These Are Rihanna's 3 Best Looks From Cannes

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Rihanna attends the 'Okja' screening during the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 19, 2017 in Cannes, France.

As the 70th edition of the annual Cannes Film Festival comes to a close, Billboard Style takes a closer look at Rihanna’s decidedly demure choices for her turn at the festivities. Following her avant-garde Comme des Garcons look at the Met Gala earlier this month, the songstress returned to the red carpet in three more traditional, monochromatic floor length gowns. 

1. Dior Haute Couture Dress 

All eyes were on the world-renowned singer day two as she walked the red carpet an off-white Dior Haute Couture gown at the Okja premiere. Ri paired the strapless bustier dress with an extra-long, silk taffeta coat, a pair of futuristic Andy Wolf Eyewear sunglasses and a mix of diamond and emerald baubles from her longtime carpet go-to and recent collaborator, Chopard. 

2. Ralph & Russo

The singer opted for a goth-meets-glam look, donning a black strapless Ralph & Russo gown for the unveiling of her new jewelry collection with diamond purveyor, Chopard. The simplicity of her full skirt and shawl allowed the focus to be on her Chopard 18k white ethical gold pear-shaped diamond transformer earrings, diamond choker and watch from the Rihanna Loves Chopard high jewelry collection. 


3. Adam Selman Blue Button Front Gown & Corset

After changing out of her Ralph & Russo gown, RiRi slipped into a custom-made, powder blue Adam Selman ensemble for her second look of the night. This isn’t the first-time Rihanna chose to dress in an Adam Selman creation. Back in 2014, the fashion icon wore a translucent mesh dress, adorned with over 230,000 Swarovski crystals to the CFDA awards. 

The singer’s look was finished off with colorful jewelry pieces from her "Rihanna Loves Chopard" line, a collection that started out of Rihanna's decade-old passion for the brand.



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