As if being on the French Riviera for the Cannes Film Festival isn’t glamorous enough, actor Diana Silvers attended Vanity Fair and Prada’s exclusive party over the weekend at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes—the first time the event has been held since 2019. 

Silvers donned a full Prada look for the party, wearing a slate-colored wool canvas dress with black organza and ostrich feather embroidery detail, paired with white spazzolato leather kitten heels. She carried a black Prada Re-Edition 1995 brushed-leather mini handbag, and wore earrings, a ring, and bangle bracelets from the Eternal Gold collection for added sparkle.

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Her sartorial choices, she tells Vanity Fair, were inspired by the festival itself: “There’s something timeless yet futuristic about the A-line shape,” she says of her dress. “It felt like the perfect representation of what Cannes is—rich with history and tradition while simultaneously being a stage for fresh voices and emerging filmmakers.” 

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She mixed classic Prada designs and silhouettes with upcoming releases from the designer, calling out the “flower-like feathering on the trim of the dress” as a favorite feature, and gushing, “And the shoes! A classic shape, with this delicate yet geometric detail on the toe box. And so comfortable. Will definitely be getting myself a pair once they’re out.” 

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While she gets ready, she says, she has to pump music (to prep for the party, bossa nova classic Getz/Gilberto “felt suiting,” she says), and her pre-event rituals include brushing her teeth and snapping a self-portrait. Such powerful looks, of course, must be captured. 

As for her personal style icons, Silvers threw out a mix: Lauren Hutton, Rihanna and A$AP Rocky, Chloe Sevigny, and her sister Sarah all made the list, but really, anyone is eligible. 

“Honestly, I appreciate anyone who is confident, wears whatever they want, and owns it,” she says.

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