Lori Harvey demonstrated true opulence on day eight of the Cannes Film Festival. While attending the “Asteroid City” premiere on May 23, Harvey floated down the red carpet in a plunging, backless dress by Peter Dundas. “Glamour, Class , sex appeal , and velvet,” stylist Elly Karamoh, captioned photos of Harvey at the event. “The princess has arrived in Cannes , for the premiere of Asteroid City.”
The Dundas dress, sourced from the designer’s D24 collection, featured a backless design with a draped scoop neckline that plunged past the model’s midriff. The sheer fabric was cut with a moss-green velvet motif painted in stripes across the bodice, waist, and hem. Harvey styled the outfit with Messika jewelry, including diamond earrings, a drop necklace, and multiple silver rings.
Harvey’s hairstylist, Danielle Priano, assisted by Simon Blay, gave the luxurious look a 1920s-inspired twist with a low bun and slicked-back waves that created the illusion of a flapper-era Elton crop hairstyle. Makeup artist Patrick Ta, assisted by Nora Kourkis, completed the ensemble with bold mascara, rosy cheeks, and a glistening neutral lip.
Just days earlier, Harvey showed her style range in a white cutout maxi dress from Aya Muse at Revolve Festival in Indio, CA. The futuristic design featured a high leg slit and cutouts across her chest and midriff. She styled the outfit with a delicate belly chain and black accessories, including a pair of skinny sunglasses. On May 14, Harvey also celebrated Mother’s Day in a look that merged sultry with sophisticated: a vintage silk halter gown from the Versace vault.
Ahead, see Harvey’s incredible Dundas dress from all angles and see more of our favorite Cannes red carpet moments here.