I am over enthusiastically obsessed with Deepika Padukone. You can’t have a Priyanka vs. Deepika argument with me. Not because I dislike PC or anything, she’s fabulous too. But I have a MAJOR crush on Deeps. PERIODT.
So when she showed up at the Cannes Film Festival this year, I just KNEW she was going to deliver. And deliver, she did!
DAY ONE – CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2019
MISZ Deepika Padukone made her grand entrance on the Cannes Red Carpet, with an even grander bow placed across her torso. The black and white custom Dundas number looked stunning on the actress/model. What elevated her entire getup, was the super fierce eyeliner, and the SUUUPER snatched ponytail!
I fully intend to rep the lower lid winged liner. But I’m afraid I’ll end up looking like a clown. And not as trendy as Misz Deeps herself.
DAY TWO – CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2019
Day two witnessed four (rather elaborate) outfit changes. The first – a striped suit from Loewe’s Paris Fashion Week collection this year. Accessorised with a loose, messy ponytail and orange pumps, we were gagging!
The second outfit was a black tulle gown which was part lime green snakeskin. The kicks? Sneakers by Off-White.
The third – a super delicate lacy/see through piece by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini from their Spring Summer 2019 line.
And the last – a floral dress by Erdem, also a Spring Summer 2019 piece.
The makeup stayed relatively simple. Fresh, glowy skin with emphasis to the lashes and a nude lip. Classic!
DAY THREE – CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2019
The third was Deepika’s last day gracing the carpet, and let me tell you. She went all out!
Padukone flaunted a lime green (looks like that was planned with day 2!) Giambattista Valli Haute Couture 14 tulle gown to the screening of “Pain And Glory (Dolor Y Gloria/Douleur Et Gloire)” And I’m not lying – Instagram blew up. Forrealz.
Some debated that her head accessory was unnecessary and the outfit felt too “MET”. But I think it was a genius move. And everyone is going to remember this look for a REALLY long time.
The makeup was definitely kept subtle – so as not to take away from the outfit.
I’m just sad that she had to leave. I love her. Until next time, Cannes.