All the Looks of Pia Wurtzbach at the 77th Cannes Film Festival

All the Looks of Pia Wurtzbach at the 77th Cannes Film Festival


Pia Wurtzbach, who made her debut last year, is enjoying her Cinderella moment in her second appearance at the famous Cannes film festival

The stars are aligning once more in Pia Wurtzbach’s universe as the global fashion influencer walks the red carpet of the 77th Cannes Film Festival. In this prestigious cinematic event celebrating world-class films, Wurtzbach supports the premieres of Paolo Sorrentino’s Parthenope, Ali Abbasi’s The Apprentice, and Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de La Patellière’s Le Comte de Monte-Cristo.

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Raising a Glass for the Cocktail Dress

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The cocktail dress by Carolina Herrera features a plunging neckline
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The backless design is accompanied by a red crystal-embellished satin clutch

On her first stop, she shares a drink with Campari. While Italian, drinking the liquor across French scenes is otherwise cinematheque. Raising a cocktail in a cocktail dress, she wears a sensual black Carolina Herrera look with a backless design attached to flouncy tulle sleeves and floral appliqués. She completes the number with a Roger Vivier crystal-embellished satin clutch and black pumps. Nothing says the Miss Universe 2015 is back like backless. 

Telling the Lore of a Risqué Piece

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Wurtzbach wears a chain-like ensemble, showcasing Fendi’s detailed creation

According to Greek mythology, the siren Parthenope met a tragic end when her enchanting songs failed to entice Odysseus; then drowning herself in the sea. Unlike the ill-fated siren, however, Wurtzbach entices all who behold her. And so she did, commanding the Parthenope red carpet with her interpretation of the naked dress trend by Fendi. With silver Bvlgari jewelry, she transforms the ancient legend into a modern-day saga of sophistication.

High Drama Meets High Fashion

Movies are often exaggerated levels of drama, and what’s more dramatic than a biopic of the most dramatic US president thus far, Donald Trump? Wurtzbach’s dress, of course. On the red carpet of The Apprentice, whose lead role belongs to Sebastian Stan, the influencer wore a haute couture draped asymmetrical, one-shoulder long dress in tobacco silk gazar with crystal embellishments by Stephane Rolland. She paired the extravagant look with Bvlgari jewelry and a Roger Vivier clutch.

A Cinderella Story

Michael Cinco designs an iridescent blue gown for Wurtzbach
The sheer top is sewn with stones across her bodice and arms

Alexandre Dumas’s 1844 novel, The Count of Monte Cristo, is a classic tale of revenge, of a figure trying to avenge and right the wrongs done to themself and their family. Adapted from its literary source, the French film Le Comte de Monte-Cristo will be close to its heart; unlike other popular and lauded television adaptions such as 2012’s Revenge and 2017’s Wildflower. And while this is no revenge dress—Wurtzbach’s life is as expensive as a crown unlike Emily Thorne’s and Ivy Aguas’—she’s only having her fairytale moment in an original Michael Cinco dress fit for a queen—of the universe, we can say. Alas, revenge is best served serving.

Blue Blooded Chic

Wurtzbach wears a sheer dress with textured sleeve accents by Alaïa and Bvlgari jewelry

At the 30th amFAR Gala, the non-profit organization dedicated to the support of AIDS research, HIV prevention and treatment education, Wurtzbach celebrates this advocacy in none other than her favorite color blue number by Alaïa, with exquisite Bvlgari jewelry. While ‘red’ typically is the color for AIDS awareness, the striking baby blue attacks a bold statement, showcasing her commitment to the cause in a refreshingly unexpected way.

A Lasting Mark

Bvlgari jewels, a plunging neckline, and an elegant updo: Wurtzbach is making her mark—the Mark Bumgarner mark. In the designer’s flowing, silky black gown, which was tailored to perfection to encompass her figure, the influencer projects the vintage splendor with a face you can’t forget, on her last red carpet look.

Golden Hour for the Golden Goddess

Wurtzbach radiates in Mark Bumgarner

She’s letting her hair down—and it’s dazzling. Wurtzbach is giving gold a run for its money, and we all know there’s plenty of it. At the L’Oreal Paris event, Mark Bumgarner’s design turns the spotlight on her, making her shine in a dress worthy of the sun’s raw rays. Sleeveless, seamless, and draped with a slit, the reflective ensemble captures the brilliance of the golden hour, ensuring Wurtzbach radiates in every way possible.

The credits roll on the influencer’s Cannes escapades, and it becomes azure-clear she’s a leading lady on the French red carpet. With each ensemble, she writes a new chapter in her book of style, leaving critics bewildered and Instagram feeds in awe. Pia Wurtzbach has become a Cannes scene-stealer, confidently turning heads and beautifying trends under cinematic skies. 

Photos and Featured Image: PIA WURTZBACH (via Instagram)


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