From to Lady Diana in iconic Catherine Walker to Sacha Baron Cohen in a banana hammock.
Tomorrow the Cannes Film Festival kicks off, which means stars from around the world will gather to celebrate this year's cinematic gems―and show off their best fashions and most outrageous shenanigans. Here, some of the most gorgeous, weirdest, and memorable moments in Cannes' history.
The lovely Diana created an iconic moment when she walked the red carpet in this powder blue Catherine Walker dress. In 2011, this look sold at auction for £81k.
Because... remember when these two dated?!?
Bjork 4 Ever.
When Simone Silva posed topless at Cannes, she inspired a melee where one photographer broke his arm and another broke his leg. She was later asked to leave the festival.
Ingrid, always the most glamorous.
Sharon, forever our inspiration for doing the sparkle no pants dance.
Even before Instagram, Snapchat, and selfies (or cell phones for that matter...) were born, movie stars of the Diana Dors and Ginger Rogers-pedigree attracted major paparazzi.
Just a few years before he became The Governator.
Are those boots? Or pants with footsies? All we know is Vanessa Redgrave is wearing head-to-toe spangles and she looks phenomenal.
Sun's out, buns out?
OMG, it's like you've never seen a woman wearing a gold chainmail loin cloth with a matching nipple harness, Bruce Willis?
Who doesn't love a tiara?
Robert Redford, HOT AF.
Just another casual beach braiding sesh with Kirk Douglas.
Uh huh honey.
Brigitte Bardot really knew how to make the most of a photo op.
During the Cannes Film Festival, Jack Black accidentally let slip that his Kung Fu Panda costar was expecting twins with husband Brad Pitt, when he told Jolie during an interview, "You're gonna have as many as [the] Brady Bunch when you have these."
Girlfriend seriously knew how to work a crop top.
Blanchett wore this gorgeous Alexander McQueen gown as a tribute to the late designer, who died in February of that year. "The dress had been selected and personally chosen by Mr. McQueen and his team for Ms. Blanchett," a spokeswoman told People at the time. "It was specifically tailored for Ms. Blanchett."
To promote the film Alfie, Michael Caine hung with a bunch of models wearing pants emblazoned with his womanizing alter-ego's name on the butt. Years ahead of the Juicy sweat pant trend.
Remember when Borat wore a banana hammock swimmie on the beach? Ugh. Us too.
This is Sofia Coppola wearing a baby tux on the shoulders of her dad. Adorable.
The only thing better than this photo? ENTRAPMENT. Seriously, if that shiz is on Netflix, go watch now.
The "Belgian pie-thrower" was thrown off the red carpet before he could pull a dessert-themed stunt on the red carpet. Mmmm... pieeee.
Two beautiful British imports.
But really, what does Nicolas Winding Refn have that we don't?
That time Nicole Kidman dressed just like the red dress lady emoji.
Remember when Madonna paired her signature bra top with a duvet cover of a coat? So good.
So young. So freaking beautiful.
Portman debuted a newly shorn head (for her role in V for Vendetta) on the Cannes red carpet.
When Kimye did Cannes.
Diane Kruger ALWAYS wears a show-stopper of a gown on the Cannes red carpet. Always. But in 2012, the actress was a member of the jury, which meant we got to see a lot of really freaking good fashion... like this Dior Haute Couture number.
And this Giambattista Valli gown.
Aaaaand Vivienne Westwood sparkler. Bonus points for Pacey.
Remember when Julianne Moore's left pinky toe went totally rogue? Yep.
And the award for most PDA ever goes to...
Jessica Chastain, hero woman, rocked her Givenchy with matching purple Spanx in a genius, truly inspired move. Those stairs are a wardrobe malfunction in the making, people.
This shot of a bikini-clad brunette Brigitte Bardot is one of the most iconic shots of the actress.
A Gucci confection made to twirl.
Notorious prankster Vitalii Sediuk snuck under America Ferrera's dress at the How To Train Your Dragon 2 premiere.
It takes a brave human to wear a hoodie on one of the fanciest red carpets in the world.
A dress made of cookie trays? Why not?
From: ELLE US