Kendall Jenner wore a leg-baring Giambattista Valli Couture gown to the premiere of 120 Beats Per Minute at the Cannes Film Festival.

KENDALL JENNER IN GIAMBATTISTA VALLI COUTURE

The dress was white with leafy floral accents, and a long trail that blew in the wind a la Marilyn Monroe. She accessorized with plenty of diamonds, as well as gold stilettos.

The confusion came with her decision to include sheer pop socks under her shoes. Many are calling it a faux pas, while others are applauding her unique style. Jenner has always been one to do her own thing in regard to fashion, like her trend of going braless.

swipe ??, cuz my dress was WORKING

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Jenner later attended the Vanity Fair and Chopard afterparty in a structured black dress and huge pearl earrings. She posed with guests with a tall top knot.

120 Beats Per Minute emerged as a top potential Palme d’Or winner after its premiere. The AIDS drama by French-Moroccan filmmaker Robin Campillo is gaining rave reviews from critics. “Campillo’s Cannes competition film gracefully, sharply humanizes a historical tragedy,” writes Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair. “[The] deeply effective 120 Beats Per Minute is half sober and surveying docudrama, half wrenching personal illness narrative. Those two genres are fused together with an arresting artfulness, woozy and dreamy interludes mixing with the talky technical stuff to create a film that is broadly enlightening and piercingly intimate. It’s no wonder many are putting the film on the short list for the Palme d’Or… it’s a vital contribution to queer and political cinema, a testament to crusaders of recent history whose nobility does not preclude their complicated and individual humanity.”