Among the things that we remember about Tarantino’s movies there are definitely the looks chosen for each character; how could we forget the simple yet iconic white shirt worn by Mia Wallace in one of his masterpieces, Pulp Fiction? And what about that popping yellow jumpsuit chosen for his Muse, Uma Thurman in Kill Bill?
Well, truth be told, unlikely to what happens in the movies, on the red carpet both Tarantino and Uma Thurman are surely not a pair famous for wearing memorable outfits, which were all very basic, at times even boring.
But what happens when you have a “crew” made by three of the most beautiful people on the planet? Take the stunning Margot Robbie, 28, who starred in his last cult movie, Once upon a time in Hollywood, who made her “angelic” apparition on the côte wearing Chanel head to toe, sided by Brad Pitt and Leonardo Di Caprio.
Although they’re probably the most desired men ever, their mythological beauty was completely shadowed by Margot, who was the real queen of the red carpet.
And there’s more: just like on the red carpet, Margot Robbie proves even on the screen her incomparable style, wearing some groovy 70s classics purposely chosen for her character, Sharon Tate, that suit her so well that made every head turn.
Along with this “beautiful trio” there’s although another beauty, Elle Fanning, whose tulle gown, designed by Christian Dior, gave her that “diva of the 1950” charme.
Joining the premiere, a full squad of top-model slayed on the red carpet of the Palais des festivals: Coco Rocha, Winnie Harlow and Karolina Kurková.
The Canadian top-model, Coco Rocha was simply jaw dropping in her Elie Saab Spring 2018 Haute Couture embellished gown.
Spotted alongside Rocha, the Czech beauty Karolina Kurková was bursting with elegance in a princess-like gown by Etro paired with dazzling earrings.
Last but not least there’s the new Victoria’s secret angel, Winnie Harlow, who managed to allure everyone in a ruffled red gown, that matched with the red carpet.