair of Sophia Webster sandals.

The individual pieces could have worked in other outfits. But when mixed together, their various hues and textures didn't mesh.

She walked the red carpet in a black crop top and skirt set designed by Azzedine Alaïa.

Both pieces had strips of lace that added a sheer element, and glamour was added via a thick diamond choker and matching bracelet.

Jenner also wore red lipstick and a perfectly messy updo.

She fittingly wore Fendi for the event in the form of a blue, strapless minidress embellished with rows of gold.

It shined enough to wear on its own, but Jenner also donned white Miu Miu sneakers with silver toe caps, chunky sunglasses, and a small Fendi purse with a crossbody strap.

The latter pieces both distracted from the dress and made it look more casual than it actually was.

She was photographed at the event in a mauve Calvin Klein Collection gown and minimal accessories — only a diamond ring and hoop earrings.

The dress had a haltered bandeau top with small cutouts, crisscross straps across her waist, and a floor-length skirt that flowed around her into a train.

While the latter was elegant, the former pieces kept it fun.

The white Emilia Wickstead jumpsuit she wore was the star of the show. It had a single bow attached to one sleeve, a corseted waist, and pleated pants.

To complete the look, Jenner added Manolo Blahnik sandals and Kate Young sunglasses.

One side of the Versace design was a black mesh minidress with a thin strap and plunging neckline, while the other was crafted from thick, printed fabric that wrapped around her waist and extended to the floor.

Whereas Jenner usually sticks to minidresses and dramatic gowns, this Mathieu Mirano look was more formal. It was styled like a blazer up top and had a deep, V-shaped neckline.

The navy-blue coloring also darkened to black at the waist, where the garment extended into a sparkling fringe skirt.

The transparent Roberto Cavalli design was decorated with sparkling snake embellishments that covered the entire garment from top to bottom.

The dress fit Jenner like a glove, but the combination of its bold pattern, her slicked hairstyle, and long diamond earrings made it difficult to concentrate on any single part of the outfit.

Her see-through minidress was designed by Elie Saab Haute Couture. The sleeveless piece was decorated with white lace, as was her matching duster jacket.

But because the coat's sleeves were also lined with white feathers, Jenner's outfit would have worked better at a bridal shower than on a red carpet.

This time around, she wore a strapless Ralph & Russo column dress that was covered in sparkles and had sheer panels on each side of its bodice.

The gown was stunning on its own, but Jenner upped the glamour by adding diamond-and-sapphire jewelry.

For the red carpet, Jenner donned a Giambattista Valli minidress that wrapped around her body and had a thick bow hanging from the waistline. It also had a single puffy sleeve and a long train that flowed behind her as she walked.

The outfit was also a masterclass on how to have fun with accessories.

Jenner wore diamond earrings and rings to add some sparkle, but also sheer ankle socks that kept the look modern.

The bottom half of her outfit — a pair of pointed black pumps and a ruffled, flower-embellished miniskirt — worked great together.

But the long-sleeved top Jenner wore looked too industrial to match those feminine pieces, and her oversized pearl earrings looked out of place with the dark outfit.

She paired denim shorts and a silver belt with an asymmetrical Alexandre Vauthier blouse that had one puffy sleeve and a huge train.

The end result looked mismatched and confusing, not fashionable.

Once inside, she changed into a silver, sequin-encrusted gown with thin straps and a V-shaped skirt.

The dress was perfect for a party and really stood out when paired with simple accessories like the strappy heels and delicate earrings Jenner wore.

Her chainmail-style minidress — which bared her torso and revealed her tan underwear — was designed by Alexandre Vauthier.

She wore it with only the single undergarment and Louboutin heels.

The white Schiaparelli Haute Couture design had a plunging neckline, sheer straps that covered her chest, a tiered skirt, and a bedazzled white belt around her waist.

She wore it with a seahorse broach made from diamonds and seafoam-green crystal earrings.

The garment was unique with its sparkling pattern and deep neckline. But because Jenner wore it with no pants, skirt, or tights, it looked like she had forgotten part of her outfit.

Her off-the-shoulder look had a fun zebra print in a unique yellow shade. She also wore iridescent green heels decorated with crystals.

But Jenner's lack of jewelry or a fun hairstyle seemed like a missed opportunity to go all out with the bold look.

The ruffled gown designed for the Giambattista Valli x H&M collection was strapless with a high-low skirt and a delicate bow at the waist.

Jenner wore it with strappy sandals, diamond earrings, and glowing makeup that complemented the frilly look.

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