Last night, A-list celebrities, supermodels, and more stepped out in the South of France for amfAR’s 23rd annual Cinema Against AIDS gala. The star-studded fete was, as it always is, an evening brimming with glamour. And while the gala, which was held at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Rock, was a proven philanthropic success (WWD reported that the event raised more than $25 million for AIDS research) we can’t help but discuss the fashion element of the Cannes affair—after all, it is historically one of the best-dressed parties of the year.
Since 2012, CR Fashion Book editor and all-around fashion icon Carine Roitfeld has staged a fashion show during the event. This year, the theme was “The Disco Collection.” But, aside from the supers like Jourdan Dunn, Doutzen Kroes, Natasha Poly, and Isabeli Fontana, who danced down the runway in designer, Studio 54-inspired ensembles, and Katy Perry, who performed in a gilded fringe cape, mirrored mini dress, and metalic thigh-high Gianvito Rossi boots, there wasn’t much ‘70s style seen on guests.