Naomi Campbell dives into a feathered dress on the Cannes red carpet – Footwear News


Naomi Campbell made quite an arrival at the screening of ‘Decision to Leave (Heojil Kyolshim)’ during the 75th Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on Monday.

The legendary model put a risque spin on a gorgeous black dress. The eye-catching number featured a plunging V-neckline, wide cutout at the side and a puffy feathered skirt. The dress also had white bows at the back and a modest train that gently swept the red carpet as she walked.

Naomi Campbell on the red carpet at the “Decision to Leave (Heojil Kyolshim)” screening during the 75th Cannes Film Festival on May 23, 2022.

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Naomi Campbell, black dress, Cannes Film Festival

Naomi Campbell attends “Decision To Leave (Heojil Kyolshim)” during the 75th Cannes Film Festival on May 23, 2022.

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The length of the dress didn’t allow a peek at her shoe choice, but it’s likely she ended up with platform sandals or sleek pumps. On the runways and red carpets, Campbell has worn shoes ranging from reptilian 9-inch heels from Westwood to platform sandals and pumps from Versace, Alexander McQueen and Gucci.

Prior to leading the event, Campbell was spotted in a more toned down and casual look. The former “Empire” slipped into a long printed blue maxi dress with Air Jordan Retro High Silver Toe sneakers. The Women’s Jordan 1 Silver Toe is a derivative of the 2018 Jordan 1 High Gold Toe, replacing the metallic gold patent leather construction with metallic silver crinkle leather, while white and black leather features the center panel, toe guard and the Swoosh as a nod to other classic black toe designs.

Naomi Campbell, Air Jordan Retro High Silver Toe, Cannes Film Festival

Naomi Campbell arrives with her daughter at the Hôtel du Cap Eden Roc in Antibes during the Cannes Film Festival on May 23, 2022.

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the Cannes film festival celebrates and previews upcoming international films. Held annually on the French Riviera, this year’s festival, which runs from May 17-28, will see a return to its standard live format for the first time since 2019 – although Russians with ties to the government have been banned from attending in solidarity with Ukraine during the ongoing war. On the star-studded front, the 2022 Festival will host more Hollywood-focused films than it has since 2019, where highly anticipated films “Top Gun: Maverick”, “Elvis” and “Armageddon Time” will screen. In addition, the prestigious Palme d’Or, the festivals highest prize, will be judged by a jury headed by actor Vincent Lindon.


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