After the chaos of this week’s MET Gala–which is taking us so much time to research for you, by the way–we are already thinking about the Cannes Film Festival.
As you may know, we try to analyze some of the most striking looks from every event around the world and today it was Taylor Hill‘s time to shine. Let’s reminisce about the time she attended the festival in 2021.
For the occasion, Hill wore an Etro white front-tie crop top and a green, long skirt accented with paisley patterns.
She accessorized the look with a Messika High Jewelry Colour Play Turquoise necklace, a two finger ring and matching earrings from the Messika By Kate Moss collection.
To complete the look, she also donned a pair of Aquazzura Celeste 105 embellished leather sandals featuring metallic straps that wrap around the ankle and accented with knotted, crystal-embellished toe straps, set on stiletto heels.
Taylor‘s makeup was courtesy of Delphine Ehrhart who painted the model’s lips with a pink lipstick which made her tan stand out even more and she also framed her eyes with a colorful, matching, gold and turquoise blended out soft eyeliner.
Ehrhart mentioned using L’Oréal Paris products (sadly there were no details regarding Taylor‘s look available online).
The hair was a shirt bob styled in a deep side part by Antoine Wauquier for Dessange Paris. It was the perfect do for the Summer, keeping up with the carefree vibe of her ensemble: modern, elegant and youthful.
Manicurist Virginie Mataja opted for a light yellow, short manicure that was a wise solution between the shiny gold of her jewelry and the metallic gold of her sandals.
As it often happens with models of her caliber, she probably collaborated with the Etro team for this custom look.
Three Floors (Italian: Tre piani) is a 2021 Italian drama film co-produced, co-written and directed by Nanni Moretti. It is based on the 2017 novel Shalosh Qomot by Israeli writer Eshkol Nevo, moving the setting from Tel Aviv to Rome, and also marking Moretti‘s first adaptation of the work of another artist.
It is the story of three families living on different floors of the same middle-class apartment building.
Three Floors had its world premiere at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival where it received a standing ovation of eleven minutes.