Amaia Salamanca brought Hollywood splendor to the Cannes red carpet on the festival’s fourth night. He has done it with a style inspired by the great divas of the Seventh Art, signed by Atelier Pronovius and created by Antonia Peirce. This is the first time we see the actress at this prestigious film festival on the French Riviera and she has done so by keeping the glamor bar on top and betting on Spanish fashion.
The dress is made in two different qualities and colors: the skirt in Italian crepe in intense black, and the bodice in red silk Mikado. The gorgeous skirt is made of a mermaid cut, very tight to the body, with an opening on the left side and a stunning train of 2 m and 40 cm long. The bodice is strapless, tailored with an inner corset for an impeccable fit, and embellished with organic draping that gives life to the asymmetrical sleeves and wrap around neckline. Dramatic satin opera gloves complete the fabulous look in true Rita Hayworth style. The creation of this dress required approximately 60 hours of sewing and 30 more hours for modelling, developed at the artisan atelier the firm has at its headquarters in Barcelona.
The jewelry chosen by Amaia Salamanca matches the design that has made her one of the most sophisticated on the red carpet. The protagonist of Bienvenidos al edén chose vintage high jewelry pieces courtesy of Del Páramo Vintage, featuring white gold settings and pavé brilliant-cut diamonds. They are ‘petal’ earrings of Italian origin that date from the 1980s and were made with over 14 carats of diamonds.
Her Cannes debut has been memorable, but the truth is that the actress has gotten us used to being the queen of the red carpet. During her nearly 17-year career, she has stood out time and again for her beauty and exquisite taste when it comes to shifting trends at photocalls.
Amaia, 37, is one of the most popular faces in film and television in Spain. She became famous for her role as Catalina in Sin Tetas No Hay Paraíso and did not stop accumulating major roles in productions such as the Gran Hotel series or the film Brain Drain. Motherhood was a turning point in her career. “Those are the streaks, I was almost two years without work and you have to know how to assimilate each phase. You feel that you are changing the generation, that the public forgets about you,” he Said Hello! Once the fear is overcome and the most difficult steps come back. Now he is experiencing a moment of commercial success with Bienvenidos al Eden, which has premiered its second season, while at the same time enjoying family life.