Bella Hadid was also there in a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier gown that had a unique bodice.
The dress had a twisted halter top made from Black mesh underneath a strapless white gown that sat beneath her bust.
Some of the mesh material was also attached to the back of the dress, creating a wide train that fanned out behind the model.
Russian star Elena Lenina paired a silver dress with a sky-high hairstyle.
Her metallic ensemble, designed by Nika Shabashova, had cape-style sleeves, a floor-length skirt, and a silver belt that wrapped around her waist and extended across her shoulder.
Her hair, on the other hand, was adorned with a geometric piece that looked more like a sculpture.
Spanish actress Ester Expósito chose a purple dress with a daring cutout.
Designed by Etro, the dress had a bralette-style halter top and a low-waist pleated skirt with a slit in the middle. The design also stood out thanks to its bold cutout, which exposed her midriff.
For the “Le Genou D’Ahed” screening the following day, Didi Stone wore a high-low dress with standout sleeves.
The model’s look included a transparent, plastic-like bodysuit worn over textured white fabric that created oversized flounce sleeves. Its wide skirt also extended into a train behind her.
Yang Ge stood out in a black dress with a Y-shaped neckline.
The actress accessorized her dress with a Bulgari bag that sat across her waist like a fanny pack.
Izabel Goulart attended the “Stillwater” screening on July 8 in a see-through jumpsuit.
Etro designed the outfit, which had a sheer, bandana-style halter top that was covered in black sequins, and see-through pants that had black feathers attached at the bottom.
Lenina then showed up in a golden gown with spiral attachments across her chest.
The sparkling dress, also designed by Nika Shabashova, matched her golden crown and clutch.
Italian influencer Beatrice Valli attended the “Stillwater” screening in a daring blue gown that was covered in cutouts and sheer panels.
Her sleeveless dress, which had a V-shaped neckline and triangle cutouts at her waist, was designed by Zuhair Murad.
Sparkles covered the gown’s bodice — which also had sheer panels — and its mermaid-style skirt was decorated with blue feathers.
Lenina incorporated oversized chains into her look that day.
Her dress had elbow-length sleeves, gold sparkles from top to bottom, and a harness made from giant gold chains that extended to the floor.
Her hairstyle, which was slicked upwards in loose waves, was equally unique.
Koukla Lapidus walked the red carpet in a dress with a see-through top.
The model’s Dior gown had long sleeves and a sheer bodice covered in gold swirls. Its skirt, on the other hand, was made from a shining green fringe.
Lapidus completed the look with long, emerald earrings from Chopard.
Marina Ruy Barbosa was also there in a black dress — though hers was sheer.
The Valentino look had pleated fabric in the style of a sleeveless gown over a layer of black mesh that created a high neckline and long sleeves.
Its skirt, on the other hand, was also see-through and revealed both the Brazilian actress’ shorts and heels.
At the “Aline, The Voice of Love” screening on Tuesday, Hofit Golan sparkled in a see-through, strapless gown.
Ziad Nakad designed the dress, which had a corset-style bodice and a floor-length skirt. The gown was also covered in blue crystals from top to bottom.
The influencer also wore a nude leotard underneath.
De Panicis hit the red carpet again on Thursday for the “France” screening in a black dress with a unique detail.
Upon first glance, her dress stood out thanks to its mesh, see-through material and cutouts across its bodice. But after taking a closer look, you’ll also notice a set of cartoon eyes underneath the fabric at her waist.