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Jourdan Dunn, Natasha Poly and Elsa Hosk stun as they step out during Cannes Film Festival


Jourdan Dunn, Natasha Poly and Elsa Hosk showed off their sensational senses of style as they stepped out of their hotels during Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday.

Jourdan, 31, kept it casual in wide leg red trousers and a black T-shirt, which she wore underneath a sporty-style rouge and black jacket from fashion house Loewe.

The British model carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton bag and shielded her eyes from the sunshine with a rectangular pair of reflective sunglasses.

Jourdan wore her dark tresses loosely across her shoulders and showed off her fresh-faced beauty as she left the Majestic hotel.

Elsewhere, Natasha, 36, flaunted her incredible physique in high-waisted tan trousers and a barely-there brown halter neck top as she left the Martinez hotel for a daytime outing.

The Russian supermodel gave herself a few extra inches in a pair of pointed black stilettos as she showed off her catwalk credentials and struck a pose outside the lavish hotel.

She covered her eyes with a pair of round tan sunglasses and wore her platinum locks in a straight fashion, loosely cascading across her shoulders.

Chic: Jourdan, 31, kept it casual in wide leg red trousers and a black T-shirt, which she wore underneath a sporty-style rouge and black jacket from fashion house Loewe

Chic: Jourdan, 31, kept it casual in wide leg red trousers and a black T-shirt, which she wore underneath a sporty-style rouge and black jacket from fashion house Loewe

Looking good: The British model carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton bag and shielded her eyes from the sunshine with a rectangular pair of reflective sunglasses

Bombshell: Jourdan wore her dark tresses loosely across her shoulders and showed off her fresh-faced beauty as she left the Majestic hotel

Looking good: The British model carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton bag and shielded her eyes from the sunshine with a rectangular pair of reflective sunglasses

And Elsa, 33, did not shy away from putting on a vibrant display as she left the Majestic hotel in a figure-hugging vibrant blue patterned maxi dress.

The Swedish model completed her summery ensemble with a pair of brown sandals and slung a teal handbag across one shoulder.

She accentuated her natural good looks with a bronzed dusting of make-up and styled her blonde tresses in an up-do, letting two strands of hair loosely frame her face. 

Maggie Gyllenhaal also looked smart in a mustard skirt and a white shirt, which she wore under a grey jacket, as she was seen out-and-about in Cannes on Tuesday.

Amazing: Elsewhere, Natasha, 36, flaunted her incredible physique in high-waisted tan trousers and a barely-there brown halter neck top as she left the Martinez hotel for a daytime outing

Colourful: Elsa, 33, did not shy away from putting on a vibrant display as she left the Majestic hotel in a figure-hugging vibrant blue patterned maxi dress

Amazing: Elsewhere, Natasha, 36, flaunted her incredible physique in high-waisted tan trousers and a barely-there brown halter neck top while Elsa, 33, did not shy away from putting on a vibrant display

Beauty: She covered her eyes with a pair of round tan sunglasses and wore her platinum locks in a straight fashion, loosely cascading across her shoulders

Beauty: She covered her eyes with a pair of round tan sunglasses and wore her platinum locks in a straight fashion, loosely cascading across her shoulders

The actress, 44, clutched a Christian Dior bag in one hand and slung a black handbag over one shoulder, while she wore a pair of black sunglasses.

And French actor Vincent Cassel and his model wife Tina Kunakey were seen having a relaxed morning as they stepped out on their balcony at the Martinez hotel.

Vincent cut a casual figure in beige trousers and a white jacket while Tina sported blue jeans and a green and yellow top as she took a phone call on the balcony.

After Cannes was entirely cancelled in 2020 and held under strict health protocols in 2021, the red carpet returned in all its glamour on last week for the Opening Ceremony.

Elegant: Maggie Gyllenhaal also looked smart in a mustard skirt and a white shirt, which she wore under a grey jacket, as she was seen out-and-about in Cannes on Tuesday

Elegant: Maggie Gyllenhaal also looked smart in a mustard skirt and a white shirt, which she wore under a grey jacket, as she was seen out-and-about in Cannes on Tuesday

Accessories: The actress, 44, clutched a Christian Dior bag in one hand and slung a black handbag over one shoulder, while she wore a pair of black sunglasses

Summery: She sported a pair of black sliders and styled her brunette locks in a choppy bob

Accessories: The actress, 44, clutched a Christian Dior bag in one hand and slung a black handbag over one shoulder, while she wore a pair of black sunglasses

The film chosen to open the festival was Final Cut, a comedy love letter to filmmaking and Z-list zombie movies from the team behind the award-winning The Artist.

In total, some 35,000 film professionals are expected to attend the festival between May 17 and 28, hoping for a return to form for cinema’s most glamorous event after two years when it was hampered by Covid-19 restrictions. 

There’s a lot of excitement around the Elvis Presley biopic from Australia’s Baz Luhrmann, hoping to recreate the buzz he generated when he brought the can-can to Cannes with Moulin Rouge! 20 years ago.

Elvis, playing out of competition, sees newcomer Austin Butler stepping into The King’s blue suede shoes. Tom Hanks plays his infamous manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

Relaxing: Vincent cut a casual figure in beige trousers and a white jacket while Tina sported blue jeans and a green and yellow top as she took a phone call on the balcony

Couple: French actor Vincent Cassel and his model wife Tina Kunakey were seen having a relaxed morning as they stepped out on their balcony at the Martinez hotel

Couple: French actor Vincent Cassel and his model wife Tina Kunakey were seen having a relaxed morning as they stepped out on their balcony at the Martinez hotel

There are 21 films in the race for the Palme d’Or, including the latest body-horror fable from David Cronenberg, Crimes of the Future, starring Lea Seydoux and Kristen Stewart.

But several audience members walked out of the screening of Crimes of the Future on Monday night due to the film’s graphic scenes.

The David Cronenberg-directed movie – which stars Kristen Stewart and Lea Seydoux – showed ‘grotesque’ scenes of child autopsies, bloody intestines, body mutations and open wounds being licked. 

At the end however the film was given a seven-minute standing ovation from remaining audience members, suggesting it could be polarizing among viewers.

Oh no: Several audience members walked out of the screening of Crimes of the Future - starring Kristen Stewart and Lea Seydoux (pictured at premiere) - during Cannes Film Festival on Monday night due to the film's graphic scenes

Oh no: Several audience members walked out of the screening of Crimes of the Future – starring Kristen Stewart and Lea Seydoux (pictured at premiere) – during Cannes Film Festival on Monday night due to the film’s graphic scenes

Director David warned in a previous interview: ‘There are some very strong scenes. I mean, I’m sure that we will have walkouts within the first five minutes of the movie. I’m sure of that. 

‘Some people who have seen the film have said that they think the last 20 minutes will be very hard on people, and that there’ll be a lot of walkouts. Some guy said that he almost had a panic attack.’ 

New York Times journalist Kyle Buchanan tweeted from the theatre that she counted 15 people who walked out of the cinema during the screening.

Set in the near future, the film stars Viggo Mortensen and Léa as a performance artist couple who grow and remove new organs on stage in front of a live audience.

Kristen Stewart plays an investigator with the National Organ Registry, who is looking into Accelerated Evolution Syndrome, the disease that allows them to carry out their performance. 

Odd: The David Cronenberg-directed movie showed 'grotesque' scenes of child autopsies, bloody intestines, body mutations and open wounds being licked

Odd: The David Cronenberg-directed movie showed ‘grotesque’ scenes of child autopsies, bloody intestines, body mutations and open wounds being licked

The film includes a gory child autopsy scene, shots of bloody intestines and characters who orgasm by licking each other’s open wounds.

The official synopsis reads: ‘As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations.

‘Accompanied by his partner, celebrity performance artist Saul Tenser showcases the metamorphosis of his organs. Meanwhile, a mysterious group tries to use Saul’s notoriety to shed light on the next phase of human evolution.’

Crimes Of The Future marks Canadian auteur David’s long-awaited return to body horror, and he shot the entire film in Greece. 

It is competing for the Palme d’Or in this year, making it one of five films there with a significant Greek interest.

Stars: David Cronenberg, Viggo Mortensen and Kristen Stewart are pictured at Monday night's premiere together

Stars: David Cronenberg, Viggo Mortensen and Kristen Stewart are pictured at Monday night’s premiere together 

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