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Ever Worn a Train?

July 19, 2021 08:42 IST

These celebs took their Cannes red carpet appearance to the next level with breathtaking gowns.

It was the dazzling trains that attracted the most attention.

IMAGE: German model Ann-Sophie Thieme's gown has become the look that every fashionista would dream of wearing on the red carpet.
The dreamy blue silhouette was tailored to resemble a butterfly and featured a shaded train.
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IMAGE: Trains don't always need to be fussy.
They can be simple and exquisite like Bella Hadid's floor-sweeping black train.
The model gave vintage fashion its moment with this Jean Paul Gaultier dress inspired from the designer's spring/summer 2002 dress.
The tasseled train matched the tulle underlay and added some drama on the red carpet.
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IMAGE: Model and influencer Marta Lozano looked spectacular in red trousers and an off-the-shoulder bodice worn with a five-metre skirt.
Dressed by Spanish designer Lorenzo Caprile, she gave fans a cue on how to rock a jumpsuit with a glorious train.
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IMAGE: Lifestyle influencer Polina Pushkareva dazzled in a silver gown.
Looking like a walking piece of art, she finished off the look with a structured train and won fashion.
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IMAGE: Delicate yet dramatic, this dress in a vibrant shade of purple has such an elegant feel to it.
The never-ending train accentuates the look that's bold and sexy.
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IMAGE: When a cape doubles up as a train!
Actress and producer Zita Vass flaunts her intricately embroidered flowing cape as she walks the Cannes red carpet.
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IMAGE: Actress and writer Fancy Alexandersson found a wonderful way to style her taffeta coat.
Wearing it over a diamond bodysuit, she let the voluminous jacket slip off her shoulder to resemble a cape.
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IMAGE: Whoever said that one cannot wear a train with a short dress was proved wrong by Designer Angelina Kali.
She matched her see-through lace dress with sweeping train embellished with floral motifs.
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IMAGE: Swimwear Designer Kimberley Garner's high cut gown had chiffon pleats in lavender and cream that flared out into a daring train of sorts.
The billowing chiffon silhouette featured a plunging neckline and high slits.
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