Bella Hadid Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction at Cannes Opening Gala 2017

A view of the palais du festival at the 70th international film festival Cannes southern France Monday

Supermodel Bella Hadid has suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the Cannes Film Festival, two years in a row.

Wearing her brunette tresses in a messy plait, the 25-year-old let her risqué outfit do all the talking as she posed with designer Peter Dundas.

Emily Ratajkowski partied with Bella Hadid and Hailey Baldwin on-board a yacht after attending the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival.

Her dress also featured an exaggerated sweetheart neckline and corseted bodice, but the boning wasn't enough to keep Bella's cleavage under control, and the model also had to stop and re-adjust the bodice of her gown at one point in order to avoid another exposure.

Emily shocked us all when she showed up on the carpet with bangs, but she pulled them off to perfection. Although she bared a little less flesh this year, she still managed to turn heads when she hit the red carpet on the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival. "It's not about the status quo of being on the red carpet". Accessorised with minimal jewellery and tie-up heels, Deepika wore her hair in a ponytail and looked uber-stylish.

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Asked what advice she would give her Bollywood costar, Sonam Kapoor replied: "I don't think I should give any advice to someone who has already walked several global red carpets".

Evidently in high spirits, Elle beamed as she greeted fellow guests on the night, among them Hollywood veteran Susan Sarandon.

Neerja actress Sonam Kapoor, who launched her fashion brand Rheson, with her sister Rhea Kapoor recently, thinks Deepika Padukone, who is debuting at Cannes 2017, doesn't need any advice from her.

Dressed in a black tuxedo, the movie star rocked on the red carpet with style and charisma as he regaled the photographers and the watching fans.

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