Irina Shayk wears nothing but lingerie on the Cannes red carpet
your rules! Irina Shaik broke with red carpet tradition on Monday, May 22 at the 76th annual Cannes Film Festival.
Instead of opting for a glamorous evening gown or a stunning gown, the 37-year-old supermodel attended the club zero Demonstration in bra and underwear. Shayk was photographed arriving at the Hotel Martinez after the viewing, rocking Gucci lingerie. Consisting of a lace top and thong bottoms, the set was covered in the Italian fashion house’s signature GG motif.
The runway star paired the pieces with a totally sheer overlay, fishnet opera gloves and knee-high toeless stockings. Adding to the drama, the Russian native sported a plastron necklace encrusted with cascading diamonds. She also sported black sunglasses and a striking red lip. Shayk completed her look with a pair of sandals.
The L’Oréal Paris spokeswoman’s daring appearance came after she showed skin at the show arsonist Premieres Sunday, May 21st. That night she showed off her abs in a leather design by Mowalola. The garment consisted of a crossed halterneck bodice and a low-slung skirt. The fashion star paired the dress with gemstones from Messika Jewelry.
Shayk kicked off her Cannes celebrations on Saturday May 20 by attending the Killer of the Flower Moon Premiered in a blue tulle dress by Giorgio Armani. The outfit consisted of a deep neckline and a protruding skirt.
When it comes to style statements, Shayk does whatever she wants. She broke the late designer’s famous fashion rule following May Day’s Met Gala, which honored the life and career of Karl Lagerfeld.
After gracing the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a toga-like silk dress by Yohji Yamamoto, Shayk exited the soirée and changed into sweatpants for the post-event get-together. The Intimissimi ambassador paired the cozy gray trousers with a white tank top and glittery gold boots from Timberland’s collaboration with Jimmy Choo. She completed the outfit with the Ana Khouri choker she wore to the annual ball and a burgundy bomber jacket.
While Shayk managed to spice up the ensemble with glittery jewelry and glittery footwear, Lagerfeld thought sweatpants were taboo.
“Sweatpants are a sign of defeat,” the former Chanel creative director wrote in his 2013 book: The world after Karl. “You lost control of your life, so you brought sweatpants.
Perhaps Shayk’s casual style statement was a purposeful – and hilarious – nod to the legendary artist.