Kendall Jenner is known for her stellar takes on red carpet fashion — especially when it comes to Cannes Film Festival. From the sheer dresses that get everyone talking to the puffball-esque tulle numbers she’s become known for, the model knows a thing or two about turning heads on the carpet.
Appearing at the 2019 festival overnight, Jenner proved (again) she’s the queen of the puff. Donning a Giambattista Valli pink tulle dress, Jenner looked like a real life princess, and with the addition of a removable train, could go from day to night in no time.
But while most of Giambattista Valli’s famously extravagant tulle dresses are priced upwards of six figures, this one is a steal. Announcing the designer’s collaboration with H&M via Jenner’s outfit, fans of the dress will be happy to know it’s actually going to be available to buy — for less than $600.
While no Australian prices on the dress have been released, it’s expected to retail for US$399, or AU$570 — about $99,430 less than what you might otherwise pay.
The H&M collaboration will launch on November 7 and will feature nine pieces from Giambattista Valli’s cache, and by the looks of the first look video (above) there’s a LOT of good in there. From flouncy dresses to tulle ballgowns, Valli has crafted a capsule of his best shapes — all for a fraction of the price. But the best part? A pre-drop of the collection is launching in select stores and online this weekend, May 25.
So while most of Jenner’s red carpet dresses are out of reach, this one is surprisingly affordable. When should we start lining up?