3 Times German Influencer Leonie Hanne Chose Arab Designers for Her Cannes Looks

Farah Fala


3 Times German Influencer Leonie Hanne Chose Arab Designers for Her Cannes Looks

Cannes’ red carpet is one of the most glamorous annual cinema and fashion events. This year, German influencer and fashion model Leonie Hanne took dazzles on the red carpet with her stylish outfits. For three of her entrance looks at Cannes Film Festival, she chose gowns from Arab designers’ collections. Lebanese fashion designers, particularly, like Tony Ward, Rami Kadi, and Georges Hobeika were among her favorite choices. Keep scrolling to discover how her three appearances featured royalty and elegance.


The Gold Sequined Gown

For this look, Leonie chose a gold sequined dress from Georges Hobeika’s Spring/Summer 2021 Couture collection. The gown made from tulle plisse was designed with a silhouette that perfectly sculpts the body. The German social media entrepreneur also accessorized her outfit with gold-colored earrings from the Italian fine jewelry brand Pomellato, and she opted for a ponytail hairstyle.




The Rose-gold Fringed Dress

For attending the premiere of “Les Intranquilles”, Leonie Hanne chose a stylish gown from the talented Lebanese designer Rami Kadi’s couture collection. The dress, which featured a feathered bustier and fringed sequined skirt, shook the red carpet as the 32-year-old German beauty posed for photographers. She also styled up the look with earrings from the luxurious Italian brand Pomellato, but this time with a wavy ponytail hairstyle leaving some locks loose. Sure, her high heels from Rene Caovilla competed the look and added a stylish vibe.



The Holographic Pleated Dress

This look is one of our favorites. For this appearance in the 74th edition of Cannes Film Festival, Leonie Hanne opted for a dress from the Lebanese-Italian designer Tony Ward’s collection. The holographic maxi gown featured a pleated fabric with a one-shoulder style embellished with crystals at the neckline. As for her hairstyle, she kept it straight and simple to shift all the focus to her dress.