We're dead because Deepika Padukone wore red. On Thursday, the actress wore a Louis Vuitton scarlet gown to a screening of the film Armageddon Time at the Cannes Film Festival. A Cartier necklace was worn with the dress, which was cut low in the front and featured a peplum at the waist and a train at the rear. Deepika kept her hair and makeup simple, which will no sure satisfy the Internet following her polarising mega-eyeliner look from her previous red carpet appearance, which she wore with a Sabyasachi saree. Twinning on the red carpet can be tricky, but Deepika Padukone makes it look simple - how to wear red on a red carpet 101.
On the Cannes red carpet, Deepika Padukone
Deepika was a jury member at the Cannes Film Festival this year and posed with the president of the panel, actor Vincent Lindon.
Vincent Lindon and Deepika Padukone on the Cannes red carpet
Deepika shared a sneak peek of her ensemble on her Instagram Stories before hitting the red carpet, posting photographs taken against the azure sky and turquoise sea of the French Riviera.
Red dress, blue sea and stunning Deepika Padukone – what's not to love?
Deepika's red dress isn't her first or final Louis Vuitton ensemble at Cannes; she's now a "House Ambassador" for the fashion house and wore this shift dress to a luncheon for the jury that before the festival's formal launch.
Deepika Padukone's first red carpet appearance was a dramatic Sabyasachi saree, which was nearly overshadowed by equally dramatic eye makeup.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Pooja Hegde, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Hina Khan are among the Indians attending Cannes, in addition to Deepika Padukone.