Tilda Swinton displays quirky style with blonde quiff in Cannes
Tilda Swinton, 60, showcases her quirky sense of style in an oversized shirt and trousers to attend the closing night of the Cannes Film Festival
She’s known for her quirky sense of style.
And Tilda Swinton, 60, didn’t disappoint on the red carpet for the star-studded screening of OSS 117: From Africa With Love at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday afternoon.
The Scottish actress had her strawberry blonde hair whipped into a statement quiff for the event, which took place on the closing evening of the star-studded festival.
Style queen: Tilda Swinton, 60, showcased her quirky style on the red carpet for the OSS 117: From Africa With Love screening at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday
The star opted for a white shirt with a dove painted in black on the front, perhaps to symbolise peace.
Gold buttons could be seen down the front of her shirt to fasten the garment together, complementing the colour of her hair.
She wore a pair of smart black trousers, ensuring she dressed to impress for the screening.
Peace: The star opted for a white shirt with a dove painted on the front as she arrived with actor Juan Pablo Urrego, 35 (left), and film director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 51 (right)
The baggy trousers were slightly flared at the foot, reaching right down to the ground so her footwear was not visible.
Tilda posed on the red carpet with Columbian actor Juan Pablo Urrego, 35, and Thai film director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 51, and stood hand-in-hand with the pair as they were pictured.
OSS 117: From Africa With Love is the third film in the OSS 117 franchise, French parodic spy adventures starring The Artist’s Jean Dujardin in the lead role of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath.
Perfect match: The buttons of Tilda’s shirt matched the golden hue of her strawberry blonde hair as she stood under the bright lights on the red carpet
The third film is set in 1981, 14 years after the events of the second film Lost In Rio, and finds OSS 117 on a mission to Kenya where he teams up with young spy OSS 1001, played by Pierre Niney.
2006’s OSS 117: Cairo, Nest Of Spies and Lost In Rio were both directed by Michel Hazanavicius, who first worked with Dujardin in The Artist which earned both of them Academy Awards.
The third film is instead directed by Nicolas Bedos, whose 2019 film La Belle Époque earned him a nomination for Best Director at the César Awards.
Espionage: OSS 117: From Africa With Love is the third film in the OSS 117 franchise, French parodic spy adventures starring The Artist’s Jean Dujardin (pictured) in the lead role of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath
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