Bella Hadid walked the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival in a vintage 1987 Versace dress.

Bella Hadid (25) appeared in a very special dress for the screening of the film “L’Innocent” at the Cannes Film Festival. The model wore a black Versace gown from 1987. The off-the-shoulder vintage piece was trimmed with a voluminous peplum. A huge bow decorated the model’s back. The 35-year-old dress was originally designed by Gianni Versace (1946-1997) for the production of the opera ‘Salome’ at the Teatro alla Scala.

The 25-year-old combined black velvet stilettos, which were also decorated with a bow, with the dress from the Italian fashion label. In addition to her elegant bun, Hadid wore Chopard earrings and a dazzling ring. Her eyes were accentuated by a bold eyeliner, while her lips shone in nude.

Donatella Versace is proud of Hadid

On Instagram, Hadid thanked her with a selection of pictures showing behind the scenes of her performance in Cannes. Captioning the black and white snaps, she wrote: “I’m honored to wear a 1987 @versace dress designed by Gianni herself.” Also, the model hopes she can always make Gianni Versace, the founder of the luxury brand, proud. His sister and chief designer, Donatella Versace (67), then commented on the post: “My beautiful Bella, you are a goddess and you always make me proud.”