Winnie Harlow's dress was so extra, the Cannes red carpet (probably) fell silent for a few minutes


Canadian model, Winnie Harlow turned up to the premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story in a silver dress with an exaggerated train by Lebanese designer, Jean Louis Sabaji.

It was quite something. 

She needed a train assistant. I can't even imagine walking up those stairs without one. (And that's even without wearing this dress)

READ MORE: "I’m not a Vitiligo sufferer" – Winnie Harlow 

Here are a few more celeb looks that stood out: 

Lea Seydoux stunned in monochrome Louis Vuitton. 

According to Harper's Bazaar, Thandie Newton wore a Vivienne Westwood design, featuring imagery of all the black characters to ever appear in the Star Wars series. Slay. 

Maria Borges nightie-inspired gown is perfection on her.

READ MORE: I tried to find 'plus size' clothing in 7 different stores - here’s what happened 

Doutzen Kroes looked sharp and chic in this simple black suit.

Sara Sampaio looked absolutely incredible in Ralph & Russo. 

Emilia Clarke went OTT in royal purple tulle. 

Images: Getty

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