From Priyanka Chopra’s dazzling Roberto Cavalli dress to Bella Hadid’s elegant Dior number.

The Met Gala may be over, but the 72nd Cannes Film Festival just kicked off on Wednesday, bringing together the top names in the global film industry. Celebrities like Elle Fanning, Selena Gomez and Shailene Woodley are among familiar faces spotted at the French coastal town for the celebration and recognition of the best films and industry talents the world has seen in recent years.

As per tradition, guests were decked in glitz and glamour with the most splendid ensembles, the most sparkly jewels and the most eye-catching beauty looks. And wherever there’s a red carpet, there’s bound to be a list of best-dressed.

From Priyanka Chopra’s dazzling Roberto Cavalli dress to Bella Hadid’s elegant Dior number, here’s our list of the top red carpet looks at Cannes so far this year.

Elle Fanning, who joins the jury this year as the youngest Cannes juror in history, made her debut in a Gucci cape dress at the opening ceremony and premiere of The Dead Don’t Die. (Photo: Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock

She returned for the premiere of Les Miserables in a floral Valentino dress with a plunging neckline. (Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Priyanka Chopra donned a dazzling Roberto Cavalli Couture dress and equally shiny Chopard jewellery for the opening ceremony. (Photo: Getty)

Shailene Woodley opted for a bold Christian Dior Couture black and white tux getup for the premiere of Rocket Man.

Thai-British actress Araya Hargate showed up at the opening ceremony in a Ralph & Russo ombre gown and a Chopard jewellery suite.

She then opted for a delicate blue Versace dress, also paired with Chopard jewellery, for the Les Miserables premiere the next day. (You may also like: Rich Heirs on Instagram: Araya Hargate, Thai-British soap opera star)

Bella Hadid turned heads at the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die in a Christian Dior tulle dress and Bulgari jewellery. (Photo: Daniele Venturelli/WireImage)

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Rocio Morales wore a Giorgio Armani dress completely embroidered with sequins for the red carpet of Les Misérables. (Photo: Giorgio Armani)

Jessica Jung graced the red carpet in an extra voluminous Rami Kadi gown with a touch of Chopard frosting.

Julianne Moore wore an elegant green Dior dress and Chopard jewellery on the opening night… (Photo: Dior)

…returning for the premiere of Les Miserables in an embellished black Louis Vuitton dress and matching Chopard jewellery.

Selena Gomez sported a Louis Vuitton co-ord paired with Bulgari jewels for the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die. (Photo: Gisela Schober/Getty Images)

Chinese actress Xu Ke-Xi attended the screening of The Dead Don’t Die in a colourful metallic Dior Haute Couture number.

Dakota Fanning graced the red carpet of Quentin Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' in a Giorgio Armani Privé white silk satin bustier gown custom-made with a pale yellow satin sash. (Photo: Giorgio Armani)

Lebanese actress and director Nadine Labaki wore a Dior Haute Couture tulle dress and Cartier jewellery for the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die. (Photo: Dior)

Former Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrioso graced the opening ceremony in a Ralph & Russo dress and René Caovilla shoes.

Izabel Goulart turned heads in a purple Etro gown and matching Chopard jewellery at the premiere of The Dead Don’t Die.

Carla Bruni sported a Dior Haute Couture navy number for the premiere of Les Miserables. (Photo: Dior)

Isabelle Huppert donned a Giorgio Armani sequinned long-sleeved dress for the red carpet of Frankie by Ira Sachs. (Photo: Giorgio Armani)

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See also: Celebrities in Chopard at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival 

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